Volume 2 Number 1 Year - 2008

Number of articles: 9



BALANCED SCORECARD AS AN ADVANCED MANAGEMENT CONCEPT WITHIN THE INTEGRATED QUALITY MANAGEMENT MODEL

Authors: S. Zivojinovic, T. Petrovic, A. Stanimirovic

Abstract: The significance of >Integratedquality management< (IQM) model, originating form St.Gallen-model, is reflected in the need for synergic application of new and advanced concepts of management theory and practise. Balanced score card (BSC) within IQM model becomes a catalyst of business success for a modern organization by focusing on organizational variables-business strategy, organization structure and corporate culture. BSC is the leading system of performance tracking and strategy implementation, consistent with other management concepts and methods for managing process improvement. Through BSC, IQM processes' activities correlate with organization business results. BSC management processes enable integration of all decision-making levels, from institutional via strategic to operative, in the process starting from planing, i.e. formulating and implementation of strategy, to feed back by performance measurement and control.

Keywords: strategy, management, integration, concept, quality

Article info: pp. 51-58

Recieved: 21.09.2007  Accepted: 19.12.2007  UDC: 005.21   Downloads: 649


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