Strategija be rodiklių.
Author s : Daunorienė, Asta; Zdanytė, Kristina; Žekevičienė, Alma Abstract: Many institutions of higher education performing not only functions of specific knowledge transfer and skills shaping, but also providing basics of general education and forming character, moral and intellectual and social maturity of strategija be rodiklių young person Šiugždiene,constantly compete among themselves while striving to meet needs of organizations performing in dynamic market.
Tyrimų, bandymų ir kalibravimo laboratorijų kompetencijai keliami bendrieji reikalavimai
Considering changes in requirements institutions of higher education constantly improve their performance and design future perspectives by setting long-term strategic objectives. Certainly the role and importance of strategy is growing rapidly in institutions of higher education.
Different scientists from all over the world treat meaning of the strategy differently. Kaplan and Norton define strategy as a set of hypotheses about causes and outcomes. Subsequently strategy is referred as a particular series of statements "if These statements show what kind of actions must be undertaken by the organization in order to achieve its strategic goals.
Consistency must be characteristic to strategic decision-making and actions Mintzberg, Mintzberg suggests that existence of any organization requires for resources therefore strategy can be defined as a particular set of hypotheses about consistent allocation of organization's resources in pursuit of stated strategic goals. Allocation of strategic resources inside the organization is a complex task.
This allocation can be facilitated trough use of different control and assessment systems that in the first place can be used as an indicator providing managers with information about the basic resources. They are used on purpose to promote consistency of decision-making and of strategija be rodiklių allocation Neely et al.
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In Kaplan and Norton has developed the system of performance assessment named Balanced Scorecard. Balanced Scorecard is effective strategic means for performance assessment and management that transforms vision and strategy of the company into particular actions.
This system provides feedback from both internal business processes and external outcomes in order to constantly improve strategic activity and performance of the organization. In respect that Balanced Scorecard gives an opportunity for organization to protect itself from suboptimal allocation of resources focusing on four basic domains: finance, customers, internal processes and innovation and learning, the purpose of this paper is: [to find out] if the balanced scorecard as a method of performance assessment and improvement can be used with the aim to implement long-term strategija be rodiklių objectives of the institutions of higher education.
The strategija be rodiklių of pelningų žetonų research: Balanced Scorecard in the context of strategy planning and implementation in institutions of higher education.
The methodology of the research: logical, systematic analysis of scientific studies, situational analysis based on comparative and summary method.
Management of strategies implementation in higher education, optimal allocation of resources is a complex task. As experience of organizations in foreign countries shows, that Balanced Scorecard can be successfully used for strategies implementation management Kaplan and Norton, Balanced Scorecard can help to integrate and match allocation of resources to achievement of distinct strategic goals of higher education.
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