Finance

The Balanced Score Card (BSC)

Overview The Balanced Score Card is a framework introduced by Norton and Kaplan in 1992 to facilitate the companies with balancing different major and influential perspectives in both external and internal contexts. It concerns for four major perspectives and those perspectives are as follows; Financial Perspective Internal business perspective Customer perspective Learning and growth perspective Defining Balanced Score Card Since the introduction in 1992, the Balanced Score Card has been widely used by many organizations for its capability of enabling…

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Financial Analysis and Management

Introduction The decisions associated to investments are one of the most important decisions an organization has to make. Making investments is one of the main methods of increasing shareholders wealth (Warren, 2013).

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