Kaplan and Norton: A contemporary performance


By Will Bond

This week CGMA presented a series of events celebrating 20 years of Kaplan and Norton’s Balanced Scorecard.

L-R: Dr. Norton, Gulzari Babber (CIMA President), Professor Kaplan and Alistair McNab (Director of Corporate Services at Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh)
L-R: Dr. Norton, Gulzari Babber (CIMA President), Professor Kaplan and Alistair McNab (Director of Corporate Services at Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh)

The events, held in Edinburgh and London, featured Balanced Scorecard (BSC) creators Professor Robert Kaplan and Dr David Norton and looked at a wide range of topics from Risk reporting to healthcare.

The events also launched a number of pieces of CGMA reports available now.

Research reports

Economic value added adoption in China’s state-owned enterprises

A study exploring the introduction of a residual income index in China

Performance measurement and risk management in intermediary food chain businesses
A study looking at the effectiveness of performance measurement systems in food supply chains and the effect of controls, rewards and incentives in shaping performance measurement upstream in supply chains.

Integrating risk into performance: Reporting to the board of directors
This research investigates companies’ practices in performance and risk reporting to the board of directors.

Video

Risk reporting to the board of directors
Video of the event featuring Dr Regine Slagmulder discussing her report ‘Integrating risk into performance: Reporting to the board of directors’ and a response from Dr David Norton, co-creator of the Balanced Scorecard.

We’ll have some more exclusive content from the events over the next few weeks.

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