"Paladino offers practical insights, drawn from best–practice examples, on how a CPM office helps organizations successfully execute their strategies."
Dr. Robert S. Kaplan, Harvard Business School; co–inventor of the Strategy Focused Organization, Balanced Scorecard, and Activity Based Management
"An excellent extrapolation of the Kaplan and Norton strategy management framework. The case studies are the jewels that provide the secret to success."
Dr. David P. Norton, co–inventor of the Strategy Focused organization and Balanced Scorecard; founder and Director, Palladium Group, Inc.
"Bob has a wealth of knowledge and experience that he shares, both personally and professionally through his books. We have just begun implementing his five principles of corporate performance management and already our results have been outstanding. Bob′s approach and methodology work in all types of organizations and situations. His approach focuses on getting results and improving organizational performance. In a relatively short period of time, we have experienced both."
Francine Padgett, Senior Vice President and CFO, MidMichigan Health, and Greg Rogers, President and CEO, MidMichigan Medical Center Midland
"What I find most fascinating regarding Bob Paladino′s work is his ability to transcend both the public and private sectors. His vast knowledge of both for–profit and nonprofit organizations enables him to find those best practices that work in both. His latest book is laced with so many gems the book needs a dedicated space on every CEO′s desk!"
Gary Butler, Assistant Chief Scout Executive, Boy Scouts of America
"As the economy recovers from the Great Recession, the ′new normal′ business environment requires that executive management rethink their organization′s business model and how it will produce high–performance results. Drawing on his vast practical experience and case studies of award–winning companies, Bob Paladino provides new insights on his key principles of corporate performance management (CPM) that have produced differentiating results. This is a must–read for any executive management team striving for high performance in the ′new normal′ global economy."
William G. Shenkir, William Stamps Farish Professor Emeritus and former dean, McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia
"Companies that can successfully manage change will succeed and prosper. As a business leader, I am keenly interested in tools that help mitigate risk of strategic execution. By providing the pragmatic insights from his case studies and the abundance of best practices, Bob once again gives business leaders that tool to both manage execution risk and accelerate improved results."
Bill Arendt, former corporate controller, Sprint Nextel
Chapter 1: Introduction.
Chapter 2: Research and New Case Company Results.
Chapter 3: Five Key Principles of CPM: Best Practices Model.
Chapter 4: Principle 1: Establish and Deploy a CPM Office and Officer.
Chapter 5: Principle 2: Refresh and Communicate Strategy.
Chapter 6: Principle 3: Cascade and Manage Strategy.
Chapter 7: Principle 4: Improve Performance.
Chapter 8: Principle 5: Manage and Leverage Knowledge.
Chapter 9: Five Key Principles: Self–Diagnostic and Corporate. Performance Management Roadmap.