A scorecard is summary information about your learning operation and programs for the purpose of discussing performance with learning leaders and stakeholders.
Scorecards should not be over-engineered with unneeded complexity. In addition, the scorecard should not be overly detailed and tactical, as the scorecard audience is more senior and prefers consuming information in a summary format. Ideally, a scorecard is concise, articulate, and tells the story from operations to impact.
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