Egelsbach Private Investigations' Balanced Financial Scorecard

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Balanced Score Card Egelsbach Private Investigations Balanced Score Card Financial An organization's financial plan holds a wide range of activities which makes it paramount for inclusion in the balance score card (Khurana & Nohria, 2008). It is through finances that the corporation will be in a position to increase its sustainability through innovation, marketing and shareholder maintenance. The finances of the corporation will be targeted to increase the company's capital base with the aim to acquire technologically advanced equipments. Further though this may not be embraced by shareholders, the finances will be used to market the company and its services. This will see the corporation earn a presence in the market and be able to make know the services it offers. The Marketing despite being a high cost venture is considered to be a profound way to gain substantial market share (Shahin & Mahbod, 2007). The cost of capital is relatively high; additional capital will thus be raised through targeting high revenues and thus profits and also recouping most of the profits. Management team charged with the responsibility of investing in capital and raising revenues shall also oversee dividend distribution to shareholders. The management will also evaluate the prospect of return on capital to investment made. This evaluation will direct and advice decision making and whether they target the corporations Vision, Mission and Strategy. Capital item consideration will be

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