EVENT DESCRIPTION

This is an online session. The material is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, beginning IMMEDIATELY. Once registered, you can access the material at any time. However, you will only have access to the course for thirty days after REGISTRATION. Even though the start and end dates are listed as April 1st and December 31st, those are just placeholder dates - your thirty days begins immediately after REGISTRATION.

THIS SEMINAR DOES NOT END ON DECEMBER 31ST. This seminar starts NOW. This seminar ends thirty days from NOW.

No longer are financial results accepted as the sole source of performance measurement. Developing effective performance measures begins with understanding objectives and values. These factors contribute to the overall success of the organization and help translate strategic vision into specific actions. It is time to make performance measurement more relevant and effective within your organization by learning how to develop and align management performance expectations and results with those of the organization.

In this course, the approaches presented will make performance measurement and improvement more effective and strategically supported from management’s perspective; essentially, understanding the business first will result in measurable differences to your overall financial performance.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Reframing performance expectations
  • Defining strategy and performance
  • Aligning management’s expectations
  • Identifying key strategic objectives
  • Outlining strategic performance drivers
  • Identifying key strategic measures
  • Developing associated key performance indicators

WHO WILL BENEFIT:

This course will benefit anyone responsible for ensuring and managing performance management from a non-financial perspective, especially leaders that come from a background based solely upon financial reporting metrics. This course will benefit those in roles that require managing the performance, change, and risk expectations within their role, departments, and company.