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Post Category: ‘Balanced Scorecards: Avoiding mistakes’

Do 70% of Balanced Scorecard project fail? NO!

A recent posting on LinkedIn casually referred to the “statistic” that “70% of balanced scorecard projects fail” Only 10 minutes …

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Do 70% of balanced scorecard fail? No and more reasons why…

I saw someone peddling the idea that 70% of  balanced scorecard projects fail.  A statistic that is somewhat distorted from …

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Best Practice Balanced Scorecard templates (They are asking the wrong questions)

I often see people asking for Balanced Scorecard templates and offers of templates. These might be OK for measures but …

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The Balanced Scorecard in the NHS and GP Practices: Oh no its not!

I was surprised to come across references to the King’s Fund research where they suggested that the new commissioning arrangements …

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What is a Balanced Scorecard, when everything gets called a balanced scorecard?

The problem when Everything gets called a balanced scorecard Mistakes to avoid: When every performance measurement approach is a “Balanced …

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Do not rename the learning and growth perspective on a balanced scorecard

So often I come across “balanced scorecards” that have re-named the learning and growth perspective as “people” or “employees”.  They …

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Simplistic Balanced Scorecards: Please don’t do it this way….

Back in 1997 whilst working with Bob Kaplan I asked him about his book, “The Balanced Scorecard” and wondered, “with …

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Case study: Balancing the drivers of strategy & change

Improving  the design and execution of strategy: Creating future organisational value Likely symptoms of problems Management by financial measures. By …

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