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Chapter 13, Problem 15DQ
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Identify and explain three methods for achieving strategic alignment.

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Identify and explain three methods for achieving strategic alignment.

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Strategic alignment: Creating and implementing strategy are two important factors for the success of balance scorecard. The balance scorecard is designed to induce “organizational change” and for this change to get implemented employees should be completely informed about the strategy, employees should share ownership of measures, targets, objectives and initiatives...

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