Definition: Popularized by Robert Kaplan and David Norton, the Balanced Scorecard is a method for monitoring whether a company is meeting or will meet its strategic objectives. Key Performance Indicators (both lagging and leading) are broken into 4 areas of focus: Financial, Customers, Operational and People. These indicators are monitored on a regular basis and organized as a Scorecard for determining current company status.
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