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Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management

Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management

Bob Paladino

ISBN: 978-0-470-00991-8

Jan 2007

400 pages

$45.00

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In Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management, Bob Paladino shares his decades of experience to provide proven, real-world implementation insights from globally recognized and award-winning organizations. You’ll discover what today’s Fortune 100 companies are doing right, and how to implement their enterprise techniques and strategies within your own organization to maximize success.

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Acknowledgments.

Chapter 1: Introduction: Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management.

Best Practice Award-Winning Enterprise Cases.

Why Read This Book?

Principle 1: Establish and Deploy a CPM Office and Officer.

Integrating Principles 2 through 5 CPM Processes and Methods.

Summary.

My Promise.

Chapter 2: Why Do Most Companies Fail to Implement Their Strategies?

Four Barriers to Strategy Implementation.

Industry Clock Speed: A New Consideration to Implementing Strategy.

Top Five Blockers to CPM Project and Process Success.

Summary.

Chapter 3: Research and the Five Key CPM Principles: A Best Practice Model.

Principle 1: Establish and Deploy a CPM Office and Officer.

Crown CPM Office and Officer Is Born.

CPM Research.

High-Performing Organizations.

Principle 1: Establish and Deploy a CPM Office and Officer.

Principle 2: Refresh and Communicate Strategy.

Principle 3: Cascade and Manage Strategy.

Principle 4: Improve Performance.

Principle 5: Manage and Leverage Knowledge.

Summary.

Chapter 4: Principle 1: Establish and Deploy a CPM Office and Officer.

Crown Castle International: Best Practice Case.

City of Coral Springs: Best Practice Case.

Tennessee Valley Authority: Best Practice Case.

Medrad: Best Practice Case.

Serono: Best Practice Case.

LB Foster Company: Best Practice Case.

Florida Department of Health: Best Practice Case.

American Red Cross: Best Practice Case.

Bronson Methodist Hospital: Best Practice Case.

Ricoh Best Practice: Best Practice Case.

KeyCorp: Best Practice Case.

Sprint Nextel: Best Practice Case.

Chapter 5: Principle 2: Refresh and Communicate Strategy.

Pareto Inc.: Foundational Strategy Map Case.

Crown Castle International: Best Practice Case.

City of Coral Springs: Best Practice Case.

Tennessee Valley Authority: Best Practice Case.

Medrad: Best Practice Case.

Serono: Best Practice Case.

LB Foster Company: Best Practice Case.

Florida Department of Health: Best Practice Case.

American Red Cross: Best Practice Case.

Bronson Methodist Hospital: Best Practice Case.

Ricoh: Best Practice Case.

KeyCorp: Best Practice Case.

Sprint Nextel: Best Practice Case.

Chapter 6: Principle 3: Cascade and Manage Strategy.

Pareto Inc.: Balanced Scorecard Introduction.

Crown Castle International: Best Practice Case.

City of Coral Springs: Best Practice Case.

Tennessee Valley Authority: Best Practice Case Study.

Medrad: Best Practice Case.

Serono: Best Practice Case.

LB Foster: Best Practice Case.

Florida Department of Health: Best Practice Case.

American Red Cross: Best Practice Case.

Bronson Methodist Hospital: Best Practice Case.

Ricoh: Best Practice Case.

KeyCorp: Best Practice Case.

Sprint Nextel: Best Practice Case.

Chapter 7: Principle 4: Improve Performance.

Introduction to Six Sigma.

Crown Castle: Best Practice Case.

City of Coral Springs: Best Practice Case.

Tennessee Valley Authority: Best Practice Case.

Medrad: Best Practice Case.

LB Foster: Best Practice Case.

Florida Department of Health: Best Practice Case.

American Red Cross: Best Practice Case.

Bronson Methodist Hospital: Best Practice Case.

Ricoh: Best Practice Case.

Houston Chronicle: Best Practice Case.

Chapter 8: Principle 5: Manage and Leverage Knowledge.

Crown Castle: Best Practice Case.

City of Coral Springs: Best Practice Case.

Tennessee Valley Authority: Best Practice Case.

Medrad: Best Practice Case.

Florida Department of Health: Best Practice Case.

American Red Cross: Best Practice Case.

Bronson Methodist Hospital: Best Practice Case.

Ricoh: Best Practice Case.

Raytheon Company: Best Practice Case.

Chapter 9: Five Key Principles Self-Diagnostic and CPM Research Resources.

CPM Diagnostic: Three Easy Steps.

CPM Research Resources.

Index.

"Paladino lives up to his commitment to his readers with his practical examples of organizations using the implementation of a CPM Office to integrate disparate performance management methodologies into a comprehensive and coordinated model for performance improvement." (Strategic Finance, February 2008)

"…is a must read for any top level executive interested in the real-world application of corporate performance management." (Quality Progress, May 2007)