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Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Balanced Scorecard Report", 2001

Abstract

Almost everyone agrees on the value of the Balanced Scorecard for mapping an organization''s strategy. But a proper implementation can take time--especially for organizations that haven''t yet articulated their strategy. A team of BSCol consultants have developed a new approach, one that combines the widely-used SWOT methodology (analyzing Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) with the BSC perspectives to jump- start an organization''s strategy map and scorecard development. The Collaborative''s Terry Brown and Lennart Norberg outline the novel but successful strategy.

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Abstract

Almost everyone agrees on the value of the Balanced Scorecard for mapping an organization''s strategy. But a proper implementation can take time--especially for organizations that haven''t yet articulated their strategy. A team of BSCol consultants have developed a new approach, one that combines the widely-used SWOT methodology (analyzing Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) with the BSC perspectives to jump- start an organization''s strategy map and scorecard development. The Collaborative''s Terry Brown and Lennart Norberg outline the novel but successful strategy.

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