Department of Economics and Management
SIDREA International Workshop
From Theory to Practice:
The Bridge to the next generation of
Performance Management and Measurement
Department of Economics and Management, University of Pavia
November 6th – 7th, 2014
Part of the costs of this [conference/event/seminar] are being
paid by the Italian Society of Accounting Professors (SIDREA)
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Keynote Speakers
David Otley is Emeritus professor of Accounting and Management at the
Lancaster Management School. He is regarded as one of the leading
academics in the area of accounting and management. He has conducted
research in the areas of budgetary control systems, management control
systems and performance management for the past forty years and is
known for his major publications in the leading journals of this field. He
concentrates particularly on the behavioural aspects of control systems
and is noted for his work on the contingency theory of management
accounting. More recently he has developed a framework for the study of
performance management systems which is being widely used both by
researchers and practitioners.
Christoph Reichard is emeritus professor of Public Management and member
of the Potsdam Centre of Policy and Management and of the Institute of Local
Government Studies, all at Potsdam University. His main fields of research include
public management reforms, variants of public service delivery, performance
management, public financial management and public personnel. Recent research
projects deal with the evaluation of national and international trends of public
management reforms, with corporate governance problems of public enterprises,
with the use of financial data for managerial decisions and with education and
training in the German public sector. He published about 260 books and articles.
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Martin Piber is associate professor at the Department of Organization and
Learning and head of the research centre Organization Studies at LeopoldFranzens-Universität in Innsbruck/Austria. He is and has been teaching in several
bachelor, master-, PhD-, and further education programs in Austria, Germany,
Italy, South Africa, Spain, and Sweden. His research and his publications focus
on performance measurement and evaluation, aesthetics and aesthetic
understanding of organizational practices, the relevance of culture and art for
society as well as managing and organizing public organizations with a special
emphasis on the area of the arts and culture, hospitals and universities.
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Keynote Speakers
Iain Watson is Director of Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums (TWAM) since
November 2010 and a member of TWAM’s Senior Management Team since 2001,
following a previous 18 years experience in the cultural and heritage sector. Iain
is a Director of Audio Visual Arts North East, a lay member of Newcastle
University’s Ethics Committee, a member of Durham University’s Museums Board,
a member of the Cultural Heritage Advisory Team at Newcastle University’s
International Centre for Culture and Heritage Studies and a Board Member of the
Great North Run Cultural Programme. He has written and lectured extensively on
museums, learning and heritage and has a strong track record in leading change.
He is a Board member of the Museums Association.
Mike Bewick joined NHS England at its inception having worked in NHS Cumbria
and NHS North as a medical Director since 2007. He brings experience in
assessment of individual doctors performance being a former chair of the RCGP
examination and as vice chair of the postgraduate training board. His current role
includes being the SRO for revalidation, strategic lead for Primary Care and
oversight of Specialised Commissioning and Informatics. He has led the review
process around Children’s Heart Surgery in Leeds, inputting into the new review
of children's cardiac services nationally. He chaired two of the Keogh Reviews in
the North of England, and subsequently led CQC of inspection visits in the initial
phase of this work.
Martin Taylor is Head of Finance at Health Education East of England, which is
responsible for developing and training the healthcare workforce with a £400
(€490) million budget. Martin also chairs the regional Finance Skills Development
Group which provides a range of training for finance and clinical staff. He was
previously Head of Finance at a Strategic Health Authority responsible for a
population of 15 million, and Finance Director at an NHS Trust specialising in care
for people with a learning disability. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Association of
Certified Accountants (FCCA).
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All sessions today in the Reading Room
Thursday 6th November 2014
14.30 – 15.00
Opening Session
Prof. Giorgio Rampa
Head of the Department of Economic and Management
Science, University of Pavia
Prof. Luciano Marchi
Chair of the SIDREA Association
Prof. Roberto Di Pietra
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Management and Governance
Prof. Martin Piber
15.00 – 15.30
Prof. David Otley
15.30 – 16.00
Prof. Christoph Reichard
Performance management in the public and private sector results from an exploratory literature review
Prof. Michela Magliacani
16.00 – 16.30
Paolo Ferri, Luca Zan
Understanding the impacts of public-private partnerships in
heritage conservation: evidences from the archeological site of
16.30 – 17.00
Alessandra Allini, Francesco Dainelli, Francesca Manes
The measurement of cultural value. The Return on Museums
17.00 – 17.30
Sara Trucco, Chiara Demartini
Performance measurement subjectivity, managerial discretion
and satisfaction: an healthcare perspective
Dr. Chiara Demartini
17.30 – 18.00
Dr. Mike Bewick, Deputy Medical Director, NHS
Commissioning for Quality in Primary Care
18.00 – 18.30
Martin Taylor, CFO, Health Education East of England
Financial Management in the NHS
Gala dinner,
Petti Restaurant, Via Porta Damiani 30 – Pavia
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All sessions today in the Reading Room
Friday 7th November 2014
9.00 – 9.30
Prof. Michela Magliacani
Prof. Martin Piber
Investigating the ‘performance’ of art and culture: Counting
beans or understanding qualities?
9.30 – 10.00
Iain Watson
The Tyne and Wear Archives & Museums’ Experience
Prof. Martin Piber
10.00 – 10.30
Alberto Francesconi, Michela Magliacani
Stakeholder engagement, governance accountability and
performance management system: the case of the Tuscan
Mining Geopark
10.30 – 11.00
Luca Bambagiotti Alberti, Giacomo Manetti, Barbara
The quality of annual reporting by Italian
museums: an international comparison
11.00 – 11.30
Dr. Chiara Demartini
11.30 – 12.00
Danila Scarozza, Denita Cepiku Alessandro Hinna, Andrea
Bonomi Savignon
Determinants of performance information use: a comparative
case study analysis
12.00 – 12.30
Francesca Pepe
Governance and Strategic Performance Management in the
Italian Port Authorities context
12.30 – 13.00
Federica Favalli, Andrea Francesconi, Antonello
Zangrandi, Paolo Berta
Physicians’ And Managers’ Approach To Quality. Experience
In Italian Hospitals
Closing session 5