Dynamic Balanced Scorecard: Taking stock and looking ahead

Katz, Stefan Philipp; Grösser, Stefan (2015). Dynamic Balanced Scorecard: Taking stock and looking ahead In: 33d international Conference of the System Dynamics Society. Cambridge Massachusetts / USA. 19.-23.07.2015.

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The Dynamic Balanced Scorecard is an extension of the widely used Balanced Scorecard com-bining elements of the Balanced Scorecard method of Kaplan and Norton and System Dynam-ics. The objective of developing a Dynamic Balanced Scorecard is to provide practitioners with a method for formulating more robust strategies and achieve sustainable success. Research on the development of a Dynamic Balanced Scorecard is currently fragmented. Following a sys-tematic literature review we present the state of current research and elicit a typology of differ-ent Dynamic Balanced Scorecard designs. We subsequently compare the types to features de-rived from both the Balanced Scorecard and System Dynamics and identify elements in devel-opment and areas of lack thereof. The resulting conceptual model produces a standardization as basis for further development, expands on existing features and develops missing features of a Dynamic Balanced Scorecard.

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Katz, Stefan Philipp and
Grösser, Stefan0000-0003-3412-2711




Stefan Grösser

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09 Sep 2019 07:52

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