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A Study on Development of Balanced Scorecard for Management Evaluation Using Multiple Attribute Decision Making

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Recently, most businesses have introduced a system for improving their responsibility to the customers in terms of job improvement. For example, small-quantity batch production increases cost but improve efficiency of management. Companies have been introduced the balanced scorecard to evaluate their management as part of improvement, while they suffer from many trials and errors. Many businesses still have difficulty in introducing balance scorecard concept in their process, but we suggest a method to successfully introduce the balance scorecard. This study aims to suggest a new performance measurement model reflecting relative importance of the key performance indicators for each factor. Our model is applied to several companies in real-world to validate the new model. Also, our study proposes a methodology for an adequate performance measurement using multiple attribute decision making.

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K. Yang, Y. Cho, S. Choi, J. Park and K. Kang, "A Study on Development of Balanced Scorecard for Management Evaluation Using Multiple Attribute Decision Making," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2010, pp. 268-272. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2010.33032.


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