Balanced Scorecard Institute EMEA offers customized training targeting critical areas of the strategy execution and management process.

In-house customized education programs are typically delivered in ½ day, 1-day and 2-day formats, depending upon the number of attendees involved in the program and the training content material delivered. Not only do in-house education programs address and mitigate travel and expense considerations, they also allow for flexible scheduling and are customizable in content and delivery to meet organizations’ specific needs.

Curriculum for in-house education covers the continum of strategy execution and management from strategy development to governance described by the Balanced Scorecard Institute’s EMEA 10 Steps XSP, highlights best practices, and translates best practices into practical application through case studies and interactive exercises that leverage organization-specific and relevant content.

Balanced Scorecard Institute’s in-house education features adaptations of its 10 strategy execution training seminars, some of which are outlined below;

Balanced Scorecard and Strategy Development

Developing Strategy with the Balanced Scorecard focuses on the first step in the continuum of strategy execution—strategy formation and specifically reviews the history of strategy thought, approaches to strategy making, and details the approach to strategy formation, including mission analysis, external/internal analyses, issue prioritization, setting the strategy, and linking strategy making with execution.

Developing Strategy Maps

Mapping Strategy with the Balanced Scorecard concentrates on how to translate strategy into operational terms; create a strategy map; design a scorecard; identify measures, targets, and initiatives; achieve executive leadership consensus and buy-in; and build on an existing scorecard initiative. This training introduces the potential of the Balanced Scorecard Strategy Map as the foundation of a strategy-focused organization.

Cascading Strategy with the Balanced Scorecard

Cascading Strategy with the Balanced Scorecard addresses the function and importance of organizational alignment in executing strategy; details and explains organizational and individual alignment methods; vertical alignment—cascading, horizontal alignment—between peer business and/or support units; communicating the Balanced Scorecard across the organization; strategic job families; making strategy everyone’s job; and aligning performance management systems—rewards and incentive compensation. Effective cascading creates synergy in an organization where the whole is greater than the sum of it’s parts.

Executing Strategy with the Balanced Scorecard

Executing with the Balanced Scorecard defines strategy management and governance; reviews leadership involvement in the change process; explains how to sustain the Balanced Scorecard process over time via strategy review meetings, reporting, the link between planning and budgeting and strategy, the intersections between process improvement management and strategy and establishing an Office of Strategy Management.

Creating the Strategy Execution Process

Creating Strategy Management Process reviews and details the tools, techniques, and best practices to understand the critical role of the Office of Strategy Management and to design and implement the nine OSM strategy management principles.


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