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A Case Study on Development of BSC for Government Departments and Its Implications: Focused on Critical Review

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2006, 16(4), pp.69-88
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

KIM Cheolhoi 1 Manhyung Cho 2 Yonghoon Kim 3

1한국학술진흥재단
2한남대학교
3수원대학교

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ABSTRACT

In these days BSC(Balanced Scorecard) Kaplan & Norton developed in 1992 is acquiring high reputation as one of the useful instruments for establishing performance based government reform in Korea. On the contrary, there is few academic discussions and researches about application for public organization and its riskiness. As an essay, we are trying to review traditional BSC methods critically and to discover new BSC application methods, including modifications of traditional BSC approaches, which are appropriate for Korean government departments such as MOGAHA(Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs), MOFE(Ministry of Finance and Economy). Overall, we propose that public organizations use flexibly and practically BSC approaches and their performance indicators according to characteristics of affairs and organizational independence. In addition, to solve the problems of impossibility of relative comparison among ministries or departments we recommend meta revaluation on self-evaluation of each individual department.

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