What is the correct scope and scale to describe an organization’s ideal performance management framework? Is it a narrow one that just has visual dashboards and improved financial reporting? Or is it a broad one like the closed-loop management system diagram recently proposed by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton in “Mastering the Management System,” published by the Harvard Business Review, which arguably captured their life’s contribution to applying business methods?


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