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Post Category: ‘Balanced scorecard design’

Balanced Scorecards as steering wheels

As you browse the web or read articles you will come across various “Balanced Scorecards” that are represented as steering …

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The one test of a useful Balanced Scorecard

In my role as a Strategy and Performance Consultant, I see a lots of ‘balanced scorecards’.  In over 20 years, …

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Milestones and activities are not measures: but they are still useful

I was listening to my colleague and friend, Stacey Barr this week.  In her seminar, she was making it very …

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The Balanced Scorecard and Strategic Goals

A recent LinkedIn question was from a strategy manager wanting to use a ‘strategic goal’ but unsure how this fitted …

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Don’t just manage what you can measure: Measure what you want to manage.

Balanced Scorecard principles: Measure what you want to manage: So often you will hear: “What gets measured gets managed”. I …

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Does the Balanced Scorecard need to consider financial capital in the Learning & Growth perspective?

The question A recent question on a Linkedin forum was, “Does the BSC need to explicitly consider the financial capital …

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Cascading balanced scorecards for meaningful measures & KPIs

If you have ever tried to cascade measures in a balanced scorecard you have a problem that is common to …

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Effective KPI development

Recently I ran a KPI development workshop for a Public Sector client.  The feedback was interesting: “Seeing the whole picture …

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Whose Balanced Scorecard is it?

Working with a management team the other day, they showed me their recently created “Balanced Scorecard”. As is fairly common …

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Public Sector Strategy map and balanced scorecard: doing it properly

Let me ask you three questions about your Public Sector balanced scorecard: 1) What categories of measures are you using …

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