Essentials of Balanced Scorecard. Essentials Series

  • ID: 2211960
  • Book
  • 244 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Full of valuable tips, techniques, illustrative real world examples, exhibits, and best practices, this handy and concise paperback will help you stay up to date on the newest thinking, strategies, developments, and technologies in balanced scorecard.

"This book provides the executive with a balanced view of the motivation, leadership, process, and technology required to enable Balanced Scorecard. Filled with examples and insights, it is a must read."
John V. Harker
Chairman and CEO, InFocus Corporation

"Balanced Scorecard can be a challenge to implement, especially in small companies. This book has mastered the art of communicating how to do it successfully in both small and large businesses as well as in government. Rich with content yet simple to read, understand, and, most importantly, implement this book makes Balanced Scorecard understandable and relevant to creating success."
Patrick M. Cox
Chairman and CEO, Qsent, Inc.

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1. Overview.

2. What Is Balanced Scorecard?

3. From Management to Performance Management.

4. Mission, Vision, Values: The Precursor to Balanced Scorecard.

5. Six Success Factors to Implementing Balanced Scorecard.

6. Success Factor One: Understand Self.

7. Success Factor Two: Understand the Balanced Scorecard Learning Cycle.

8. Success Factor Three: Know the Road Map for Implementation.

9. Success Factor Four: Treat Balanced Scorecard as a Project.

10. Success Factor Five: Use Technology as an Enabler.

11. Success Factor Six: Cascade the Scorecard.

12. Eleven Deadly Sins of Balanced Scorecard.

13. The Ultimate Partnership: Balanced Scorecard and Performance Management.



Suggested Readings.

Appendix: Informational Web Sites and Sample Vendor List.


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MOHAN NAIR is CEO of Emerge Inc., an advisory firm focused on strategy and corporate performance management. Identified as an "adventure capitalist," Nair has founded two companies, a venture capital firm, and has taken high profile executive roles in four high technology companies. Most recently, Nair served as Director, President, and Chief Operating Officer of ABC Technologies. He serves on several nonprofit boards including the AeA. For seven years, he taught as an adjunct professor at J.L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University of Chicago, and his articles have appeared in numerous publications including Byte Magazine, The Journal of Accounting and Finance, and The Journal of Cost and Performance Management. A highly requested speaker, Nair has been profiled or quoted in Forbes, Industry Week, Business Finance, and CNBC Asia. He is the author of Activity based Information Systems: An Executive s Guide to Implementation (Wiley).
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