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Chapter 11 Which of the following would not be an objective used in the customer perspective of the balanced scorecard approach?
Earnings per share.
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Which of the following is NOT one of the four perspectives measured in the balanced scorecard approach to control?
The balanced scorecard is a measurement of organizational performance in four equally important areas: finances, customers, internal operations, and innovation and learning
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Which one of these is not one of the four perspectives of the Balanced Scorecard approach?
Competitors
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Which of the following is NOT one of the four perspectives measured in the balanced scorecard approach to control? a. The bureaucratic perspective b. The customer perspective c. The innovation and learning perspective d. The internal business perspective e. The financial perspective
a. The bureaucratic perspective
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In the process of implementing the balanced scorecard approach at his company, operations manager Seth Howard wonders whether internal activities and processes add value for customers and shareholders. This involves which dimension of the balanced scorecard?
Internal business processes refers to internal business processes. Metrics based on this perspective allow the managers to know how well their business is running, and whether its products and services conform to customer requirements (the mission)
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The balanced scorecard approach to control
forces managers to set specific goals and measure performance in each four areas
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The hallmarks of a high performance corporate culture include A) a shared willingness to adapt core values and ethical standards to fit the changing requirements of an evolving strategy, use of a balanced scorecard approach to tracking company performance, and a gung-ho approach to discovering best practices. B) considerable political infighting that typically consumes a great deal of organizational energy, often with the result that what’s best for the company takes a backseat to political maneuvering. C) a “can-do” spirit, pride in doing things right, no-excuses accountability, and a pervasive results-oriented work climate where people go the extra mile to meet or beat stretch objectives. D) charismatic managerial leadership, a lean management bureaucracy, and a must-be-invented-here mindset. E) strong inclinations to adopt a wait-and-see posture, carefully analyze several alternative responses, learn from the missteps of early movers, and then move forward cautiously and conservatively with initiatives that are deemed safe.
C) a “can-do” spirit, pride in doing things right, no-excuses accountability, and a pervasive results-oriented work climate where people go the extra mile to meet or beat stretch objectives.
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The Balanced Scorecard approach to control emphasizes measurement of organizational performance in three equally important areas. These areas are finances, internal operations, and innovation and learning.
What is “balanced” in the balanced scorecard approach?
The emphasis on financial and non-financial performance measurements
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