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Performance Measures For Your Business: Aligning Your Organization To Measure What Really Counts
Seminar No: 04530 -XNBB
CEU Credits: 1.2
Length: 2 days


What gets measured gets done!

Go step-by-step through developing an effective, integrated performance planning and measurement system. You'll learn how to apply concepts to every area and function in your company...identify performance targets for any function...and write goals, objectives and action steps that align individual and team performance with company goals.

Attendees:
Department managers, directors, vice presidents and human resources professionals involved in achieving business goals.

How You Will Benefit:

  • Improve performance of every area and function in your company
  • Achieve greater accountability at all levels
  • Improve communication, teamwork and morale
  • Measure functional, as well as process, performance

What You Will Cover:

  • What is performance measurement?
  • Strategic planning: why you should do it
  • The different strategic planning models
  • Linking integrated performance planning to other organizational components
  • Identifying key success factors
  • Balanced scorecard: applying it to different company functions
  • The components of good performance measures
  • Building an accountability matrix

Extended/Detailed Seminar Outline

  • Learning Objectives
    • Know What to Measure and How to Measure It
    • Develop Objective Performance Measures for Every Area and Function in Your Company
    • Achieve Greater Accountability at All Levels
    • Improve Communication, Teamwork, and Morale
    • Measure Functional Performance as Well as Process Performance
    Performance Measurement
    • Define the Differences between Performance Management, Performance Measurement, and Performance Appraisal
    • List Reasons for Developing a Performance Measurement System
    • Describe Performance Measurement Value Chain
    • Review Steps to Alignment in a Performance Management System
    • List Companies Good at Performance Measurement and Why They Excel
    • List Levels of Performance Measures
    Theory of Business
    • The Vision Statement
    • The Mission Statement
    • The Value Statement
    • Why These Statements Permeate Entire Performance Measurement System
    Environment Analysis, SWOT, Mandates, and Strategy
    • Understand Why an Environmental Scan Should Be Done before Determining a Strategy
    • Understand How Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) Fits into Performance Measurement Process
    • Understand How Mandates Affect Strategy and Performance Measures
    • Review Components of Strategy
    • Describe Differences between Three Specific Business Strategies
    • Explain Why Each Strategy Requires a Different Set of Performance Measures
    Balanced Scorecard
    • Describe Basic Characteristics of Key Performance Measures
    • Describe Distinctions between Leading versus Trailing (Lagging) Performance Measures
    • List the Five Performance Categories of a Balanced Scorecard
    Gap Analysis and Activity-Based Business Plan
    • Describe Purpose of Gap Analysis
    • Describe Gap Analysis
    • Describe Differences between Gap Accounting and Value Accounting
    • Describe Basic Approach to an Activity-Based Business Plan
    • Describe Difference between Results-Based and Activity-Based Business Plans
    Business Process and Activity Measures
    • Describe the Basic Approach to Developing a:
      • Process Map
      • Function Chart, and
      • Conduct Activity Analysis
      • Conduct Nominal Group Technique (NGT) to Rapidly Collect Measurement Ideas
    • Explain Why Developing a Process Map of a Performance Measurement Project Will Reduce Long-Term Pain
    Performance Profile
    • Describe Link between the Business Plan and Process Performance Measures
    • Standardize Performance Measures Using a Productivity Quality Index
    • Explain Why Activity-Based Performance Profile Is Superior to Generic or MBO Profile
    Compensation
    • Describe the Latest Research Findings about Merit Pay
    • Describe the Latest Research Findings about Bonus Pay
    • Describe "Manager-as-Compensation-Specialist" View of Human Resource Management
    • Explain Emergence of Activity-Based Compensation
    Implementation Issues
    • Recognize and Decide Implementation Issues
    • Review an Implementation Map
    • Understand Questions to Ask When Evaluating a Consultant
    • Have List of Issues to Think About
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