The Balanced Scorecard at Futura Industries - When the president of this aluminum manufacturing company says, "We need great people, not just great machines," she really means it. Focusing on development of employees using a scorecard matrix, the company increased revenues 50% without adding personnel from 1996 to 1999.
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