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Performance Management And Control

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

May
6,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

2,950 USD

Location:

Not Provided

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

May
6,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

2,950 USD

Location:

Not Provided

Course Description

Analyze fundamental performance management and control systems, including structured measurement models, analytical techniques and system biases. Establish a firm grounding in proven measurement techniques while also addressing cost-benefit issues. Employ better performance measurement systems, challenging ineffective or inefficient metrics, and create a culture of planning, execution and accountability.

Program Benefits

Identify the elements of an effective performance management and control system, evaluate the output of systems that report cost and profitability performance in a moderately complex operation, implement a system of strategic and operational control including belief, boundary, diagnostics and interactive controls, describe the operation of an effective master budgeting system and analyze and interpret budget-actual variances and assess responsibility for them.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

1620259200

Instructor:

Brian Lendecky

Contact Person:

Lynn Slattery

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Texas at Austin

Course Description

Analyze fundamental performance management and control systems, including structured measurement models, analytical techniques and system biases. Establish a firm grounding in proven measurement techniques while also addressing cost-benefit issues. Employ better performance measurement systems, challenging ineffective or inefficient metrics, and create a culture of planning, execution and accountability.

Program Benefits

Identify the elements of an effective performance management and control system, evaluate the output of systems that report cost and profitability performance in a moderately complex operation, implement a system of strategic and operational control including belief, boundary, diagnostics and interactive controls, describe the operation of an effective master budgeting system and analyze and interpret budget-actual variances and assess responsibility for them.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

Brian Lendecky

Contact Person:

Lynn Slattery

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Texas at Austin