While many companies are beginning to recover from the global economic crisis, market conditions remain challenging. In this still fragile and volatile environment, effective strategy execution has become the number one priority for senior executives. Strategy execution requires clear communication, measurement, and monitoring of strategy. HBS, in partnership with Guanghua School of Management, jointly offer Driving Corporate Performance—China. You will learn to design, implement, and manage systems that enhance value, even under challenging circumstances.
In this Executive Education program, you will master valuable tools and techniques used by successful organizations to manage cost and performance, particularly in turbulent times. You will return ready to guide your company in implementing strategy, achieving breakthrough performance, managing risk, and sustaining competitive advantage.
By exploring how winning companies use current control systems, you will leverage the Balanced Scorecard concept to implement value-creating strategies, use activity-based costing to measure and manage customer profitability, determine your company's level of risk, and develop data-driven relationships with suppliers and customers.
Developed for senior financial executives in large established companies who are responsible for designing 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.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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