Publisher: Wiley, 2007, 386 pages
What do award-winning commercial, public and non-profit enterprises know that eludes most of today's executives? How do they organize and conduct themselves to accelerate and achieve outsized results? What core processes and best practices do they leverage? Learn the key principles of executing strategy from the executives directly in Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management.
Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance not only chronicles innovative best practices from award winning company executives, but also brings you a proven implementation model that has accelerated breakthrough results. Learn new techniques common to Malcolm Baldridge, the Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame, Sterling Quality, Fortune 100 Best, APQC, and Forbes Award winners.
Drawing from executive and thought leader Bob Paladino's advisory experiences with award-winning and high-performing organizations, Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management provides a clear road map for executing enterprise strategy.
The Five Principle model moves well beyond traditional "how to" books and offers a fresh approach to integrating multiple methods to optimize results. Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management illustrates how to employ the Five Key Principles that all high-performing enterprises practice:
Numerous case studies and best practice research from world-renowned enterprises are included. In adition, insights from executives who have won the most globally recognized awards in business are provided, as are key process maps, strategy maps, balanced scorecards, comparative tables, project plans, testimonials, charts, graphs, and screen shots of BSC and KM systems.
Providing practical executive and practitioner best practice examples, Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management will help drive meaningful results in your organization.
Sometimes you just stumble upon somethin excellent, like this book. It is a practitioners guide to how to implement your strategy when you have reached the upper echelons.
This is not something to read while studying to an MBA or something, but something to read when you need to show how effective you are as a leader and that you understand the connection between strategy and execution, aka corporate performance.
I truly love it, but be warned, it is not a book to read in one sitting. Expect to get back to it frequently.