Join us for a one-day executive workshop, hosted by the Executive Education team at Heriot-Watt University

We welcome all executives and managers responsible for managing the performance of their organisation to attend.

 

The workshop offers a fantastic opportunity to look at the results of 25 years of research into areas such as performance measurement; strategic management; organisational culture and behaviour; organisational evolution and adaptation; and people engagement and motivation.
As well as the experiences of a range of companies and organisations (food & drink, technology; engineering manufacturing; service and public sector organisations).  

You will also look at:

The Science

What are we managing?
What is performance?
What do best companies manage?

The Art

How to use the measures
Control without “controlling”
Engaging people
Designing interventions

Objectives

What are we managing? – do we understand the value streams and processes we ought to manage?

Performance measurement – do we know how to design effective performance measurement systems?

Using performance measures – do we know how to use performance measures effectively?

Organisational capabilities – do we understand the capabilities that underpin the long term sustainable performance?

Control without “controlling” – do we know how to control organisations without being “controlling”?

Effective interventions – do we know how to design and deliver effective interventions?

When?

Monday 18 March 2019 at 9:30 – 16:30

Where? 

Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University

Places are limited. Register now.

Please note that delegates will receive refreshments throughout the day, and any allergies or dietary requirements should be delcared to cpd.soss@hw.ac.uk before the 8 March 2019.

Refunds can be issued up to seven days before the Event Date.

 

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