Ascendant Strategy Mangement

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  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    Balanced Scorecards For Association

    Not-for-profit association faces tremendous challenges for successful performance. Unlike their for-profit sister organization, not-for-profit association business and governance model and decision-making authority are often much more diffused and ambiguous. Organizational performance in associations may be subject to as many unwritten business rules as it is to written procedures. Association consistency...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    The Mission Driven Strategy Map

    The cornerstone to an effective Balanced Scorecard, or any strategic measurement system, is to identify strategic priorities and clarify the cause and effect linkages among them. Too many organization become bogged down with a serial list of goals without an understanding of their relationship to one another, making it impossible...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Balanced Scorecards For Foundations

    The Balanced Scorecard was developed by Drs.Robert Kaplan and David Norton in 1992 to address a simple need: a more complete and balanced view of organizational performance. The result of their research was a recommendation to shift focus from strictly backward-looking financial results to a more balanced system that monitors...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Becoming A Strategy-Focused Organization

    The Balanced Scorecard defines the critical objectives, measures, and initiative that describe an organization's strategy. The power of the Balanced Scorecard, however, comes in its use, not its development. The Strategy-Focused Organization is a framework for using the balanced scorecard to drive breakthrough results. For their second book on the...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    The Balanced Scorecard: A Strategic Chart Of Accounts

    The Balanced Scorecard is the "strategic chart of accounts" for organization that focus on strategy. It captures both the financial and the non-financial elements of an organization's strategy, and discusses the cause and effect relationship that drive business results. The Balanced Scorecard allows, for the first time, an organization to...

    Provided By Ascendant Strategy Mangement

  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    Balanced Scorecards For Association

    Not-for-profit association faces tremendous challenges for successful performance. Unlike their for-profit sister organization, not-for-profit association business and governance model and decision-making authority are often much more diffused and ambiguous. Organizational performance in associations may be subject to as many unwritten business rules as it is to written procedures. Association consistency...

    Provided By Ascendant Strategy Mangement

  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Balanced Scorecards For Foundations

    The Balanced Scorecard was developed by Drs.Robert Kaplan and David Norton in 1992 to address a simple need: a more complete and balanced view of organizational performance. The result of their research was a recommendation to shift focus from strictly backward-looking financial results to a more balanced system that monitors...

    Provided By Ascendant Strategy Mangement

  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Becoming A Strategy-Focused Organization

    The Balanced Scorecard defines the critical objectives, measures, and initiative that describe an organization's strategy. The power of the Balanced Scorecard, however, comes in its use, not its development. The Strategy-Focused Organization is a framework for using the balanced scorecard to drive breakthrough results. For their second book on the...

    Provided By Ascendant Strategy Mangement

  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    The Balanced Scorecard: A Strategic Chart Of Accounts

    The Balanced Scorecard is the "strategic chart of accounts" for organization that focus on strategy. It captures both the financial and the non-financial elements of an organization's strategy, and discusses the cause and effect relationship that drive business results. The Balanced Scorecard allows, for the first time, an organization to...

    Provided By Ascendant Strategy Mangement

  • White Papers // May 2008

    The Mission Driven Strategy Map

    The cornerstone to an effective Balanced Scorecard, or any strategic measurement system, is to identify strategic priorities and clarify the cause and effect linkages among them. Too many organization become bogged down with a serial list of goals without an understanding of their relationship to one another, making it impossible...

    Provided By Ascendant Strategy Mangement