TOOL: Effective Scoreboards & Scorecards Outline

One-page summary that can be used with your team to align them around the why, what, and how of effective scoreboards and scorecards. Next steps include worksheets to inventory and evaluate your current state of scorekeeping and designing the future.

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Contact us for this one-page outline that supports developing better scoreboards and scorecards including how to avoid the 16 reasons they don't always create the results we were expecting

This simple outline can help you align your team and prepare them for the next steps:

  1. Current state inventory of your scorekeeping at all levels
  2. Evaluation for alignment with your current stage of growth and strategies
  3. Future state design (if required)
  4. Implementation
  5. Management
  6. Continuous Improvement


An experienced and unbiased 3rd party can be a valuable resource for objective evaluation, helping align your team, and designing the future state to support your vision. 

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