Dr. David Norton's Balanced Scorecard one of the most influential
management ideas of the last 75 years - Harvard Business Review
TORONTO, Oct. 18 /CNW/ - Dr. David P. Norton, creator of the Balanced
Scorecard concept will present "Developing the Strategic Potential of Your
Human Capital" at 8:00 am on Tuesday, October 23 to business leaders at the
National Club, Toronto.
"For human capital to be managed as a strategic asset, organizations must
be able to measure its strategic contribution," says Norton. Dr. Norton will
share the findings of his research into the management practices of successful
organizations. This session will introduce a set of methodologies and case
studies designed to help business leaders better measure and manage their
organizations' human capital. Dr. Norton will also address how to align
learning and development plans with a company's enterprise-wide strategy.
Dr. Norton's work with the Balanced Scorecard has been the subject of
many articles and public conferences. He is the co-author, with Dr. Robert S.
Kaplan, of seven Harvard Business Review articles and four books: The Balanced
Scorecard: Translating Strategy into Action (1996), The Strategy-Focused
Organization: How Balanced Scorecard Companies Thrive in the New Business
Environment (2000), Strategy Maps: Converting Intangible Assets into Tangible
Outcomes (2004), and Alignment (2006.)
CSTD is a strategic world leader, driving excellence in workplace
learning and performance, impacting business success. Established in 1946,
CSTD is Canada's only national association for workplace learning and
performance professionals. With 18 chapters and 2,000 members from
coast-to-coast, representing the public and private sectors, CSTD exists to:
- establish and maintain professional standards of competence in
workplace learning and performance.
- provide opportunities for the advancement of members and the workplace
learning and performance profession through innovative programs and
- dialogue with government, institutions and industry to advocate for
enhanced understanding of the workplace learning community.
For further information:
For further information: Lynn Johnston, President, CSTD, Phone (416)
367-5900, ext. 25, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org