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Balanced Scorecards and Operational Dashboards with Microsoft Excel

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Learn to maintain and update scorecards and dashboards with Excel

Balanced Scorecards and operational dashboards measure organizational performance and Microsoft Excel is the tool used worldwide to create these scorecards and dashboards. This book covers time-proven step-by-step processes on how to guide executive teams and managers in creating scorecards and dashboards. It
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ebook, 480 pages
Published January 9th 2013 by Wiley (first published December 1st 2008)
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Katie
Challenged with beginning an Excel-based dashboard, I scoured the web for free resources, including tutorials. Limited with Excel 2003 with my employer, the difficulty was finding tools compatible with both 2003 and 2010 (the upgrade scheduled 10 months later).

Balanced Scorecards and Operational Dashboards provides techniques in both 2003 and 2007 (essentially compatible with 2010), and it also describes limitations in non-compatibility issues.

Looking for the sample files, I found myself contact
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Daniel
This is a good overview book if you wanted to know about balanced scorecards but didn't really want to buy a book just on that topic, or go through an expensive consulting arrangement. It tries to provide a practical view of where to start and why balanced scorecard can be useful. The Excel parts also make practical in implementation especially if you don't have a large BI implementation and the team to support it.

It is also a number of good references that will explain more information in detai
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Liz
So, I mostly scanned this book because it is so focused operational dashboards ( and I am working on an executive dashboard) and how to create the dashboard using Excel. BUt there are so good recommendations that can be applied to other dashboards that are not operational and not created in Excel. Chapter three and twelve both have some good general dashboard advice.
Vivian-uyên
Excellent book describing the need for a scorecard. But, the title is misleading. This book doesn't teach you how to build a robust and dynamic scorecard with Excel. The few tips provided in the book are basic.
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