Company performance measurement applying balanced scorecard approach
This research was intended to know how the performance of corporate government (BUMN) in Bali on period 2014-2016. It was reviewed from balance scorecard perspective. It was for to the detection and measures performance. The research concluded (1) the performance was reviewed from financial perspective maximal yet. Due to still found ratios fluctuations, only cash ratio that experience enhanced (2) the performance has been reviewed from non-financial perspective was good perspective (maximal). It was seen from perspective of customer and employee, average achieve satisfied criteria, from average employee productivity level experiences enhanced and from value side manufacturing cycle efficiency more than one.
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