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Balanced scorecards provide a holistic view of an organization’s site, program, department, team or employee performance. Rather than analyzing individual key performance indicators (KPIs), a balanced scorecard measures financial, customer, and internal processes along with learning and growth perspectives.
A balanced scorecard is ultimately a shorthand name for a particular performance management tool. Organizations can use these tools to monitor and evaluate the performance of the various aspects of a business, such as quality, service, customer satisfaction and cost.
Contact centers have always been data-driven. In fact, sometimes, the problem is less about getting the data than understanding how to use the data to gauge performance. Regardless of the channel and vertical, contact centers typically have many KPIs from varying reports and often different reporting platforms.
Driving high-performance levels for each of these KPIs while ensuring the alignment of organization members is a delicate balancing act. The effective deployment of a scorecard can help organizations achieve this balance.
We examine the organizational benefits of a balanced scorecard in three-part series:
– What to consider when developing a scorecard
– How to best use scorecards within your operation
Proper, effective, and intentional design and usage of a balanced scorecard can help organizations realize many benefits. These benefits may well materialize both quantitatively and qualitatively.