See attachment below 1.Create a Balanced Scorecard for your organization which is Palantir.  (Make sure to talk about each 4 areas and

See attachment below

1.Create a Balanced Scorecard for your organization which is Palantir.  (Make sure to talk about each 4 areas and develop KPIs and Metrics.

See this example on how it explains balance Scorecard:

 

Short answers.

 

51.  What are 3 short term objectives of your organization and at least one functional tactic for each objective?

 

52.  What is your Company’s Organizational Structure AND discuss why this is the best fit for your organization?

 

53.  Describe the organizational Culture of your company.  How can leadership improve in the culture?

 

54.   State AND provide an example of 2 of the 4 types of strategic control.

 

55.   Develop a Dashboard for the CEO to follow to measure key indicators daily to see if your strategy is tracking or if you need to adjust.

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