May 06, 2010

Recommendation the useful books of Balanced Scorecard and Strategy Map Readiness.

I would like to recommend useful books to help you more clearly understand both Balanced Scorecard and Strategy Map Readiness.

1. The Balanced Scorecard: Translating strategy into action by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton.

Balanced Scorecard: Translating strategy into action

This book explains in-deep details how to measure business strategy of Balanced Scorecard which are Financial, customer, internal-business-process and Learning and Growth Perspective.

I hope this book can help you more understand how to draw the strategy map.

You can read this book online follow the link below:

2. Strategy maps: converting intangible assets into tangible outcomes by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton.


This book  can help you understand how to transfer the set of strategic processes into Strategic Readiness Map for Information Capital.It has a chapter of Information Capital Readiness (Chapter 9) which provides brief descriptions of Information Capital categories such as Transformational Application, analytic Application and so on.

You can read this book online follow the link below:

P.s. Some pages cannot be read due to the copyright. But there are some books in our Library.

I hope these books will help you can do PMA easier.

Good Luck

Chutima Thairungroj

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  1. Thanks, they have been helpful :)

    06 May 2010, 17:41

  2. Dear Cynthia Ihebuzor

    It’s my pleasure, I’m very glad these are useful for you

    06 May 2010, 22:40

  3. Hi guys,
    it would be easier just to download the journal called “having trouble with your strategy? then map it. this journal is very easy to understand and has enough detail to help you do your PMA, as im sure all the Kaplan and norton books have been checked out of the library.

    its a harvard business review journal


    07 May 2010, 00:48

  4. On strategy map Book, you can read online on the page 29-31. it’s quite ok to read thru them. Because It is a few pages :P

    Hope it helps

    08 May 2010, 01:52

  5. Ran

    Thanks you all guys.
    PS: I have finished the pma finanly, quite interesting:)

    09 May 2010, 13:56

  6. Thanks a lot, the second book looks quite helpful@@.Kaplan and Norton these two guys kept my company all the way from my first degree in accouting till now.whatever topic I was researching, they always showed up in some way.cant live without them

    24 Apr 2011, 13:12

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