Making Strategy Happen with the Balanced Scorecard
“Learn how to develop your Strategy Execution Management Framework and enhance performance management capabilities”
This course will introduce you to the basics of the strategy execution world,, helping you to take a first step towards developing your Strategy Map, defining your Balanced Scorecard and providing you with best practices.
Unique Value Proposition:
- Real World Learnings and Extensive Know-How: Learn directly from practitioners who have implemented and developed Balanced Scorecard projects across the world, with many years of experience on their portfolio.
- Live Interaction – Receive Feedback: This is not a static course, you can receive feedback on your work. Develop a first draft of a Strategy Map and BSC, and receive comments on the areas of improvement.
What are the requirements?
- While there are no prerequisites to take this course, a basic understanding of business concepts is required.
- Access to a printer and a scanner (alternative mobile scan app) is a must.
What will you get from this course?
LEARN the foundations for successful Strategy Execution, getting your strategy into action.
KNOW what is the Balanced Scorecard… understand how to go beyond the tools and how to create a comprehensive management system.
LEARN how to build a Strategy Map for your organization.
UNDERSTAND the relevance of sound objectives, KPIs and initiatives to provide clear direction.
RECEIVE over 40 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
Who should take this course?
- Business Owners
- Performance Analysts
- Strategy Managers
- Business School Students
- Middle Managers
- Top Managers and Decision Makers
The Instructor: Roberto Wyszkowski, Partner and Co-founder of ShiftIN
Roberto is an experienced practitioner and lead trainer in the field of Strategy Execution, Strategic Planning and Performance Management. Over the last 15 years, Roberto has trained and coached hundreds of managers in both for profit and non for profit organizations. Being an entrepreneur also reflects on the motivation and inspiration of the receiving end. Before founding ShiftIN, he worked at several consulting firms including Arthur Andersen, Palladium Group, Hitachi and BearingPoint. A Chemical Engineer with MSc in Sweden and postgraduate studies at Northwestern University (Chicago, USA)LESS
|Section: 1: Introduction to the world of Strategy Execution|
|Lecture 1: Overview of Section 1||00:00:33|
|Lecture 2: Definition of Strategy||00:00:34|
|Lecture 3: Who, What and How||00:00:49|
|Lecture 4: Time Horizon||00:00:43|
|Lecture 5: Why do we need to manage Strategy||00:01:04|
|Lecture 6: Key Strategy Management Tools – SWOT||00:01:30|
|Lecture 7: Clarifying the Concept – Car Rental Company Example – Introduction||00:00:30|
|Lecture 8: Clarifying the Concept – Car Rental Company Example – SWOT||00:03:30|
|Lecture 9: Key Strategy Management Tools – Shift Agenda||00:01:04|
|Lecture 10: Clarifying the Concept – Car Rental Company Example – Shift Agenda||00:02:09|
|Quiz 1: How well did you get the concept: Strategy Execution?||00:20:00|
|Section 2: The Strategy Map and Balanced Scorecard|
|Lecture 11: Introduction to the Balanced Scorecard||00:00:51|
|Lecture 12: Main Elements of the Balanced Scorecard||00:00:00|
|Lecture 13: Perspectives||00:01:57|
|Lecture 14: Strategic Themes & Strategy Map Architecture||00:00:00|
|Lecture 15: Objectives||00:01:00|
|Lecture 16: Defining Strategic Objectives at the Financial Perspective (Private Sector)||00:01:22|
|Lecture 17: Defining Strategic Objectives at the Financial (Value) Perspective (Public)||00:02:01|
|Lecture 18: Defining Strategic Objectives at the Customer Perspective (Private)||00:01:34|
|Lecture 19: Defining Strategic Objectives at the Customer / Stakeholder Perspective (Public)||00:01:31|
|Lecture 20: Defining Strategic Objectives at the Internal Processes Perspective||00:01:37|
|Lecture 21: Defining Strategic Objectives at the Learning and Growth / Enablers Perspective||00:02:31|
|Lecture 22: Building a Strategy Map: All perspectives together||FREE||00:02:00|
|Lecture 23: Developing a Strategy Map: Example||00:00:00|
|Quiz 2: How well did you get the concept: The Strategy Map?||00:20:00|
|Section 3: Case Study: Build a Strategy Map and get feedback from your instructor|
|Lecture 24: Case Study: Build a Strategy Map and get detailed feedback||00:00:00|
|Section 4: KPIs Targets and Initiatives|
|Lecture 25: Measures – Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)||00:10:06|
|Lecture 26: Setting Targets||FREE||00:03:55|
|Lecture 27: Target Setting – Best Practices||00:00:00|
|Quiz 3: How well did you get the concept: KPIs and Targets Quiz||00:20:00|
|Lecture 28: Strategic Initiatives: Introduction||00:01:40|
|Lecture 29: Strategic Initiatives: Impact Matrix||00:04:51|
|Lecture 30: Strategic Initiatives: Prioritization and Selection||00:03:46|
|Lecture 31: The Balanced Scorecard Examples||00:00:00|
|Lecture 32: Balanced Scorecard: A simple example||00:09:55|
|Lecture 33: Assessment: Identify different elements||00:00:00|
|Assessment: Identify different elements||UNLIMITED|
|Lecture 34: BSC – Wrap-up||00:02:58|
|Section 5: Case Study: Build a Balanced Scorecard and get feedback from us!|
|Lecture 35: Case Study: Build a Balanced Scorecard||00:00:00|
|Section 6: Strategy Review Meetings|
|Lecture 36: Strategy Review Meetings||00:03:40|
|Section 7: Knowledge Library: Do you want to know more? (Optional)|
|Lecture 37: Strategic Management and Governance||00:00:00|
|Quiz 4: Final Quiz||00:30:00|
|Lecture 38: Linking Strategy and Budget (Advanced Module)||FREE||00:00:00|
|Lecture 39: Linking Human Resources with Strategy (Advanced Module)||00:00:00|
|Lecture 40: Closing – Want to learn more?||00:00:00|