Murad Salman Mirza, Author & Board MemberGlobal Diversity & Inclusion Foundation

The Business Partnership Life Cycle Scorecard (BPLCS) is an invaluable tool for assisting in the timely and effective oversight of the health of any partnerships  It is essentially a proactive measure for buffering against and, if needed, overcoming any potential/actual challenges that might derail key objectives and core expectations of all the parties concerned.  It is an exercise in calculated risk management that rewards the foresight of organizations with the humility and astuteness to learn well from their missteps to maximize their probability of success.  It is designed in a user-friendly manner and requires minimal effort in being able to apply it proficiently by a senior executive/designated representative. 



About the Author

Screenshot 2017-01-25 19.50.58.pngMurad Salman Mirza is an innovative thinker and an astute practitioner of areas within and associated with the fields of Organizational Development, Talent Management and Business Transformation. 

Murad has around 20 years of multi-disciplinary experience and successfully guided, trained and enabled organizations from services and manufacturing sectors in gaining competitive strategic and operational advantages through ingrained core values, cohesive corporate culture, fervent embrace of diversity and inclusion practices, responsive organizational design and structures, incisive organizational development interventions, engaged talent management initiatives, robust management systems, astute use of technology and an unrelenting focus on enhancing the delight factor for internal/external customers. 

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