Advancement of Performance Information & Value, Journal for
Publisher: Performance Based Studies Research Group
Editors: Dean T. Kashiwagi and Kenneth T. Sullivan
Issues per year: 2
Subscription rates: Open access and free online
Performance information is a key contributor to process improvements and the development of the industry by providing quantitative and qualitative impetus. Examples of performance information include: cost and schedule deviations, satisfaction ratings, metrics to quantify risk, environmental factors, and measures of change at the organizational level. The industry can be defined as the built environment, the delivery of services, goods, and information technology.
The value in performance information can be seen in the application of the information to: identify a challenge, improve or refine a process, and initiate change. The value can be perceived at numerous levels and entities within an organization or across a project.