Understanding Performance Indicators of Organizational Achievement in Turkish Airline Companies

Dilek Erdoğan, Ergün Kaya

Abstract


The aim of this study is to analyze performance indicators used by airline companies within the framework of a performance and strategic management tool, namely, ’balanced scorecard (BSC)’, and to assess its applicability in the airline business. Designed as a multiple case study by collecting data from primary and secondary sources, the participants of this study are scheduled airline businesses operating in Turkey. The airline companies have been found to use similar performance indicators within the financial, customer-based, internal business process, and learning/growth perspectives of BSC. Airline companies are recommended to use BSC because it allows them to transform their strategies into measurable performance indicators and to assess their performance multi-dimensionally. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v6i4.6355

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