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Strategy Map and Balanced Score Card (BSC) – #64
You want to set up a dashboard to :
- Check the real application of the strategy.
- Help to steer towards the achievement of strategic objectives.
- To clarify the expression of the strategy to each of the interested parties.
- Make the strategy concrete by identifying the Key Factors of its Success (KFs).
- Identify the Key Processes that contribute to the strategy.
- Define the indicators for steering the strategy.
- Build the Balanced Score Card.
- Management teams
- Directors of entities
- Quality / QHSE managers, engineers and technicians.
- In house company version, the construction of the strategy map and the dashboard (BSC) is practised directly from the company’s data (Consult us to determine the duration of the mission).
- In open-company version, training in the construction of the strategy map and the BCS is practiced on a case study.
Validation by the trainer of the ability to apply the concepts and tools taught through situational exercises.
Participant’s file containing the presentations delivered during the training and the exercise materials.
The origins of the Balanced Score Card (BSC).
The strategic map and its construction according to Kaplan’s approach.
The advantages of the BSC and ways of piloting it.
Formalising the elements of the strategic framework.
Building the strategy map.
Links between the internal and external components.
Creating the Balanced Scorecard or BSC.
Implementation strategies in the participants’ companies.
Setting up personal plans for implementing the tools studied.
Pascal QUIBLIER - LE JOINT FRANCAIS
“The work carried out for the construction of the Balanced Score Card (BSC) has enabled the Management Committee of the Saint-Brieuc site to share a clear and realistic vision of the site.
The construction of the “10-year vision”, which may appear to be a theoretical and unrealistic exercise, is for me one of the fundamental contributions of the approach. This vision and a dozen or so strong short-term axes very quickly became a guide for daily actions. This personal and collective commitment constantly refocuses us on the objectives, and makes it more difficult to change course unexpectedly. The very content of the BSC imposes an external consultant who? by constantly refocusing on the method and its strong semantics? imposes a deep and shared reflection.
In addition, the sometimes playful and always very friendly aspect of EURO-SYMBIOSE’s animation keeps the team mobilised throughout this important work.’’
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