“Enterprise Performance Management” – KSBL’s Executive Education Programme Delivered by Cambridge in Karachi

Professor Andy Neely who teaches Enterprise Performance Management at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge was in Karachi on the 19th and 20th of April conducting a two-day Executive Education Programme for Karachi School for Business & Leadership (KSBL), on Enterprise Performance Management, for top corporate executives. Professor Neely is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading authorities on organisational performance measurement and management and has authored over 100 books and articles, including Measuring Business Performance, published by The Economist, and The Performance Prism, published by the Financial Times. He has won numerous awards for his research and chairs the International Performance Measurement Association. The programme was attended by CEOs, CFOs, Directors, General Managers and Operational Heads from prominent multinational and national companies across various industry sectors including banking and finance, textile, health management and fertilizer.

The participants enthusiastically took part in discussions on the what, how and why of performance measurement in organisations. Examples of appropriate and inappropriate performance indicators in place in their organisations were discussed and analysed. The participants became quite involved in applying the updated version on the Balanced Scorecard, the Success Map and other practical measurement tools for the Pakistani organization and using these measuring tools to better manage performance in their companies. Participants left with firm plans to start applying these modern tools to their organisations.
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