Wednesday , December , 13 , 2017
The Institute Way Blog
A few years ago I was facilitating a post-merger integration process for an expanding publicly-traded utility company that had bought a smaller, rural utility in order to expand its territory. The parent company had a balanced scorecard, and we created an aligned scorecard for the smaller company.
High School Football, College Football and Pro Football still don’t scratch the itch? Are you familiar with Fantasy Football? Football Season in Texas is well underway yet even with football everywhere you turn, there are a lot of people who are just as excited about Fantasy Football.
The rock music industry in 1991 was in transition. After about forty years of fans preferring rock music to country music by a reliably constant percentage, sales figures were indicating that preferences were shifting from rock to country. Was Garth Brooks popular enough to influence a dramatic shift? Or was there actually an underlying measurement problem?
I am an engineer by training and a math geek at heart. So articles about girls and math catch my eye. Did you know that researchers agree that one’s ability to excel at math and science is as much about attitude as it is about “natural gifts” or gender?
A few months ago, we got a call from a company asking for help with their balanced scorecard – something that happens every day. What was surprising was that the company was one that was a former winner of the Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame, and one that I had worked with years before.