For the previous two articles in this series I have made it clear that you should NEVER do weighting of measures across your balanced scorecard. Never ever. It is a waste of time, trust me (and Trust Kaplan and Norton – see later). I have seen...
Following on from the previous post, where I said never do weighting across the measures of a balanced scorecard. Someone suggested that in the public sector there is a weighting process where measures are rated poor, average, good, and an overall score is given for...
There was a question on Linkedin where someone was asking how to do weightings across the measures of a balanced scorecard. My reaction: Never ever try – it is a waste of time. It is a pointless exercise that turns a meaningful report into an meaningless...
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