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Category Archives: Balanced Score Card

DOSSIER – Méthode BALANCED-SCORECARD ou comment intégrer un pilotage par processus – Tout pour manager

Le principe du Balanced Scorecard ou tableau de bord prospectif (TBP) est avant tout une méthode de construction de tableaux de bord incluant non seulement les éléments financiers traditionnels, mais également des indicateurs clefs de leur mise en œuvre.

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Norton et Kaplan ont identifié quatre étapes fondamentales dans le choix et la mise en place du TBP :
– La formalisation de la stratégie de l’entreprise
– La définition des indicateurs (permettant de visualiser les points-clefs de la stratégie),
– Le calcul des indicateurs,
– La mise en place d’une stratégie de management autour du TBP.

DOSSIER – Méthode BALANCED-SCORECARD ou comment intégrer un pilotage par processus – Tout pour manager

Ce dossier va vous permettre de vous familiariser avec les grands principes du modèle BSC mais aussi et surtout de comprendre pourquoi un projet de pilotage doit, pour être fonctionnel et opérationnel, intégrer les 3 axes fondamentaux décrits ci après. Préalable Les tableaux de bord, les méthodes analytiques, les principes de reporting classiques, qui prennent …

Putting the Balanced Scorecard to Work

Innovation and Improvement :
The innovation and learning objectives are intended to drive improvement in financial, customer, and internal process performance. At Rockwater, such improvements came from product and service innovation that would create new sources of revenue and market expansion, as well as from continuous improvement in internal work processes.

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The first objective was measured by percent revenue from new services and the second objective by a continuous improvement index that represented the rate of improvement of several key operational measures, such as safety and rework. But in order to drive both product/service innovation and operational improvements, a supportive climate of empowered, motivated employees was believed necessary. A staff attitude survey and a metric for the number of employee suggestions measured whether or not such a climate was being created. Finally, revenue per employee measured the outcomes of employee commitment and training programs.

Putting the Balanced Scorecard to Work

What do companies like Rockwater, Apple Computer, and Advanced Micro Devices have in common ? They’re using the scorecard to measure performance and set strategy.

The Balanced Scorecard : Measures That Drive Performance

The Incredible Power of Company-Wide Goal Alignment & Organizational Business Goals

If your company is like many other small and mid-sized businesses, your employees represent both your organization’s biggest line item expense, and your most valuable asset. This means your company’s productivity-and ultimately, its profitability-depend on making sure all of your workers perform up to their full potential.

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The need to effectively leverage the skills of employees is even more critical for small and mid-sized firms since most simply cannot compete with large companies when it comes to technology, physical infrastructure, or financial resources. To survive in today’s marketplace, small to mid-sized businesses like yours must find ways to be smarter, more productive, and more cohesive than their larger competitors.

The Balanced Scorecard : Measures That Drive Performance

The balanced scorecard tracks all the important elements of a company’s strategy—from continuous improvement and partnerships to teamwork and global scale. And that allows companies to excel.