Understanding and Implementing the Balanced Scorecard

Overview

The Balanced Scorecard is becoming the globally accepted framework for translating and monitoring strategy. Organisations have creative and inspiring long terms goals but struggle to depict and communicate this effectively to all concerned, thus creating the potential for misaligning corporate, divisional/departmental and individual goals.  This has a direct impact on enterprise performance and the ability to achieve strategic goals. 

The BSC is a framework aimed at creating alignment of strategy at all levels within an organisation, thus ensuring implementation, tracking and reporting is done in a standardised and efficient manner.

The course, therefore, is aimed at providing participants with essential knowledge about strategy, application of the balanced scorecard to depict and track execution and following accepted cascading and alignment principles.  The course also presents on how to manage risk associated with strategy execution and finally discusses the concept of strategy focused organisations and its importance for execution at an enterprise, divisional and individual level.

Target Candidates
The programme is targeted for individuals who wish to develop, translate and operationalise strategy.

Enquiries
Refilwe Mopwe
Tel: +267 3191039
Fax: +267 3191040
Email: refilwe.mpowe@eoh.co.bw
kutlo.galeome@eoh.co.bw

Understanding and Implementing the Balanced Scorecard Course Outline (PDF 61KB)

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