Most of my clients have a Balanced Scorecard. But even if it is perfectly completed with solid objectives, it is not worth much if you and I do not execute properly.
Kaplan and Norton conducted surveys in 1996 and again in 2006 about the state of strategy execution – as reported in their book The Execution Premium – Linking Strategy to Operations for Competitive Advantage (2008).
Their most important finding: having a formal strategy execution system made success two to three times more likely than not having a system. read more »keywords: balanced scorecard, organisation, planning and execution, strategy of execution