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Balanced Scorecard

4 perspectives of the Balanced Scorecard

The Balanced Scorecard technique of Kaplan and Norton is a planned approach, and performance management system, that facilitates organizations to transform a company's vision and strategy into execution, working from 4 perspectives: 

1. Financial perspective.

2. Business process perspective.

3. Learning and growth perspective.

4. Customer perspective.

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Advantages of the Balanced Scorecard

Kaplan and Norton state the subsequent benefits of the usage of the Balanced Scorecard: 

Maintain the focus of the whole organization on the few important things that are required to create breakthrough performance.

It helps to combine several corporate programs. Like: re-engineering, quality, and customer service initiatives.

Breaking down strategic actions towards lower levels, so that operators, unit managers, and employees can see what's necessary at their level to attain excellent overall performance. 

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