High-Tech Growth Management : Module VII : Keeping an eye on performance
Prof. Dr. Werner Bruggeman, Professor of Management Accounting and Control at the University of Ghent and at the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School.
Mr. Jan Schoevaerts, Managing Director, MEDA.
In the midst of the inherent turbulence of daily operations and developing products and markets, one can easily lose sight of critical performance indicators. The purpose of this module is to explain the concept of the Balanced Scorecard and to show (1) how it can be applied to translate strategy into performance measures on the functional, business unit and corporate level of the company and (2) how it can be used to put strategy into action as a management tool for change.
General Theme & Programme
The integrated programme on 'High-Tech Growth Management' confronts topics and issues related to the management of growth within high-tech start-ups that have been successfully launched and are now working hard to develop a sustainable position in the market. This programme provides guiding frameworks and insights that are relevant to handling problems frequently encountered during such a trajectory. Themes include the development of a sustainable business model, internationalisation, research & development, marketing and sales, and organisation & human resource management issues.
Structure and dates
The complete programme consists of 8 modules.
Each module is scheduled from 4 - 7 pm.
Module I: Growing pains of a high-tech venture
Tuesday November 26th, 2002
Module II: Strategy development for high-tech ventures
Tuesday December 10th, 2002
Module III: Financing growth & creating shareholder value
Tuesday January 14th, 2003
Module IV: Market development in an international environment
Tuesday January 28th, 2003
Module V: R&D in an international environment
Tuesday February 11th, 2003
Module VI: Operations Management
Tuesday February 25th, 2003
Module VII: Keeping an eye on performance
Tuesday March 11th, 2003
Module VIII: Kennis, kenniswerkers en kennismanagement
Dinsdag 25 maart, 2003
LMS International, Interleuvenlaan 68, 3001 Leuven