Wednesday , November , 21 , 2018
The Institute Way Blog
I am absolutely addicted to the television show, “Big Bang Theory.” Have you seen it? I catch myself laughing out loud at it...even when watching it on planes (yes, that’s a little embarrassing). People who are fluent in the language of math and science are actually bilingual. And that’s what I love about the quirky characters on Big Bang Theory. They not only understand how to string words and punctuation together to form sentences and paragraphs that communicate meaning, but they also know how to string numbers and symbols together to form equations that communicate meaning. And when someone is fluent in both, sometimes they slip back and forth between the two languages and things get comical.
There has been a lot of interest in my recent blog post: “Balanced Scorecard Gone Bad: What’s that Funky Smell?” Several people have posted comments and questions in various forums, but one in particular deserves special attention.
I talked to a student from one of our classes over a year after the class to see how things were going, and she told me a long story about how they were still debating the exact wording of objective number 9. I asked her if they had reached their targets on any key measures and she said that they were still tweaking the measurement data definition. So a year...
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.