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Strategic Performance Management System and Corporate Sustainability Concept - Specific Parametres in Slovak Enterprises

Rajnoha Rastislav, Lesníková Petra

Keywords:
business performance, strategic performance measurement system, specific factors, corporate sustainability concept

Abstract
Nowadays, a well-performing enterprise can be considered the one that is able to use many opportunities, to adapt to continual changes in the environment, to achieve better performance. Business performance is often seen as an indicator of the enterprise’s results and effects. In the area of business performance and strategic performance measurement system, many studies have been realized which identify the major factors affecting the performance of the company itself. The paper is focused on the analysis and identification of specific factors in the form of localization, turnover of enterprise and others which may have a potential impact on performance. Current trends are focused not only on the performance, but also the consequences of corporate activities of environment. This leads to better competitiveness of companies. In this context, attention is drawn to the orientation of enterprises on particular dimensions of corporate sustainability concept and factors such as company size or capital structure in relation to its application.

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10.7441/joc.2016.03.07


Rajnoha R., Lesníková P. (2016) Strategic Performance Management System and Corporate Sustainability Concept - Specific Parametres in Slovak Enterprises. Journal of Competitiveness, 8 (3), 107-154 http://doi.org/10.7441/joc.2016.03.07 
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