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After another question about “calculating the scorecard index” I understood that some of our clients don’t have a clear understanding of the math that stands behind a KPI, its performance, and the scorecard. I decided to create a “101”level presentation that explains the basics of KPI from the mathematical point of view:
It is based on the article:
http://www.bscdesigner.com/scorecardandkpis101.htm
Reviewed topics are:
 Calculating the performance using “min” and “max” of an indicator;
 Using linear and nonlinear functions for the performance;
 Calculating the progress from the baseline towards target;
 Introduction of the indicator “weight” to reflect a relevant importance of an indicator;
 Calculating the total performance index of the scorecard.
Please, share your thoughts about the scorecards as a tool:
 For what task do you use them?
 Do you define the relevant importance of indicators on the scorecard?
 Do you calculate and use the total performance index?
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