- Components and management of performance
- Globalisation and the implications for the competitive organisation
- Measuring services and processes
- Selecting measures for tools informed by strategy
- Using scorecards to measure strategic performance
- Corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and systems as drivers of strategic performance improvement and change
- Cultural and human capital challenges in measuring, managing and implementing strategic change
- Implications of a resource based view of the firm for strategic performance measurement and management
- Resource based stewardship and sustainability - implications for the integration of strategy, measurement and change
- Welcome letter
- Printable format materials
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
No special requirements
This subject aims to investigate the nature and importance of strategic performance measurement and management in an environment subject to volatility and constant change. By focusing on strategic performance measurement concepts and techniques, students will explore and apply a variety of strategic performance measurement tools. The subject also explores specific challenges faced by managers in both measuring and managing strategic performance at an organisational and individual performance level, including challenges associated with resource stewardship and business sustainability.
This subject is no longer accepting new enrolments for SP3 2018.
- Online activity— Individual (20-40%)
- Report - Individual (30-40%)
- Case based project— Individual (15-25%) and group (15-25%) (30-50%)
Textbook information is pending.