Balanced Scorecard Master Professional Certification
Master Balanced Scorecard Implementation
Offered in person and live online, Balanced Scorecard Institute (BSI) training and certification programs give leaders, managers, and analysts the tools they need to successfully:
- Develop and implement a BSC system
- Improve 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
- Prioritize in tough economic times.
BSI has become a trusted advisor and counselor to hundreds of organizations worldwide. Courses are taught by consultants with International experience with all types of organizations.
Master Professional Certification Program
BSMP certification can be achieved by taking the stand-alone 10-day BSMP Course (plus exam) or by first earning BSP Certification and then returning to complete the BSMP Application Course.
Balanced Scorecard Master Professional Course
Course 501 – 10 Days
This 10-day program is a comprehensive program on leading a balanced scorecard planning and management system implementation. It is the fastest pathway for participants to receive Balanced Scorecard Master Professional certification. The program, covering two calendar weeks, is ideal for participants charged with building, implementing, managing, and sustaining balanced scorecard planning and management systems. It was developed by the Balanced Scorecard Institute for members of internal balanced scorecard teams who want to learn how to build, deploy, and sustain scorecard systems, and for anyone who wants to incorporate lessons learned and best practices into the development of a strategic management system.
Balanced Scorecard Master Professional (BSMP) Certification Application Course
Course 520 – 5 Days
This Application course offers certified Balanced Scorecard Professionals a way to upgrade to full BSMP certification. The program is ideal for participants charged with building, implementing, managing, and sustaining balanced scorecard planning and management systems. It was developed for members of internal balanced scorecard teams who want to learn how to build, deploy, and sustain scorecard systems, and for anyone who wants to incorporate lessons learned and best practices into the development of a strategic management system. Completion of the BSP certification is required before registration for this course will be approved. It is recommended that participants wait a few months after completing the BSP certification before taking the BSMP Application course.
Why implement a Balanced Scorecard?
The balanced scorecard is a strategic planning and management system used by organizations to communicate and align around strategy, prioritize, and measure performance. The name “balanced scorecard” comes from the idea of looking at strategic measures in addition to traditional financial measures to get a more “balanced” view of performance. Business, government, and nonprofit organizations worldwide use the balanced scorecard system to:
- Break down intangible strategic vision into specific, actionable steps
- Get everyone focused on strategy
- Choose measures that help you achieve tangible results
Certifications You Can Trust
In order to provide a seamless, high quality learning experience for the current and aspiring strategy leaders, BSI has partnered with The George Washington University’s Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (GW CEPL), a part of the College of Professional Studies.
Together, our partnership will provide the rigorous, academically grounded, leadership development-focused content and learning environment that is the hallmark of GWU’s executive education programs. Our partnership also offers the critical bench strength in teaching, consulting, and program support that enables the highest quality of client support.
Continuing Education Units
All BSI Certification Program participants qualify for GW Continuing Education Units. Attendees completing the 10-day program qualify for 8 CEUs. Those completing the 5-day program will qualify for 4 CEUs, while those taking only the Part 1 or Part 2 courses will qualify for 2 units each.