Every organization needs to be constantly aware of the evolving environment in which it operates – whether it is a business, government department, or not-for-profits entity. Every organisation needs to have a strategy that is known across the organisation – and the achievement of which has the personal and professional commitment of every member of staff.
Not every organisation has a clear understanding of the “performance drivers” – forces that are active and can help or hinder – achieving key goals. Some organisations have this insight – but have not been able to communicate and align their people and partners. Balanced Scorecards (BSC) with a well-defined set of KPIs is a proven path to communication and delivery of goals.
If you want your organisation to be one that achieves its objectives – and research tells us that such organisations are much more rewarding places to work – you should consider adopting the proven path to delivering strategic goals.
It is not an easy journey. 90 per cent of organizations do not deliver their strategic objectives. Whether you face the need for strategy transformation, better business and financial decision-making, key performance indicator alignment, merger integration, cross business-unit collaboration, innovation or improvements with customer understanding and relations.
In the course of this 5 day Corporate Performance Practitioner training, we will work in teams to understand the steps along the journey. We will be equipped to design a roadmap and to set expectations in the form of a business case to implement “Strategy Execution”. This is the foundation for a shift in Corporate Performance. During the course, you will have the opportunity to become a Balanced Scorecard and KPI Master. In future, you may gain the practical experience to become a Corporate Performance Master. This training integrates into our framework and complements the Executive overview (in the role of strategy setting and review) for the 1-day Corporate Performance Management “Owner” Masterclass.
Be prepared to share experiences and that there will be some extended working (Homework) to do if you are to get the maximum return on the investment in this training.