As companies strive to sustain a competitive advantage, they must continue to assess their corporate mission and reset their strategic goals as the global economy evolves. Driving Corporate Performance is designed to help business leaders accurately measure and monitor organizational progress and align front-line employees to the company's strategic objectives. By learning how to motivate and lead a competitive and scalable organization, you will emerge with a strategy map for designing, implementing, and managing systems that create value and drive growth over the long term.
In this HBS Executive Education program, you will master the powerful control systems that successful organizations use to manage cost and performance, particularly in a rebalancing global economy. With a deeper understanding of how to analyze, understand, and communicate business strategy, you will return to your company with the tools to manage operational and strategic risk while driving breakthrough innovation and performance.
Through recent case studies, interactive exercises, and special elective sessions, the program examines how forward-thinking organizations are applying the balanced scorecard to develop strategies that generate value and drive growth. You will learn how to use Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing to determine your company's level of risk, measure and manage customer profitability, and build data-driven relationships with suppliers and customers.
Designed for senior financial executives in large established companies who are responsible for developing and implementing systems to improve enterprise performance, this leadership training program is appropriate for chief financial officers, vice presidents of finance, strategic planning officers, controllers, and others with planning, control, and accounting responsibilities.
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