The balanced score card evaluates the performance of organizations in an integrated way by linking the multiple objectives they seek to achieve in order to strengthen and improve their activity and thus their competitive position, and the card translates the organization’s vision and strategies into objectives in four dimensions, namely the perspective of shareholders, customers, internal operational processes, learning and growth. In doing so, it is working to improve its capabilities and mechanisms, which promote the concept of governance and promote transparency, disclosure and rights preservation, so this intervention aims to demonstrate the relationship between the application of balanced score card concepts and principles as a mechanism for monitoring governance and governance and its requirements in institutions or organizations in general.
Target groups :-
- Members of the Board of Directors of public companies, commercial and Islamic banks and non-bank financial institutions.
- Executives in public companies, commercial and Islamic banks and non-bank financial institutions.
- Secretaries of the boards of directors, corporate governance specialists and board advisors.
- Directors and employees of the regulatory departments (internal audit – compliance – risk management) in public companies, commercial and Islamic banks and non-bank financial institutions.
Unit 1 :-
- Definition of corporate governance
- The pyramid of the internal regulatory environment
- General rules of institutional governance in accordance with the decisions of the Basel Committee
Unit 2 :-
- Ways to evaluate corporate governance
- Malcolm Baldrige’s Best Practice Method
- The internal control document issued by the COSO committee
- The COSO’s CORPORATE RISK MANAGEMENT model
Unit 3 :-
- Balanced score cards
- Concept and rules
- The strategic dimension of corporate governance
- Building and identifying relevant performance indicators
- the general framework for corporate risk management
- Definition of the framework, its components and its objectives
- Institutional risk management stages
- The practical framework for using ERM to assess corporate governance
Unit 5 :-
- Evaluation of control and internal control systems in the executive management of the bank
- What are the relevant controls?
- Identify tasks and tasks
- Risk assessment methods and testing of controls