Global Performance Forum IV- Innovations in Performance Management (GPF IV)

Venue: Regal Sun Resort

Location: Orlando, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 27, 2009 End Date/Time: Apr 30, 2009
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The pressures of competing in global marketplace are ferocious. Constant competing forces, economic turbulence, and new dimensions in the political landscape have created more complex challenges than those faced in the the past two decades. In addition to these new challenges, your organization must continue to comply with regulations, successfully manage your workforce, and report to shareholders.

Overcoming these challenges is not just about executing a strategy; it is about executing the right strategy. Adhering to optimal performance and finding the right strategy involves making hypotheses, gathering data, analyzing information, challenging conventional thinking and instituting lasting change.

At the Global Performance Forum IV in Orlando, Florida, you will have four days to network with executives from around the world and learn from leading practitioners as they share the secrets to driving lasting results. This event is your chance to learn about game-changing concepts such as:

* Achieving Operational Excellence
* Establishing and Articulating Organizational Strategy
* Collecting and Analyzing Performance Data
* Building Enterprise-wide Performance Management Systems
* Budgeting, Planning and Forecasting
* Innovations in Performance Management
* Aligning Human Capital and Resources with Strategy and Goals

Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the innovations and solutions that are transforming the ways organizations are achieving optimal performance. Be a part of the networking and educational opportunities that await you:

* Roundtable Discussions
* Annual Performance Management Debate
* Multi-Level Workshops
* Balanced Scorecard Masters Courses
* Cost-Cutting Strategies
* Executive One-on-One Networking

I look forward to meeting you in Orlando!


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