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Purchase Scorecard


To evaluate all the features in scorecard download the software and print the user guide

scorecard is for any organisation, world-wide and is a software facility for those who use the principles of the Balanced Scorecard


The purpose of scorecard:

  • to efficiently support the practical application of Balanced Scorecard principles at organisation, team and individual level;
  • to provide concise performance management reports;
  • to compare the performance of individuals, teams and business units;

scorecard is used: by performance management teams in any kind of organisation at organisation or business unit level where it is used to:

  • define and monitor the achievement of key objectives at various levels in an organisation - the organisation as a whole, its business units, teams and individuals;
  • compare the performance of business units, teams and individuals where the key objectives are the same.

scorecard's core framework:

  • reflects the Balanced Scorecard principles introduced by Kaplan and Norton;
  • up to 6 perspectives with upto 8 key objectives for each perspective;
  • measures, current performance, 'traffic light' targets, actual performance over last 4 periods and action points for each key objective;
  • effective senior team reports;
  • a SWOT feature to support strategic analysis and planning;
  • feature to compare business unit, team or individual perfrmance.

scorecard was launched: in 2005 as version 2.1 and upgraded in 2007 to version 3.1

a customised version of scorecard - Dashboard - has been developed for a Social Firms UK who are a partner


scorecard's software features:

  • 6 perspectives that can be customised to the strategy of an organisation with up to 8 key objectives being defined for each perspective - 6 perspectives have been found to be more practical than the 4 originally proposed by Kaplan and Norton;
  • a performance management screen for each key objectives which records the measures to be used, current baseline performance, and targets set on a traffic light approach. Actual performance over 4 periods can be measured in traffic light terms;
  • an overall Balanced Scorecard view of the performance, in 'traffic light' terms, of all perspectives and all key objectives;
  • a key objective performance report which can be ordered with the worst performing key objectives first;
  • a comprehensive action planning, monitoring and reporting feature allowing upto 5 action points for each key objective;
  • the option of working at team or even individual level with appropriate performance reports for individuals;
  • a feature to compare Balance Scorecard files. This is particularly useful for comparing Balanced Scorecard files where the key objectives are the same for either business units, teams or individuals. There is an output report showing comparison performance in MS Excel format.


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