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Balanced scorecard and sustainability: examples from literature and practice

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One of the most daunting problems in the Balanced Scorecard world is the absence of empirical evidence about its usefulness. Of course this question is key if one wants to explore the integration of environmental and social actions in the Balanced Scorecard. Through a critical look at the examples in the literature and some more in-depth cases constructed through interviews this report represents an effort in this direction. The reader should see this as a further step in the understanding of the problem rather than some kind of finished product. The idea was to point at the different solutions found as anecdotal evidence in a way to raise and analyze their strong and weak points. The conclusions of this discussion represent, quite simply, areas of reflection for interested scholars whether practicioners or academics.

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http://flora.insead.edu/fichiersti_wp/inseadwp2003/2003-30.pdf

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