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Using the balanced scorecard as a strategic management

  1. 1. Prepared For: Mohammad Hannan MiahPrepared By:Khandker Sabbir Hasan 073656030Syed Mashhud Quader 1010792030Syed Shafquat Huq 0910337030Syeda Tubla Tasneem 083194530Tahia Asad 0930544530
  2. 2. OUTLINE Balanced scorecard Translating the vision Communicating and linking Business Planning Feedback and Learning
  3. 3. FINANCIALBalanced ScorecardEnables companies to track financialresults while simultaneously buildcapabilities and acquire intangible VISION & INTERNAL CUSTOMER BUSINESSassets from three additional STRATEGY PROCESSperspectives those of customers, internal business processes and LEARNING learning and growth AND GROWTH
  4. 4. Balanced Scorecard It is discovered as the cornerstone of a new strategic management system It addresses a serious deficiency in traditional management system: their inability to link a company’s long term strategy with its short term actions
  5. 5. The balanced scorecard replies on fourprocesses to bind short-term activities tolong-term objectives: TRANSLATING COMMUNICATING BUSINESS FEEDBACK AND THE VISION AND LINKING PLANNING LEARNING
  6. 6. TRANSLATING THE VISION
  7. 7. COMMUNICATING AND LINKING
  8. 8. BUSINESS PLANNING
  9. 9. FEEDBACK AND LEARNING
  10. 10. Scorecard supplies a framework and focuseson many critical management processes: Departmental Business Capital and individual planning allocations goal setting Strategic Feedback and initiatives learning
  11. 11. Translating the VisionOutlines what the organization wants to be For a vision to be successful:  expressed as an integrated set of objectives and measures.  agreed upon by all senior executives.  describe the long-term drivers of success.
  12. 12. Translating the Vision Should address to four perspectives:  Customers  Financial  Internal Business Process  Learning and Growth
  13. 13. Communicating and Linking To align employees’ individual performances scorecard users engage in three activities:• Communicating and educating• Setting goals and• Linking reward to performance measures
  14. 14. The personal scorecardThe scorecard contains threelevels of information: Corporate objectives Translating corporate targets Individuals and teams articulate with business units ad corporate objectives
  15. 15. Feedback and Learning: “I can continually test my strategy. Its like performing real time research.” Single Loop not sufficient enough, nowadays strategists must become capable for double loop. However it does have some shortcomings.  Tools address performance from one perspective  It does not involve strategic learning
  16. 16. Feedback and Learning: Balance scorecard supplies three elements essential for strategic planning:  Articulates the companies vision  Supplies the essential strategic feedback system  Scorecard facilitates the strategy review
  17. 17. How one companylinked measuresfrom the fourperspectives
  18. 18. Strategic learning makes the balance scorecard unique from any other and is an invaluable asset in making a new strategic system.
  19. 19.  Companies nowadays are using scorecard to:  Clarify and update strategy  Communicate strategy through out the company  Align unit and individual goals with the strategy  Link strategic objectives to long term targets and annual budgets  Identify and align strategic initiatives  Conduct periodic performance reviews
  20. 20. How to built a strategic management system1. Clarify the Vision.2. Communicate to middle managers and develop business unit scorecards.3. Eliminate nonstrategic investments and launch corporate change programs.4. Review business unit scorecards5. Refine the vision
  21. 21. How to built a strategic management system6. Communicate the balanced scorecard and establish individual performance objectives.7. Update long range plan and budget.8. Conduct monthly and quarterly reviews.9. Conduct annual strategy review10. Link everyone’s performance to balanced scorecard.
  22. 22. Thank you Any Questions

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