|The Higher Education sector is currently undergoing a period of significant transformation as it continues the transition into a demand-driven commercial environment. In order to thrive, the role of strategy and finance functions are evolving to cope with multiple interdependent forces. Through this complexity, success can be achieved with a clear and focused strategy that considers diverse information and allows decision makers to act with confidence.
Many institutions across the Higher Education Sector are currently overhauling performance management systems in line with new strategic priorities. While sound progress is being made by many, this process can be time-consuming and difficult - with the pursuit of comprehensive, organisation-wide performance impact and benefits-realisation often being elusive. In a dynamic operating environment underlined by competition for resources and market share, significant operational and uncertainty, now more than ever the performance and efficiency gains which a well-developed scorecard and KPI system can bring are a high priority for Higher Education institutions.
This unique workshop is designed to provide a thorough grounding in how scorecards, dashboards and KPIs can be developed, implemented and comprehensively utilised to drive organisational performance. Attendees will benefit from case study examples of how this process has been achieved in a variety of organisations and the interactive work shop format will enable a combination of structured learning and peer-to-peer experience sharing. Be a part of this exciting program and take away the tools and knowledge required to take your scorecard and KPI system to the next level and fast-track the process of realising organisation-wide performance impact.
TRAINING DELIVERY AND PRE-COURSE QUESTIONNAIRE:
This workshop will be delivered using a three tiered approach. The structure of each session is as follows:
1. Technical overview and review of research into the topic area under discussion
2. Practical application of management principles in the review of case studies, worked examples and interactive exercises
3. Discussion of outcomes and implementation issues
Workshop participants will have the opportunity to include comments and questions about issues outlined in the program by way of a pre-course questionnaire. This feedback will enable the course facilitator to adjust content accordingly. The workshop has limited places to allow for customisation, greater interactivity and for individual concerns to be addressed.