Reference : Performance measurement in Smart Cities: an introductory report
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Performance measurement in Smart Cities: an introductory report
Lebas, Audrey mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > HEC Liège : UER > UER Management : Sustainable Strategy >]
Crutzen, Nathalie mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > HEC Liège : UER > UER Management : Sustainable Strategy >]
Smart City Institute
[en] smart city ; evaluation ; performance measurement
[en] ong the different debates surrounding Smart Cities, the topic of performance measurement has gained momentum. Several authors (e.g. Giffinger, 2007) and projects (e.g. CityKeys1) have provided frameworks for municipalities to measure and monitor their Smart City performance. While these frameworks are useful and interesting, they often measure the performance of a city with an outside-in approach. This implies that performance is often measured based on pre-defined sets of indicators, which is an asset for comparing territories. In this report, we focus on a more managerial approach – also called an inside-out approach. We aim to guide municipalities to define their own performance
measurement system that will allow them to improve their objectives and processes. Hence, we hereby propose an integrative model that is directly derived from the territory’s specificities. The model is constructed using an inductive approach built upon the existing literature on business performance management, public performance management and Smart City performance measurement & management. Note that, given the complexity of performance measurement, this report is only an introductory document. Therefore, the content is not exhaustive and will be completed in future publications from the Smart City Institute.
Smart City Institute
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