The Measurements of Firm Performance’s Dimensions
The main purpose of this study was to review the measurements that are related to the corporate governance. A close look at the literature of corporate governance and firm performance reveals that different measures have been used by the researchers to measure the performance. They classified those measurements into accounting-based and market-based indicators. Performance measurement has great significance in effective management of an organization and in the enhancement of the processes since only measurable things is manageable. Hence, the enhancement of the organizational performance requires some measurements to determine the impact of the level of organizational effectiveness upon business performance. This study can act as a reference to the researchers who are concerned with the firm performance measurements.
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