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The Scorecard Solution

Author : Dan King
ISBN : 9780814434932
Genre : Business & Economics
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Simply "making the numbers" is no longer enough to remain competitive. In today's high-pressure environment, organizations need to overachieve. That level of success requires a clear and objective view of the business-because even the most courageous leader can't steer a ship in the dark. Is the enterprise Agile? Resilient? Vulnerable? Or Lagging? The Scorecard Solution provides the answer. The book introduces a data-centric tool-the Organizational Prowess Scorecard(TM)-that precisely measures the capabilities needed for sustainable growth. Analyzing the dimensions of talent, strategy, and execution produces a baseline score, and shines a light on the performance gaps that hold a business back. With the facts in hand, readers then learn how to: Position the organization to meet ambitious goals * Bring strategies to life through an execution framework * Design a dashboard to track progress and flag problems * Foster a winning culture * And more Organizations that maintain the status quo will be left in the dust. The Scorecard Solution helps companies chart a course for rapid change-and outperform the competition every time.

Integrating E Business Models For Government Solutions Citizen Centric Service Oriented Methodologies And Processes

Author : Chhabra, Susheel
ISBN : 9781605662411
Genre : Computers
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"The objective of this book is to examine issues and promote research initiatives in the area of effectiveness in e-government by suggesting integrated e-business models for government solutions, through citizen-centric service oriented methodologies and processes"--Provided by publisher.

Balanced Scorecard

Author : Robert S. Kaplan
ISBN : 3791012037
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Balanced Scorecard - das integrierte System, das Finanzkennzahlen mit den wesentlichen Fakten zu Kunden, internen Prozessen und Innovationen verbindet. Die Balanced Scorecard ist das Verbindungsglied zwischen der Unternehmensstrategie und den operativen Aktivitäten und bietet ein hervorragendes System zur Messung und Umsetzung von Strategien. Die Experten zeigen, warum die Balanced Scorecard in jedem Unternehmen effizient eingesetzt werden sollte. Neben dem Aufbau des Systems wird die Integration der Balanced Scorecard in die Planung und Steuerung des Unternehmens erläutert. Zahlreiche Unternehmensbeispiele belegen den Praxiserfolg.

Becoming A Sustainable Organization

Author : Kristina Kohl
ISBN : 9781498700832
Genre : Business & Economics
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Organizations find that a performance gap exists between sustainability vision and benefits realization. Effecting transformational change requires incorporating sustainability into organization’s culture including policies, processes, and people. Although they are often overlooked, project management professionals and HR professionals are valuable organizational resources for driving sustainable transformation. This book lays out a framework to improve sustainability integrations including case studies, lessons learned, best practices, and tools and templates to facilitate transforming into a sustainable organization. Becoming a Sustainable Organization: A Project and Portfolio Management Approach lays out a framework to create organizational value while preserving natural and social capital. The book provides a roadmap for organizations during their sustainability journey by sharing case studies, best practices, and lessons learned, as well as tools and techniques to drive change. This book is an ideal resource for project and portfolio managers, as well as executive managers, in organizations that are embarking on a sustainability journey. It explains how to engage both internal and external stakeholders in order to reframe strategy to drive this transformation. It examines the role human capital management professionals and policies can play in ensuring that employees become fully engaged in sustainability. It also recommends baseline measurements and metrics to help managers ensure sustainability initiatives remain on track. The case studies and interviews in this book include sustainability stories and projects from a variety of organizations in both function and size, including family-owned businesses, higher-education institutions, NGOs, municipal and federal government agencies, and large global organizations. These cases are based on interviews with experienced sustainability and project management professionals who have not just "talked the talk" but also "walked the walk." The voices of these professionals provide invaluable inspiration and guidance to sustainability champions and to program and project managers seeking to move their sustainability portfolio components forward within their organizations.

Balanced Scorecard Schritt F R Schritt

Author : Paul R. Niven
ISBN : 3527500634
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Das Buch bietet eine exzellente Ergänzung zu den beiden Büchern von Kaplan und Norton. Es werden die Details und Prozesse erklärt, welche Projektmanager beachten sollten, wenn sie die Mess- und Managementsysteme für die Balanced Scorecard in ihre Organisation einführen." Aus dem Vorwort von Robert S. Kaplan Balanced Scorecard ist das effektivste und verbreitetste Managementsystem, um auf der Basis von Finanzkennzahlen strategische Entscheidungen zu treffen. Dieses bewährte Kennzahlen-System ermöglicht die Messung der Performance und die Steuerung des Unternehmens. Sehr praxisorientiert und topaktuell wird von Paul Niven diese ausgereifte Methode präsentiert. Der Autor zeigt Schritt für Schritt, wie Balanced Scorecard eingeführt und in das bestehende Managementsystem implementiert wird: Wie erfasse ich ideelle Werte, wie intellektuelles Kapital oder Kundenbeziehungen? Wie verbinde ich aktuelle Finanzzahlen mit zukünftigem Wachstumspotenzial? Und wie nutze ich Balanced Scorecard, um die Unternehmensorganisation neu auszurichten? Einen Schwerpunkt des Buches bildet das Updating, das heißt die kontinuierliche Aktualisierung und Verbesserung der Balanced Scorecard. Da sich Unternehmen und Märkte dynamisch entwickeln, ist diese niemals abgeschlossen. Ständig müssen die Kennzahlen überprüft, die Ziele neu definiert beziehungsweise die Strategie angepasst werden. Das Buch zeigt auch, wie diese Prozesse zur bestmöglichen Nutzung von Balanced Scorecard automatisiert werden können.


Author : Gilbert S. Hedstrom
ISBN : 9781547400423
Genre : Business & Economics
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Sustainability: What It Is and How to Measure It is a succinct business-focused summary of how to think about the risks and opportunities associated with sustainability. The author discusses his proprietary framework, The Corporate Sustainability Scorecard TM C-suite rating system, that has been developed over 20 years and used by more than 50 companies to rate themselves on sustainability. Gilbert S. Hedstrom illustrates the use of the Scorecard with hundreds of examples. He discusses sustainability transformation, governance, and strategy and execution. Social responsibility and environmental stewardship form important parts of his discourse in this important contribution to the debate on sustainability that will benefit business executives and those interested in sustainability and business.

Integrated Talent Management Scorecards

Author : Toni Hodges DeTuncq
ISBN : 9781562868659
Genre : Business & Economics
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The term "integrated talent management" has been in vogue for several years, yet organizations are still trying to understand how to integrate talent management functions to achieve business results. Authors Toni Hodges DeTuncq and Lynn Schmidt, PhD use case studies from 18 top organizations to reveal methods and techniques for designing and implementing talent management initiatives - including workforce planning, talent acquisition, performance management, learning and development, succession management, and engagement and retention - that positively impact the business. Learn how these organizations are using scorecards to demonstrate the value of talent management at the initiative, functional and organizational levels. This book will show you how to: Design and implement talent management initiatives that will benefit the business. Measure and evaluate talent management at the initiative, functional and organizational levels. Create scorecards to show the impact of talent management on business results. Benefit from the best practices of world-class organizations.

The Ownership Solution

Author : Jeffrey R. Gates
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020197633
Genre : Business & Economics
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This "ingenious and compelling look at the power inherent in widespread personal ownership" (Gerald Greenwald, Chairman & CEO, United Airlines) shows how to humanize and localize free enterprise by using ownership as a means for engaging more people in its design.

The Dance Of Change

Author : Peter M. Senge
ISBN : 3854363001
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Auditing The Lessons Architecture

Author : Operations Evaluation Department
ISBN : 9789715616539
Genre : Knowledge management
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In ADB, and most likely in other development agencies, the construction of knowledge is rarely examined and there has been a dire absence of work to find out what helps or hinders the transfer of knowledge through evaluation studies. Auditing the Lessons Architecture brings to light the contribution that knowledge audits can make to organizational learning and organizational health, notwithstanding the psychological and social barriers that organizational culture can throw up. With deserved emphasis on the organizational context for learning, this booklet shows with a real life example how knowledge audits open opportunities in strategy development, management techniques, collaboration mechanisms, knowledge sharing and learning, and knowledge capture and storage. The knowledge audit methodology described in the booklet can support systematic identification and analysis of knowledge needs, products and services, flows, uses, users, and gaps from the perspective of learning lessons, necessary to tie in with the departments audiences.

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