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MAKE STRATEGY EVERYONE'S JOB

MAKE STRATEGY EVERYONE'S JOB

> Improve Strategic Performance and Strategy Execution Using the Balanced Scorecard
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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION

> Certifying BSC, KPI, and PuMP® Practitioners
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BSI WORLDWIDE

BSI WORLDWIDE

> Nine International Partners in Seven Countries
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THE INSTITUTE WAY

THE INSTITUTE WAY

> Simplify Strategic Planning with the Balanced Scorecard
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WELCOME TO THE BALANCED SCORECARD INSTITUTE

The Balanced Scorecard Institute (BSI) provides training, certification and consulting services to commercial, government, and non-profit organizations worldwide. BSI helps clients increase focus on strategy and results, improve organizational performance by measuring what matters, align the work people do on a day-to-day basis with strategy, focus on the drivers of future performance, improve communication of the organization’s Vision and Strategy, and prioritize in tough economic times.

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Our Services
BSI consulting & facilitation services combine training, facilitated team building, and problem-solving consulting and coaching to help clients build their own balanced scorecard-based strategic management system. learn more
Institute workshops, taught by highly-experienced consultants, are short on dry lecture & academic theory and long on hands-on team exercises and interactive discussion for maximum adult learning, engagement, retention and fun. learn more
BSI engages the strategic management community through conferences and online community dialog. BSI is actively involved with the Association for Strategic Planning and other strategic partners. BSI also provides, through this website and various social networking communities, extensive resources, including case studies, white papers, articles, and other information based on lessons learned from extensive experience in building strategic management and performance measurement systems.
Performance analysis using QuickScore transforms data into knowledge and understanding. Effective analysis helps people make better decisions that will drive improved strategic outcomes by supporting the measurement and evaluation of performance to identify what works well and what doesn’t. learn more

 

Upcoming Courses
Domestic U.S.International
Dates Program Location
20150921Sep. 21-25 KPI Program Washington, DC
20150922Sep. 22-23 PuMP® Washington, DC
20151005Oct. 5-9 BSP Program Washington, DC
20150914Sep. 14-18 BSP Program Washington, DC
20151102Nov. 2-6 KPI Program Atlanta, GA
20151102Nov. 2-6 BSP Program Atlanta, GA
20151016Oct-16 BSC Essentials Dallas, TX
20151102Nov-2 BSC Essentials Atlanta, GA
20151103Nov. 3-4 PuMP® Atlanta, GA
20151005Oct. 5-9 BSMP CAP Washington, DC
20160125Jan. 25-29 BSP Program Los Angeles, CA
20151207Dec. 7-11 BSP Program Washington, DC

 

Latest News

NEW! KPI Professional Certification

Learn how to build, deploy, and sustain KPIs in order to improve organizational strategic or operational performances. Read More >>

BSC Essentials

Are you a BSC champion trying to implement a system? Need reinforcements? Send your team to our new 1-day BSC Essentials course. Learn More > >

FREE WEBINAR: The Ultimate KPI Cheat Sheet

KPI tips and tricks that will help improve KPI development in your organization.
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Latest Blog

Broken Linkages: Are you SURE you are Executing Strategy?

By: Gail Stout Perry

I recently had a conversation with an organization’s board member who said, “I’m so frustrated.  We have a balanced scorecard but I don’t see how the things the management team is measuring or executing are linked to our strategy.  I don’t see the connections.  Our balanced scorecard feels operational.”  He was correct.  Even with my practiced eye, I, too struggled to see clear linkages to strategy.  Then I fielded a confidential call from the management team at the same organization who expressed their own frustration that their board members “just didn’t get it”. And as these conversations cycled, the board members became even more exasperated that there was no evidence that the organization was actually executing its strategy.
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