Congratulation to the City of Tamarac for winning the 2013 Palladium Balanced Scorecard Hall Of Fame For Executing Strategy. It’s a pleasure and honor to work with you in your journey to excellence.
David Harrawood, President
BOSTON, Oct. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Palladium Group is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony recognized fifteen organizations that have achieved dramatic performance outcomes through outstanding strategy execution.
The ceremony honoring award winners opened Palladium’s annual Global Summit, taking place in Boston on October 30-31, 2013.
The Hall of Fame award honors organizations that have achieved excellence in strategy execution through the use of the Balanced Scorecard, the world’s preeminent strategy management system. This framework was first published twenty years ago by co-creators Drs. Robert Kaplan and David Norton, founders of the Palladium Group, and has been used successfully in corporations, government entities, and non-profits. Past honorees constitute 179 organizations from 35 countries around the world, including Cisco Systems, Merck, Infosys Technologies, the FBI, Volkswagen do Brasil, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico. Winners are selected from an applicant pool based on the quality of the Balanced Scorecard implementation and the results they received over a period of at least two years.
Each year, Hall of Fame inductees are profiled in a report published by Harvard Business Publishing.
City of Tamarac – The Florida city of Tamarac’s motto is “Committed to Excellence…Always” and as such is determined to become a high performance organization. Over the last few decades, a significant change in the median age created new service needs. Tamarac’s city manager decided to employ the Balanced Scorecard to streamline operations and deliver services to all segments of the population in the most cost-effective way. Since implementing the Balanced Scorecard, Tamarac has achieved higher resident satisfaction with city services, improvements to division and department performance, a strong financial outlook, and increased engagement of the workforce.