Construction sector performance measurement: NZ agriculture sector case study

BRANZ Project LR12087, The Building Research Levy 2018/2019

Richard Ball


Agriculture makes a critical contribution to the New Zealand economy. It has grown, adapted and innovated in response to changes in markets, technology and government policy over many decades. As outlined in this case study, performance management and measurement have been part of this change, historically driven by agricultural science with a strong focus on maximising productivity and product quality, with a more recent focus on other considerations, such as environmental and social impacts. This case study provides the context of the agriculture sector and the role measurement plays.

Read the complete NZ agriculture sector case study.

For more information about this research and a copy of the full report see our Construction Sector Performance Management project page.

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