Effectively implementing a balanced scorecard
One day training course
Dates : 17th July 2013
Time : 9.30am to 5pm
Cost : £295 members,
£395 non-members (price includes 1 year membership of IC) Prices are exclusive of VAT
Venue : 2 Savoy Court, The Strand, London, WC2 R0EZ (lunch provided)
Contact:Shona Smart on 01536 207404, or complete a form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Trainer : Phil Hall MIC BMus (Hons) - With 17 years experience, Philip has a comprehensive knowledge and application capability of continuous improvement tools at all levels from corporate strategy to individual process improvement developed at Toyota in the UK, Japan and USA. Philip specialises in the training, coaching, and development of continuous improvement leadership behavior, KPI visual management, practical problem solving and value stream mapping. He is a trained executive coaching specialist having completed an Advanced Certificate in Executive Coaching, accredited to Masters Level. An unrivalled level of experience in both Quality Assurance and Manufacturing process visual management from new product process design stage to daily management of all performance targets.
Trainer : Ray Vasey BSc (Hons) - Ray has a comprehensive knowledge and practical application ability of continuous improvement tools and techniques specialising in visual management, value stream analysis and practical problem solving to drive significant performance improvement. He has successfully coordinated and delivered major change programmes in construction, infrastructure, plant utilisation, new product or plant introduction, and process and production planning. He has a proven expertise in the delivery of practical continuous improvement leadership coaching from shop-floor to boardroom level to achieve sustainable results with major clients around the world.
1) Understand the importance of and be able to set a clear vision
2) Be able to use the vision to determine goals and objectives
3) Be able to visualise and manage current performance to create activity plans
4) To align activity plans to achieve the goals and objectives