BPM Techniques in a Dynamic World

by Lincoln Miles
access120 days access
cpd hours4 CPD hours
price£75+vat

There are many techniques that support performance management but in such a fast changing world, applying these techniques is becoming increasingly complex. This comes at a time when making progressive steps to achieving strategy has never been more important.

Techniques that allow us to assess progress and plan the next steps forward have never been more vital for success or more challenging to apply.

This course goes through a number of traditional performance management techniques, considers the challenge each presents and looks at how to make them work in our fast-changing, dynamic business environment.

Strategy

  • Critical Success Factors: Part 1
  • Critical Success Factors: Part 2
  • Key performance indicators: Part 1
  • Key performance indicators: Part 2
  • Ratios: Part 1
  • Ratios: Part 2

Decision making

  • NPV: Part 1
  • NPV: Part 2
  • IRR: Part 1
  • IRR: Part 2
  • MIRR: Part 1
  • MIRR: Part 2

Divisional performance

  • ROI: Part 1
  • ROI: Part 2
  • RI: Part 1
  • RI: Part 2
  • EVA: Part 1
  • EVA: Part 2
  • Transfer Pricing: Part 1
  • Transfer Pricing: Part 2

Preventing corporate failure

  • Z Score: Part 1
  • Z Score: Part 2
  • A Score: Part 1
  • A Score: Part 2

Lincoln Miles is a professional financial reporting trainer who has provided accountancy training for 15 years. Lincoln specialises in UK GAAP, IFRS and US GAAP and runs a training and consulting business that provides services in the UK, Poland, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovakia, Romania Czech Republic and the Channel Islands.

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