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Paul Arveson, SMP
founded the Balanced Scorecard Institute
as a Web site in 1998, and co-founded, along with Howard Rohm, the Institute as a training and consulting business in 2003.
Paul is a prolific contributor of online resources and is the lead instructor for the Institute's public workshops.
experience includes facilitating balanced scorecard and performance measurement workshops, information technology strategic planning, knowledge management, performance measurement, process improvement, and the application of computer systems engineering to practical business problems.
is a frequent speaker at government and industry workshops on strategic planning, balanced scorecards, and performance measurement.
Previously, Mr. Arveson was a research physicist in the Navy, a systems developer and consultant with NASDAQ, and a technology architect in the Office of Science at the U.S. Department of Energy under a contract with Stanley Associates, Inc.
efforts in monitoring technology acquisition saved the Government over a million dollars through cost avoidance and shared licensing of products.
also helped to reengineer the grants management process used for funding the research of the national laboratories.
Subsequently, Mr. Arveson
team won an IT Quality Award for "Management and Administrative Excellence".
Paul Arveson has a BS degree in Physics from Virginia Tech, a Master's degree in Computer Systems Management from the University of Maryland, and a CIO Certificate from the Information Resources Management College, National Defense University (U.S. Dept. of Defense).
Paul is also a Strategic Management Professional Pioneer for Association of Strategic Planning certification. Paul has authored numerous technical papers and presentations on many subjects.
He is a Fellow in the Washington Academy of Sciences and a member of the Institute for Management Consultants, the American Society for Quality, the American Society for Public Administration, and the American Society for Training and Development.