Measuring Strategic Performance in an Era of Constant Change
Pursue tactics for reviewing strategic performance in a constantly changing environment. Wield strategic measurement tools such as the balanced scorecard and strategy maps. Set individual performance analysis techniques against organisational ones.
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Students who successfully complete this subject will be able to:
Critically analyse the relevance of the resource based view of the firm to strategic performance measurement
Apply advanced knowledge of and critically analyse measurement theories and techniques as they apply to measuring tangible and intangible aspects of organisational strategic performance
Apply advanced knowledge of performance measures using tools including the balanced scorecard, sustainability scorecard, strategy maps and triple bottom line methodologies incorporating sustainability agendas
Critically analyse and evaluate opportunities for using strategic performance measurement and management methodologies to support sustainable business practice
Work collaboratively to identify the benefits and challenges of implementing a balanced scorecard to a case study organisation.
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.