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Between your Balanced Scorecard Meetings

Posted May 26, 2010 9:12 AM by Ted Jackson

Many organizations have created a Balanced Scorecard, but they don't know how to use it. Some just use their scorecard as an annual strategy planning tool. Others will create a report each year based on the results. Some organizations even have strategy review meetings on a monthly or quarterly basis. These organizations see results and have success in executing their strategy. One of the keys to keeping the strategy alive and at the center of the management process is to interact with the strategy throughout the year, and not just at the strategy review meetings.

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Leadership vs. Management

Posted May 11, 2010 11:16 AM by Dylan Miyake

There's been a lot of writing on the importance of leadership in an organization. There have also been volumes written about the importance of management. But one of the critical issues -- how management and leadership intersect -- hasn't been dealt with to any great depth. A few years ago, Bob Kaplan wrote an article for the Balanced Scorecard Report called "Lead and Manage Your Organization with the Balanced Scorecard."

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