George wishes to thank Michael Contrada for his contributions to this month's column.

Scorecards, also called strategy, performance or balanced scorecards, are now ubiquitous. Scorecards are a primary means of translating strategy into action. They define, through measurement, the intent and purpose of strategic objectives and provide clarity to managers, staff and external observers on the meaning of performance for an organization.

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