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Post Category: ‘Strategy maps & mapping’

Symbolic strategy maps

Quite often a client will want to present their strategy as a simpler picture than the full, detailed one page …

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Strategy maps need a clear and explicit Business Model

Working with a client last year I placed a draft strategy map on the wall. Actually I placed their business …

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Mind the gap: The perils of strategy mapping

Mind The Gap

Strategy maps are a very visual tool.  So sometimes small details catch someone’s eye.  However, the picture might be saying …

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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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Strategy roll-out: Which part of the balanced scorecard elephant to eat first

A client recently asked an important question.  They are in the middle of strategy development and planning.  They want to …

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Your Balanced Scorecard’s Architecture

The importance of thinking through the balanced scorecard cascade to ensure you develop line of sight, and planning the overall architecture of your set of balanced scorecards…

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Using shareholder value or return at the top of a strategy map or balanced scorecard

Are you thinking of using shareholder return or shareholder value statements at the top of a strategy map or balanced …

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Strategy maps and balanced scorecards need an organisational purpose statement at the top

This post is about the structure of a strategy map and the importance of using a purpose or mission statement …

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Cascading balanced scorecards

How do you cascade a balanced scorecard?  Here are some simple rules that I use when when cascading balanced scorecards, …

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Strategy maps and the tangible future

Balanced scorecards need a strategy map to orientate them towards the strategy. Strategy maps need a tangible future to describe …

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