There is a generally acknowledged dearth of metrics for effectively measuring organizational performance. This is particularly true of the IT function, whose contribution to a firm’s “bottom line” has been frequently called to question. This paper describes the development of a performance measurement tool called the Balanced Scorecard, which can be used to assess IT performance within the context of overall corporate strategy and financial performance. Data for the scorecard was obtained via a survey of senior IT executives in various organizations. The paper concludes with a set of guidelines for successfully implementing an IT Balanced Scorecard, as well as potential pitfalls to avoid in the process.
Addo, Theophilus B.A.; Chow, Chee W.; and Haddad, Kamal M.
"Development of an IT Balanced Scorecard,"
Journal of International Technology and Information Management: Vol. 13
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/jitim/vol13/iss4/1
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