The Balanced Scorecard is a popular management framework designed to help organisations to implement strategy more effectively.
The framework was developed initially in the 1980's by Art Schneiderman but owes its current popularity to the books and articles of two US based academics in the 1990s - Robert Kaplan and David Norton - and their publisher, the Harvard Business Review.
Over the last 25 years the framework has developed and evolved to become better, and is now a well understood, robust and reliable management tool. The resources in this section provide insights into both what the Balanced Scorecard is, how it can be used, and how it links to other management frameworks. The resources reflect 2GC's experience and expertise in Balanced Scorecard design and implementation.
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