Philippine Army now globally recognized in strategy execution

The Philippine Army said it is now globally recognized as one of the best organizations in terms of strategy execution after being inducted in the Palladium Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame for Executing Strategy on March 14.

“The Hall of Fame program continues to demonstrate how essential structured strategy execution is to an organisation achieving results. At Palladium, we are driven by Positive Impact – the creation of enduring economic and social value. We combine our strategy execution and implementation expertise to assist organisations in achieving their Positive Impact strategy,” Managing Director of Strategy and Corporate Development at Palladium Christopher Hirst said.

Palladium said “in 2010, the Philippines was considered one of the most corrupt countries in the world, ranking 134 out of 178 countries on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index.”

“The institution decided to invest in improving its strategy and governance capabilities using the Balanced Scorecard framework,” Paladium said.

“As a result, in the six years preceding its application, the Army improved its net trust rating from 52% to 75% while also improving overall operational readiness from 67.6% to 73.0%. Audit findings have fallen over 50% per category while doctrine development time has been cut from 6 years to less than 1. The troops are happier as well with satisfaction averaging 3.9 out of 4, 1.8 points higher than 2010,” it added.

“I would like to thank the officers, enlisted men and women and civilian employees of Team Army for your unconditional support to enable us to be inducted in the Palladium Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame. I hope that his will inspire and motivate us some more in performing our mandate for the good of the service, for the sake of our country and for the glory of God. Mabuhay ang Hukbong Katihan ng Pilipinas,” said Philippine Army Commanding General Lieutenant General Rolando Joselito D. Bautista.