Corporate Performance Management Best Practices

A Case Study Approach to Accelerating CPM Results

Author: Bob Paladino

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 354

Business improvement best practices and a proven methodology for improving corporate performance management, illustrated through a high performing program including numerous team case studies Corporate performance management consists of a set of processes that help organizations optimize their business performance. It provides a framework for organizing, automating and analyzing business methodologies, metrics, processes and systems that drive business performance. Corporate Performance Management Best Practices will help your organization benchmark itself against the best. Written by the winner of three globally accepted performance management awards Focuses on a single case study chronicling a health care system's corporate performance management journey Explores how the use of corporate performance management methods has created significant and broad based improvements in patient satisfaction scores, medical outcomes, people development, and corporate shared services and clinical processes Revealing practical techniques that can be adopted at all levels of an organization, from facilities manager to HR manager to CFO to CEO, Corporate Performance Management Best Practices provides a proven implementation model that accelerates breakthrough results.

Innovative Corporate Performance Management

Five Key Principles to Accelerate Results

Author: Bob Paladino

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 416

View: 755

Award-winning strategies to drive game changing meaningful results during the most challenging economy in decades Drawing from executive and thought leader Bob Paladino's research and advisory experiences and collaboration with award-winning and high-performing organizations, this sequel his global best seller Innovative Corporate Performance Management: Five Key Principles to Accelerate Results provides a clear road map for executing enterprise strategy. Reveals a proven implementation model that has accelerated breakthrough results Shares over 40 new, innovative best practices common to Malcolm Baldrige, Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame, Sterling quality, Fortune 100 Best, APQC, and Forbes award winners Provides a CPM Process Blueprint and diagnostic to score your organization and establish a plan for your award winning performance Offers a fresh approach to integrating proven methodologies proven by case companies that have been awarded over 100 awards Includes key process maps, strategic planning frameworks, strategy maps, customer and competitor intelligence methods, balanced scorecards, comparative tables, project plans, testimonials, charts, graphs, and screen shots of CPM, CRM, BSC and KM systems All-new case studies and best practice research are included from world-renowned enterprises as well as insights from executives who have won the most globally recognized awards in business.

Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management

Author: Bob Paladino

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

View: 602

In Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management, Bob Paladino shares his decades of experience to provide proven, real-world implementation insights from globally recognized and award-winning organizations. You’ll discover what today’s Fortune 100 companies are doing right, and how to implement their enterprise techniques and strategies within your own organization to maximize success.

Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management

Radically Rethinking Management for a Volatile World

Author: David A. J. Axson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 356

View: 150

A practical framework for effectively managing performance in today's complex, competitive and risky global markets The Third Edition provides a complete framework for building best practice management processes for today's complex and uncertain world. Fully updated to reflect the events of the global economic crisis, this book provides further practical examples of companies that are successfully using the practices identified. Updated for the implications of the global economic crisis on management practices Completely rewritten section on "What it Takes To Be An Effective Manager In An Uncertain World Added examples and mini case studies throughout the book from companies such as Qualcomm, IBM, Dominos, Target, Toshiba and Facebook Establishes new benchmarks for performance management process and practice Fully updated to include recent events, new learnings, technologies and emerging best practices This book includes serious rethinking of the way companies plan and manage performance-from the role of accounting to the skills needed to be an effective manager-including new technologies, techniques and real time management processes.

Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management

From Data to Decisions

Author: David A. J. Axson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 603

Praise for Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management "Having worked closely with David Axson, I have seen his strategic brilliance firsthand. The integrated approach he takes in practice synthesizes external dynamics, business process, planning, systems, and management for effective execution. Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management, Second Edition brings his keen insight to life, presenting a comprehensive approach to managing business dynamics in comprehensible language. This should be required reading for anyone engaged in the management of a complex business." —Greg Horn CEO, Garden of Life; former CEO, General Nutrition Centers "Once again, David Axson has delivered a provocative read. Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management, Second Edition showcases the 'age of convergence' in business technology as companies begin to renew systems and transform business processes to align execution with strategy, improve decision making, and gain competitive advantage . . . Winning companies follow Axson's prescription of combining leadership, quality process design, and the functionality of proven performance management systems." —Rob Ashe CEO, Cognos "Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management, Second Edition is an insightful guide for any organization seeking to transform its management processes. David Axson provides practical and thought-provoking perspectives on the practices needed to effectively manage performance in today's competitive and volatile markets." —Michael Geltzeiler CFO, Reader's Digest Make better business decisions faster If you are looking to significantly upgrade your management practices to better meet the needs of today's increasingly volatile, complex, competitive, and global markets, look no further. Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management, Second Edition provides an accessible framework to help any business unite its reporting and budgeting functions to achieve its strategic objectives. Updated to reflect changes in the market, the implications of Sarbanes-Oxley, new technologies, emerging best practices, risk management, planning in a turbulent world, and global uncertainty, Best Practices in Planning and Performance Management, Second Edition is a must-read for anyone looking to leverage technology to better meet the needs of today's global environment.

Performance Management

Putting Research into Action

Author: James W. Smither

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 500

View: 710

There has been a shift in HR from performance appraisal toperformance management. A new volume in the SIOP ProfessionalPractice Series, this book contains a broad range ofperformance management topics, offers recommendations grounded inresearch, and many examples from a variety of organizations. Inaddition to offering state-of-the-art descriptions of performancemanagement needs and solutions, this book provides empirical basesfor recommendations, demonstrates how performance management tracksand helps promote organizational change, and exams critical issues.This book makes an ideal resource for I/O psychologists, HRprofessionals, and consultants. "In this comprehensive and timely volume, Smither and Londonassemble an exceptional collection of chapters on topics spanningthe entire performance management process. Written by leadingresearchers and practitioners in the field, these chapters draw onyears of research and offer a blueprint for implementing effectiveperformance management systems in organizations. This volume is a'must-read' for all those interested in performancemanagement." —John W. Fleenor, Ph.D., research director, Center forCreative Leadership

Beyond Performance Management

Why, When, and how to Use 40 Tools and Best Practices for Superior Business Performance

Author: Jeremy Hope

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 387

View: 375

In Beyond Performance Management, Jeremy Hope and Steve Player offer answers, critically reviewing forty well-known management tools and practices--from mission statements, balanced scorecards, and rolling forecasts to key performance indicators, Six Sigma, and performance appraisals. Hope and Player help you select the right frameworks and approaches based on your organization;'s needs, then offer guidance on implementing each one and extracting its maximum value. For each of the forty tools and practices they review, the authors explain: the nature and effectiveness of the tool or practice, its potential to improve your company's performance; the actions required to maximize the tool's potential, and resources you can use to dig deeper into each practice. WIth its rigorous analysis and solid, practical advice, Beyond Performance Management helps tune out the background noise about performance management tools so you can select the ones your company actually needs.

Performance Management in Retail and the Consumer Goods Industry

Best Practices and Case Studies

Author: Michael Buttkus

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 442

View: 129

This book offers essential insights into various management concepts for retail and consumer packaged goods companies. Addressing a range of topics in the field of performance management, it presents concepts for management control, management reporting, planning & forecasting, as well as digitization-related aspects. The contributing authors share valuable lessons learned from real-world consulting projects and present innovative approaches to successful and effective management control at retail and consumer packaged goods companies.

Annual Report

Author: Canadian Wheat Board

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Wheat trade

Page:

View: 167

Supply Chain Costing and Performance Management

Author: Gary Cokins

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 945

A “how-to” guide for supply chain professionals who need accurate cost information for end-to-end processes With the increasing pace of globalization, supply chain professionals find that they have less and less margin for error in their decisions making. Competition is getting more intense, and, unfortunately, CFOs and accountants do not currently provide supply chain managers with the information required to make better decisions. Supply Chain Costing and Performance Management, 2nd Edition, will show you (and the executives you report to) how to understand and apply various enterprise and corporate performance management (EPM/CPM) methods related to costs and profit margins and performance measurements. This book is a “how-to” guide to assist supply chain managers and employee teams to obtain interenterprise cost information on supply chain processes. It provides techniques for obtaining accurate cost and performance information on the activities performed within your firm and on activities performed by trading partners. The techniques and approaches in this book were developed from supply chain costing practices implemented by leading-edge firms. You will learn how you can gain access to reasonably accurate costs and profit margins involved with suppliers, products, stock keeping units (SKUs), service-lines, channels, and customers. In addition, you will gain insight into the activity costs in end-to-end business processes, including the “drivers” for each type of cost. Learn how to access accurate cost and pricing information related to both your company and your trading partners Overcome siloed information by creating your own costing practices using proven methods drawn from leading firms Understand what drives activity costs for each step in end-to-end business processes Assess the performance of your costing activities with step-by-step measurement guidelines Make better decisions and improve performance and profitability with clearer, more transparent cost and price data The information in this book will empower supply chain managers with the ability to make better decisions and improve their organizations’ performance and profitability.

Supply Chain Costing and Performance Management

Author: Gary Cokins

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 964

A “how-to” guide for supply chain professionals who need accurate cost information for end-to-end processes With the increasing pace of globalization, supply chain professionals find that they have less and less margin for error in their decisions making. Competition is getting more intense, and, unfortunately, CFOs and accountants do not currently provide supply chain managers with the information required to make better decisions. Supply Chain Costing and Performance Management, 2nd Edition, will show you (and the executives you report to) how to understand and apply various enterprise and corporate performance management (EPM/CPM) methods related to costs and profit margins and performance measurements. This book is a “how-to” guide to assist supply chain managers and employee teams to obtain interenterprise cost information on supply chain processes. It provides techniques for obtaining accurate cost and performance information on the activities performed within your firm and on activities performed by trading partners. The techniques and approaches in this book were developed from supply chain costing practices implemented by leading-edge firms. You will learn how you can gain access to reasonably accurate costs and profit margins involved with suppliers, products, stock keeping units (SKUs), service-lines, channels, and customers. In addition, you will gain insight into the activity costs in end-to-end business processes, including the “drivers” for each type of cost. Learn how to access accurate cost and pricing information related to both your company and your trading partners Overcome siloed information by creating your own costing practices using proven methods drawn from leading firms Understand what drives activity costs for each step in end-to-end business processes Assess the performance of your costing activities with step-by-step measurement guidelines Make better decisions and improve performance and profitability with clearer, more transparent cost and price data The information in this book will empower supply chain managers with the ability to make better decisions and improve their organizations’ performance and profitability.

Project Management Best Practices

Achieving Global Excellence

Author: Harold Kerzner

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 442

View: 912

'Project Management Best Practices' focuses on such companies as Computer Associates, Symcor, and Satyam. It presents new information from companies who have been unheard from in the past, though they represent some of the largest growth areas in the world today.

The Strategy Gap

Leveraging Technology to Execute Winning Strategies

Author: Michael Coveney

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 233

With shortened business cycles, increased competition, and rapidly changing technologies, companies need to be more nimble than ever. They must narrow the gap between strategy formulation and operation execution to guarantee success. The Strategy Gap will provide a framework that senior financial managers can use to ensure that their strategies are implemented successfully and that their corporations remain competitive. Filled with informative case studies and best practices for optimum financial processes, this valuable resource will help managers leverage information technology to successfully implement corporate strategies. This book also shows managers how to eliminate surprises in poorly managed or unforeseen activities, while applying new approaches to financial management for faster and more accurate business modeling. Expert advice from those who have used these strategies clearly explains how to integrate planning, budgeting, consolidation, and reporting into one cohesive management system.

The Performance Management Revolution

Business Results Through Insight and Action

Author: Howard Dresner

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 809

The Performance Management Revolution shows you how your business can get prepared for the future—transforming strategies into plans, plans into actions, and actions into results. Written by Howard Dresner, a worldwide authority in the area of business intelligence and performance management, this lucid book offers great insight into strategies that any company interested in improving its business performance and accountability could adopt. This visionary book provides an intelligent framework toward the path to better performance through insight and action.