Strategy map

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A strategy map is a diagram that is used to document the primary strategic goals being pursued by an organization or management team.wikipedia
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Balanced scorecard

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It is an element of the documentation associated with the Balanced Scorecard, and in particular is characteristic of the second generation of Balanced Scorecard designs that first appeared during the mid-1990s.
Their second book, The Strategy Focused Organization, echoed work by others (particularly a book published the year before by Olve et al. in Scandinavia ) on the value of visually documenting the links between measures by proposing the "Strategic Linkage Model" or strategy map.

Third-generation balanced scorecard

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Organization

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A strategy map is a diagram that is used to document the primary strategic goals being pursued by an organization or management team.

Senior management

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A strategy map is a diagram that is used to document the primary strategic goals being pursued by an organization or management team.

Robert S. Kaplan

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Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton in 1996.

Performance management

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One of the big challenges faced in the design of Balanced Scorecard-based performance management systems is deciding what activities and outcomes to monitor.

Business process

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These four questions, one about finances, one about marketing, one about processes, and one about organizational development evolved quickly into a standard set of "perspectives" ("Financial", "Customer", "Internal Business Processes", "Learning & Growth").

Organization development

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These four questions, one about finances, one about marketing, one about processes, and one about organizational development evolved quickly into a standard set of "perspectives" ("Financial", "Customer", "Internal Business Processes", "Learning & Growth").

Harvard Business Review

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But very quickly it was realized that the perspective headings chosen only worked for specific organisations (small to medium-sized firms in North America - the target market of the Harvard Business Review), and during the mid to late 1990s papers began to be published arguing that other sets of headings would make more sense for specific organization types, and that some organisations would benefit from using more or less than four headings.

Learning analytics

During the decade of 2010, this definition of analytics has gone further to incorporate elements of operations research such as decision trees and strategy maps to establish predictive models and to determine probabilities for certain courses of action.

Strategic planning

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The organization may use a variety of methods of measuring and monitoring progress towards the strategic objectives and measures established, such as a balanced scorecard or strategy map.

Medieval: Total War

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The main campaign of Medieval: Total War involves the player choosing one of the fourteen playable factions and eventually leading them in conquest on the strategy map.

Strategic management

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Tools such as the balanced scorecard and strategy maps help crystallize the strategy, by relating key measures of success and performance to the strategy.

BSC SWOT

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It must be further developed and refined in order to be actionable, for instance by developing a Strategy map.

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It is especially designed to support the implementation, monitoring and control of Harvard Business School Kaplan and Norton's Balanced Scorecard theory, one organization will have a performance management accessed "in one click distance", through the continuous and systematic on-line monitoring regarding its strategy maps, which, besides stimulating the continuous organization improvement, also incentivizes to charge responsibilities for the obtained results.

Outcome mapping

These actions are filled in into a grid of tactics called in outcome mapping terminology a strategy map.

Frank Buytendijk

Part of the book on scenario planning and strategy maps is also available as a case study in the Harvard Business Review database.