Proving the Value of People & Skills Development - Build a Balanced Scorecard!
"Doing what we know we should do, to make a difference to the business."
Skills and people development is recognised in most organisations as vital to sustainable success. Yet during difficult economic times it is tempting to overlook long-term value for short-term cost reductions. If you want to add real value to your organisation you need a measure of the benefits you derive from knowing how the people you employ enable the business to perform to its full potential. This workgroup session sets out to facilitate a closer relationship between the IT and HR communities, within your organisation, to work in collaboration to maximise staff performance utilising a proven "balanced scorecard" technique.
- Proving the Value of People & Skills Development - Build a Balanced Scorecard - Report (Report)
- Proving the Value of People & Skills Development - Build a Balanced Scorecard - Executive Summary (Executive Summary)
- Proving the Value of People & Skills Development - Build a Balanced Scorecard - Top Tips (Top Tips)
Delegates will gain an understanding of how to effectively use the Balanced Scorecard approach for strategic and individual performance development & management. They will also gain skills to enable them to plan and begin to construct a Balanced Scorecard for their own organisation.
Who should attend
10.00 - Welcome and Introduction
10.15 - Summary of Steve Poole's presentation - 'Retaining & Developing the Right Skills - How doing what we all know we should be doing can bring real benefits'
10.45 - Balanced Scorecard presentation followed by Q&A
11.45 - Discussion: Practical application of the Balanced Scorecard approach to performance management and development
12.30 - Lunch
13.15 - Workshop to design organisational Balanced Scorecards
- Including discussion around ways of measuring performance effectively
14.45 - Implementing the approach
- Can you do this in your organisation? If not why not?
- What could help you?
- If so, why? What actions are you going to take to implement the approach?
15.45 - Conclusions and next steps
16.00 - Close
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