Strategic Management And Measurement Skills Training Course Material$79.00 Instantly available, saving you time and effort. Affordable, saving you money. Flexible, for on-site and virtual presentations. Everything you need, slide decks, manuals and guides. 100% customizable, ready for any situation. Brand as your own, just add your logo. Easy to present, no experience required. Strategic Management And Measurement Skills Training Course Material quantity Add to cart SKU: SMM Category: Management Courses Description Keep audiences engaged with great content Creating a successful strategic management and measurement skills training course is hard. It’s even harder if you need to develop all the content from scratch. Do you want an easier way? Here’s the good news: You use this training course material to present your own training courses. You can even add your logo and brand everything as your own. Sound good? Let’s begin. What you’ll get If you are looking for content to present your own business training course, this is the course material for you. And, you don’t have to be an experienced business trainer to get results like a pro. You’ll will receive: 56-page participant manual. 76 powerpoint slides. Practical exercises. Further reading. Course evaluation form. Action plan. Learning objectives At the end of this training course your participants will be able to: Understand the importance of measurement and management. Identify the critical components for measuring and managing strategy. Explore the role of the strategic measurement and management. Course outline In an effort to provide you with as much value as possible, we’re going to show you how to deliver the key sections of this training course. We’ve divided this training course content into 3 key steps. 1. Introduction to strategic measurement and management People don’t become great at measuring strategic management all on their own. In truth, many people learn these skills on the job from others. You need to build trust with your audience to offer more value to them. To illustrate, your content must go beyond simply “this is strategic management”. And, this content will meet the following two goals: Explore the five tasks of strategic management. Outlines how strategic initiative can influence the performance of the organization. Next, you can use the content to discuss the four primary barriers to implementing a strategy. To illustrate: Visions and strategies that are not actionable. Strategies not linked to departmental, team, and individual goals. Strategies not linked to long and short- term resource allocation. Feedback that is tactical, not strategic. The course content, supported by examples, will link these key aspects together. 2. What we need to guide the business There are many factors that can help guide a business. But, at the end of the day, running a successful company is not just about managing a strategic plan. It’s about measuring that plan so as to ensure success. For best results, use the content provided to examine strategic management and strategic implementation. This will help your audience to appreciate that strategic enterprise management is dependent upon four basic principles: A continuous process. Everyone’s job. Leadership is apparent. Knowledge networks are active. Include industry-specific examples that your audience will relate to. As a heads up, use the content to highlight key success factors (e.g., metrics, how to gather information) that will increase the skills of your audience. 3. Introducing the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) Here’s where it gets even more interesting. In this section of the course, use the content to introduce: The BSC value chain. Perspectives. Cause and effect. Enterprise management. Themes. Cascading. OMTI grids. Strategic measurement and control. 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Implement and execute the strategy. Evaluate and create. What are the four main barriers to implementing a strategy? As a rule of thumb, these are the four main barriers to implementing a strategy. Visions and strategies that are not actionable. Policies not linked to departmental, team and individual goals. Strategies not tied to long and short-term resource allocation. Feedback given is tactical and not strategic. What are the potential sources of barriers to implementing a strategy? Traditionally, if a strategy starts to go wrong, people believe that it is a problem with the plan. However, if a company has a robustly designed policy that is not going well, then the following are potential sources for implementing that strategy. Communication. Understanding. Framework. Ownership. Relevance. Functionality. What are the main characteristics of metrics? Many times, companies unfamiliar with a strategy will find it challenging to identify the characteristics of the metrics they will need to introduce. Parameters need to be: Accurate. Timely. Relevant. Accessible. Complete. How do you create a strategic measurement and management system? When a company has created their strategic plan, they then need to turn their attention to developing a strategic measurement and management system (SMM). The key to practical SMM involves: Establishing the objectives for the strategic measurement and management system. Choosing a leader for the overall project of designing and implementing the system. Defining the measurement architecture at the functional level and corporate level. Building consensus around the objectives by through communication. Defining the strategic measures. Building the implementation plan. Communicating the plan to everyone. Implementing the plan then monitoring its results on an on-going basis and adapting where necessary. 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