Balanced Scorecard Template

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This Excel Workbook contains several templates to help you develop a Balanced Scorecard.

Templates are commonly used as a tool to assist in building the Balanced Scorecard. For example, we can use a template to construct the Strategic Map for each Strategic Theme. This Excel Workbook contains several templates to help you develop a Balanced Scorecard. The templates are clean, simple spreadsheets that you can modify easily. Additionally, the templates are arranged in sequence according to the flow of the development process. Templates 1 through 14 are used to help design the Balanced Scorecard while templates 15 through 18 are for information purposes only.

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