The Center for Business Performance Management (CBPM) is creating a body of thought and advancing the study of how organizations should best align and optimize people, processes and technologies for performance. In addition, CBPM is preparing future business leaders to align and optimize people, processes and technologies for performance.
Drawing from both theory and practice, the Center is one of Fisher's Research and Business Partnership Centers, creating the intellectual innovations that fuel business growth around the world. Many of the nation's most forward thinking companies turn to Fisher faculty for new ideas and business solutions. Fisher's research centers support teaching, research and development and provide a professional forum for exchange between faculty, students and the corporate community.
Fisher Professional Services, the consultancy within Fisher College of Business, includes Faculty, Staff and MBA Leadership delivering solutions to global, national and local companies via fee-based projects that engage students to solve business problems and implment management solutions.
Provide the global forum for thought leadership related to the Business Performance Management body of knowledge that empowers leaders from industry, faculty and students to integrate business and academic insights while driving continuous improvements in the BPM space
Deliver membership benefits, events, networking opportunities, access to BPM trained talent, academic curriculum and research to advance the business performance management body of knowledge
Fisher's BPM Definition
BPM is a concept that spans many areas within an organization. For the purposes of our Center, we define BPM as:
the integration of performance data, management processes, and business systems to support leaders in making effective decisions and executing those decisions.
By enabling insights, BPM drives improved execution via accountability and transparency. Fisher’s BPM definition includes the following components: