I see you can go to Harvard Business School and learn about ‘Driving Corporate Performance – Aligning Scorecards, Systems, and Strategy’ [July 13 - 18, 2008]. I come across balanced scorecards in most organizations these days, and of course it’s a good idea to look at the stuff inside the business that actually drives results, rather than just those results themselves. Unfortunately, unless guided by real experts [and sometimes even then], scorecards often feature the same problems that afflict ...Continue Reading → Share
We keep being told that investors value growth in future earnings over short term profits [yes, early], so an article on Corporate Health in an Earnings-Driven Environment is welcome and helpful. It considers the kind of initiatives a company can undertake to balance short- and long-term well-being alike.
It seems that executives worry about global trends [political, economic, social and technological] but mostly don’t act on them because of more important immediate issues, limited resources and skills, ...Continue Reading → Share
I’ve got so much on for the foreseeable future with responding to interest in the book that sounding off about strategy issues generally has fallen off my radar-screen just now. But if you want to start a discussion on things, take a look at the forum – www.strategydynamics.com/forum .Continue Reading → Share