Measuring Success - why profit and cash are not enough

Event Info

Wed 12 Nov, 2008 at 6:00pm
London Business School
Regents Park
London, NW1 4SA, UK


Speaker: Sir Andrew Likierman

- Early stage success, how to pace performance measurement
- Do you have options in how you measure success? Constraints are not objectives
- The dangers of relying on profit and cash
- Using non-financial indicators
- Overcoming some of the measurement problems (and coping with the rest)

Bio Sir Andrew Likierman
Sir Andrew Likierman was the president of CIMA, and is currently a professor of management practice in accounting at London Business School.

Sir Andrew MA (Oxford) FCMA FCCA works on all aspects of performance measurement and is a director of both the Bank of England and Barclays Bank plc. He is currently working for the UN on its corporate governance.

Sir Andrew was previously at the Treasury which he joined in 1993 as Head of the Government Accountancy Service and Managing Director of the Financial Management, Reporting and Audit Directorate. He was knighted in 2001.

Professor Sir Andrew Likierman assumed the position of Acting Dean at London Business School on 1 January 2007. Sir Andrew is Professor of Management Practice in Accounting, and his previous roles have included Managing Director, Government Financial Management Directorate and Head of the Government Accountancy Service, HM Treasury. Sir Andrew has recently been serving on the UN Governance Review Committee.

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