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Unformatted text preview: encies 3-37 Financial Perspective
• Shareholder value
• Increased market share
• Reduced operating expenses
• Higher asset turnover 3-38 Potential Limitations of the Balanced Scorecard
• Lack of a clear strategy
• Limited or ineffective executive sponsorship
• Too much emphasis on financial measures
rather than non-financial measures
• Poor data on actual performance
• Inappropriate links to scorecard measures to
• Inconsistent or inappropriate terminology
Read Chapter 4 Case Study – Robin Hood: Pages C2-C3 Email MS Word file to Teacher by Monday, February 17, by 5:00 pm. 1. What business is Robin Hood’s organization in? (10-25) 2. What strategic problems does Robin Hood have? (50-75) 3. What is the role of the organizational leader as strategist and articulator of
global goals? (30-50) 4. What are some issues in this organization’s external environment? (30-50) 5. What is the relationship of the organization’s internal structure to its
environment? (30-50) 6. How do group values or culture influence strategy making? (30-50) 7. What strategy can Robin Hood implement? (30-50)
Case Study #1 Robin Hood: Pages C-2-C3
On your paper, include: Your name Class # Keuka ID Assignment name “Merck Case Study” Teacher’s name
Typed paper, double spaced. Bring to class on Tuesday, February 18.
Email MS Word file to Teacher before Monday, February 17, 5:00 pm.
Email subject: 2011A, Keuka ID, Name
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2014 for the course BUS 444 taught by Professor Lynn during the Spring '11 term at Keuka.
- Spring '11