The methodology known as the balanced scorecard is a system that is responsible for strategic planning as well as management of any organization. It is extensively used in many facets of economic production, including businesses, government and organizations that are of the non-profit kind all throughout the world. These organizations utilize the balanced scorecard methodology so they can align their business activities with the vision and objectives of their group. In a financial sense, this could also spell out greater savings for the company in terms of production cost as well as a higher increase in profits. This savings and interest benefit is the end result of a company ‘s utilization of balanced scorecards when they strive to improve both internal and external communications, monitor the performance of their people and production against their strategic goals, and come up with a better product or service for their consumers or end users.
By using financial measures, the balanced scorecard is able to retain much of the original system it is grounded upon. While it is able to measure performance runs of the different facets of the organization, it is clearly undeniable that it makes such a huge financial impact on the organization, as people are able to save on their movements, save on their resources (based on the results of the performance measures) in order to come up with more efficient systems that can turn out better quality results in half the time (or twice as much the results) so more people can enjoy their products and services, thus leading to an increase or a spike in the income generating sector of the organization.