The Connection between Individual Characteristics of Small Enterprise Leader and the Use of Performance Measurement Systems (PMS): A Gabonese Case

Assey Mbang Janvier-James

Abstract


We theorize about Enterprises Performance Measurement systems. 2001 Gabonese Small Enterprises were
surveyed for the analysis. The first aim of this research is to examine how the enterprise leader’s individual
characteristics can impact on Performance Measure Systems. The second aim is to identify the relationship
between performance measure systems and the enterprise management performance. The results of this research
highlight that in the Gabonese context there is a significant connection between self-esteem, locus control and
Performance measure systems. This paper also demonstrates that there is a relationship between Performance Measure Systems and Enterprise Management Performance.

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