A Managements of Performances ideal type consists of a plurality of loosely connected, or even unconnected management fields. This pure type is qualitatively different from the previous one because the content of the modules and the interaction of the modules are significantly different. A variety of performance measurement practices is part of several different managerial improvement strategies. Feeding these different management functions with a varied span of performance information results in different ways of incorporating this information. This difference in incorporation strategies fits different ways of using this information. As a result, there is a focus on different spans of performance connected to different managements of these performances. Assessing impacts of these performance-based improvement strategies remains at the sub-optimal level of the different management functions, but also it becomes sub-optimal for the organisation as such.