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Date: Oct 7, 2008 

Building Strategy - Focused Organizations with the Balanced Scorecard


In today’s competitive environment, financial measures are not enough to gauge performance. Organizations, both for-profit and nonprofit, need to develop a Balanced Scorecard approach to measure objectives and targets and develop strategy. But developing strategy is not sufficient—the challenge lies in implementing it.

The Balanced Scorecard, a new management approach, supplements financial measures with non-financial measures related to customers, internal processes, and learning and growth objectives. We will next discuss how to use this approach to successfully implement strategy using a Balanced Scorecard strategy map—a framework for organizing measures and objectives into a coherent strategy.

Case studies will be presented such as Mobil and the Boston Lyric Opera to show how organizations can use a customized Balanced Scorecard strategy map to close the management gap between vision and implementation and successfully implement strategy throughout their organizations. Strategy is driven down to the front lines and back up to management so that all employees can understand and help implement it.

Understand the Balanced Scorecard approach.

Apply the Balanced Scorecard approach to your organization.

Understand how to become strategically focused.

Design a Balanced Scorecard strategy map for your organization.

Implement the Balanced Scorecard strategy approach throughout your organization.

 

     

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