Internationally Acclaimed Co-Architect of the Balanced Scorecard – HBR Rated BSC as One of the Most Influential Management Ideas for the Past 75 Years
Johannesburg, South Africa, June 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Dr Norton has most recently been honoured by Thinkers 50 in their Hall of Fame sharing this acclaim with Tom Peters, Warren Bennis, Howard Gardner, Charles Handy, Philip Kotler, Henry Mintzberg, Kenichi Omae, Ikujiro Nonaka and his colleague Professor Kaplan, for their mammoth contribution to business management and leadership. Harvard Business Review recognised the Balanced Scorecard as one of the most influential management ideas in the past 75 years.
The 2014 programme includes the latest findings and experience in Strategy measurement, leadership, human capital and cross functional priorities and solutions.
This is what his clients have to say,
“Our BSC helped us to deliver superior performance, consistently and predictably in all facets of our organisation.” -Kris Gopalakrishnan, CEO, INFOSYS
“BSC is the strongest tool I have seen in 22 years of my career, to align people in the organisation to the corporate objectives.” -Sunil Wahwa, CEO, New Delhi Power
“I am convinced that implementing the Balanced Scorecard has helped us to deliver record-breaking progress over the past 5 years.” -Bill Padfield, CEO, Data Dimensions