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Unformatted text preview: were not used. Include objectives, action initiatives (based on the objectives), and performance measures. You need not restrict the scorecard to performance measures directly available in the annual report. Performance measures should be specific and measurable financial and non-financial. 3. Tie the scorecard elements to the desired behavior of managers/employees and discuss any unintended consequences that could result from using the element for performance evaluation. 4. Prepare a memo to the CEO presenting the scorecard, and justifying the objectives and performance measures in the scorecard....
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- Spring '11
- Cost Accounting