FAS and the Balanced Scorecard Building a Data-Driven and Strategy-Focused Organization.
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FAS and the Balanced Scorecard Building a Data-Driven and Strategy-Focused Organization
How the BSC Works The Balanced Scorecard asks an organization to view their progress towards achieving their strategy through four perspectives: –People –Processes –Customers –Resources/Regulations
How the BSC Works (cont.) A Strategy Map is created, which identifies objectives within the four perspectives, and shows the cause and effect relationships between those objectives. Meaningful metrics are developed that measure progress towards achieving the objectives.
The FAS Balanced Scorecard Teams The Core Team: –Four members –Meeting weekly since 8/01 –Developed Strategy Map –Developing on-going Communication Plan to division –Lead activities, measurement development, and implementation –Trainers for Process Improvement
BSC teams (cont.) The BSC Planning Council: –VP, Managers reporting directly to AVP’s or VP, 2 other managers and Core Team –Meet quarterly –“Owners” of the process –Final approval for all recommendations made by Core Team –Assessment cycle: what do measures tell us; what changes need to be made.
The FAS Mission Statement "Finance and Administrative Services contributes to a total learning environment by providing student and employee support, financial and regulatory oversight, and infrastructure development and management for the campus community. We do this by sustaining the momentum of campus growth, delivering responsive customer service, building teamwork across divisions, and using data-driven decision making to achieve goals."