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Authors: Robert S Kaplan
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Balanced Scorecard Report", 2005

Abstract

More than 20 years ago, two McKinsey partners shook the business world with In Search of Excellence, an exposition of the firm''s 7-S Model (strategy, structure, systems, skills, staff, style, and superordinate goals), which became a modern classic. Conceived and designed independently of each other, the 7-S Model and the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) share much in common, says Robert Kaplan. In fact, he argues, the BSC actually enhances the 7-S Model. It not only serves as the system 7-S calls for, but it also integrates the other six S''s; it''s the glue that ties them together for effective strategy execution.

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Abstract

More than 20 years ago, two McKinsey partners shook the business world with In Search of Excellence, an exposition of the firm''s 7-S Model (strategy, structure, systems, skills, staff, style, and superordinate goals), which became a modern classic. Conceived and designed independently of each other, the 7-S Model and the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) share much in common, says Robert Kaplan. In fact, he argues, the BSC actually enhances the 7-S Model. It not only serves as the system 7-S calls for, but it also integrates the other six S''s; it''s the glue that ties them together for effective strategy execution.

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