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NZ Affiliate Announced To BSCOL

October 13, 2005

Balanced Scorecard Collaborative Announces New Zealand Affiliated Company

A New Zealand company has today been named as an affiliate of the Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, Inc. (BSCol), a Palladium company.

As a BSCol affiliate, using BSCol’s proven Balanced Scorecard methodology, Frameworks will deliver training, consulting services, and technology solutions to organisations that are learning about, designing, and implementing Balanced Scorecards with the goal of becoming Strategy-Focused Organisations (SFO).

The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) is a multidimensional framework for describing, implementing, and managing strategy at all levels of an enterprise by linking objectives, measures, and initiatives to an organisation’s strategy, thereby translating an organisation’s vision and strategy into action.

Frameworks’ affiliation with BSCol comes following a strong track record of using the Balanced Scorecard approach. Frameworks Director Dale Pearce, a long-serving consultant to the public and private sector and successful businesswoman in her own right, says she is excited by the new challenge and hopes to help businesses reap the rewards offered by the system.

“While many organisations in the public and private sectors are already using a type of Balanced Scorecard approach, we are the only New Zealand Company who can offer world-class training, consultation and methodology to help our clients achieve best practice and breakthrough results,” Dale Pearce says. “We’re excited by the opportunity of being an affiliated company and want to help more businesses, both large and small, achieve the kind of breakthrough results we’ve seen.”

“The introduction of Frameworks into our affiliate network represents a milestone for New Zealand business performance,” Matthew Tice, Managing Director of BSCol Asia-Pacific, says. “With local know-how and experience and the backing of BSCol, Frameworks is uniquely positioned to help New Zealand organisations to improve competitiveness and performance.”

About Balanced Scorecard Collaborative - Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, Inc, a Palladium, is an organisation of strategy management professionals operating from BSCol regional or affiliate offices globally, who are dedicated to helping clients execute strategy and achieve breakthrough results.

Founded and led by the creators of the Balanced Scorecard concept, Drs. Robert Kaplan and David Norton, BSCol provides Strategy-Focused Organisation and Balanced Scorecard excellence through consulting, conferences, training, publishing, research, certification, partnerships, and online services that deliver branded know-how to global audiences. BSCol is based in Lincoln, Massachusetts, USA, with Asia-Pacific regional headquarters in Sydney, Australia. For more information, go to

About Palladium Group, Inc. – Recently formed by the merger of Balanced Scorecard Collaborative (BSCol), Painted Word, and ThinkFast Consulting is the largest professional services firm solely focused on strategy execution, the complementary combination of strategy-focused organisations and corporate performance management.

As we integrate our service offerings, we look forward to continuing to help organisations execute your strategy by managing tomorrow’s performance results today. For more information on Palladium, go to

About Frameworks - Frameworks Ltd is a New Zealand owned professional services firm dedicated to helping New Zealand business and government agencies successfully execute their strategy and accelerate time to results. Frameworks employs Kaplan and Norton’s widely recognised management model, the Strategy Focused Organisation Model™, to drive its service offerings. This model is based on leading practices synthesised from years of research on the most successful corporations.

Through its affiliation with the Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, Frameworks provides New Zealand businesses with local and affordable access to the best practices, methodologies, education and training, consulting, technology tools and thought leadership from Drs. Norton and Kaplan. For more information, go to

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