Performance Prism Framework Template for PowerPoint
Performance Prism Framework Template for PowerPoint presentations is a free prism design created with Microsoft PowerPoint shapes that you can use in your presentations to model the Performance Prism framework or to make presentations on performance measurement systems (PMS).
The Performance Prism framework is also an innovative second generation performance measurement and management framework that can help top managers to measure the business performance. The main advantage of this framework is that it cover stakeholders, investors, customers, intermediaries, employees, suppliers, regulators and communities. The coverage of these stakeholders and shareholders can be made by considering what the wants and the needs are. In this way, the reciprocal relationship with each stakeholder is examined. You can learn more about Performance Prism measurement.
There are many other business measurement and performance frameworks that you can use, including the Balanced Scorecard (Kaplan and Norton, 1993), the Cambridge Performance Measurement Process (Neely, 1996). These are frameworks and models designed for business-wide implementation, while the approaches of the TPM Process, 7-step TPM Process and Total Measurement Development Method (TMDM) are specific for team-based structures. You can use this template to prepare business presentations and research including a comparison on Performance Prism vs. Balance Scorecard PowerPoint presentation or enterprise performance management PowerPoint presentations or to make a presentation on performance appraisal topics.
This is an example of 3D prism in PowerPoint with arrows and captions that can help to model any application performance management presentation or comprehensive corporate performance management slides in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013:
- Stakeholder satisfaction
- Stakeholder contribution
This free Performance Prism PowerPoint template with 3D slide design and prism representation can help organizations structure and the performance measurement system should emerge.
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