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«Public Administration Issues» Journal,

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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

Alejandra Rodas-Gaiter  1, Pablo Sanabria-Pulido  2
  • 1 Adjunct Researcher, School of Government Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, Cra 1 N18A – 12, 111711 Bogotá, Colombia.
  • 2 A ssociate Professor, School of Government Universidad de los Andes, Colombia,; Affi liate Professor, Public Administration Division – CIDE, Mexico, Cra 1 N18A – 12, 111711 Bogotá, Colombia.

MANAGEMENT, GOAL ALIGNMENT, AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT LEGITIMACY: EVIDENCE FROM THE COLOMBIAN PUBLIC SECTOR

2020. No. 5. P. 81–104 [issue contents]
The performance assessment process of public servants, in countries with civil services still in development, usually appears as a formality, instead of a key input of the strategic management process. This situation reduces its legitimacy perception among key organizational actors, leading to a vicious circle in which performance is neither informative nor binding, nor generates positive incentives towards greater performance. This article quantitatively explores the determinants of legitimacy of the performance assessments among Colombian public officials at the subnational level, using data from a large survey of public servants. The authors find that, although transparency portrays a mixed relationship with legitimacy, the role that the managers play, and the level of individual/organizational assessment alignment, are positive determinants of the levels of legitimacy of the performance management system. 

Citation: Rodas-Gaiter, A. & Sanabria-Pulido, P. (2020). Management, Goal Alignment, and Performance Assessment Legitimacy: Evidence from the Colombian Public Sector. Public Administration Issues, no 5, (Special Issue I, electronic edition), pp. 81–104 (in English).
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