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Strategy Map

Strategy Map PowerPoint Template

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Strategy Map People

What is a Strategy Map? Strategy

The Strategy Map is adequate to
represent entrepreneurial contexts.
The map shows you an exact schedule,
to which the company objectives should
be implemented accordingly.


Finance Process

Strategy Map

Tasks of a Strategy Map

Strategy maps vividly illustrate business
goals and strategies and clarify

The clear structure of assignments and
projects to employees allows an easy
and efficient implementation of the
corporate strategy.

Strategy Map

Classification of the Strategy Map within the corporate strategy

The Balanced Scorecard is the most
effective tool for a balanced and
transparent representation of corporate

The visual processing with a Strategy
Map supplements the Balanced
Scorecard perfectly - Strategy
development and communication
within the company will be ideally
displayed and supported.


Strategy Map


The basis of a Strategy Map consists of the
following Perspective:

 Financial
 Customer
 Processes
 Learning / Development

Strategy Map

Financial perspective

Financial The profit is the central figure in the company, which reflects the success of entrepreneurial activities. Important
indicators might be the value of the cash flow, the return or the shareholder value.
The key performance results from two basic strategies:
Learning / • sales growth
Development • productivity

Sales growth is achieved through the acquisition of new customers, the development of new markets and the
expansion of the product range.
The increase in productivity is achieved by improving the existing processes. This can be accomplished inter alia
by lowering the cost of goods with simultaneous increase of production.

Strategy Map

Customer perspective

Financial The customer is the center of every business strategy. Critical to the success of the own company are products,
services and image. There are three strategic success positions to differentiate yourself from the competition:
• product leadership
Processes offer the best and most innovative products

• customer loyalty
the company knows the customers' needs and meets them

• operational excellence
good quality, low price and easy processes

Customers can’t all be services in the same way. Every company must specialize in its main target group.

Learning /

Strategy Map

Process perspective

Financial The core processes need to be mastered to provide the customer with exactly what he expects from a company.
• innovation processes development of products:
Processes product development

• customer management process:
perfect customer service – issues will be resolved fair and quickly

• operative process:
continues improvement of internal processes, no waste, optimal usage of available capacities

• regulated and environmental processes:
the company pays attention to its employees health, especially safety in the workplace

Learning /

Strategy Map

Learning / development perspective

Financial Behind the development perspective are the employees of the company, because only they are able to
implement significant improvement with the given strategies.
• strategic competencies :
Processes professional knowledge of the employees and the way the know how is passed on

Learning / • strategic technologies:
Development tools and infrastructures which support the employees

• active climate:
motivation of employees to perform more than just the necessities to achieve the corporate objectives

Creativity and a thirst for knowledge of employees are important resources. The company and the employees
should consistently improve in these categories.

Strategy Map

Fundamental structure of a Strategy Map

Financial Mission Strategy

Customer Financial Perspective Financial Perspective
"How should we appear to our taxpayers (or "How do we appear to the
Process shareholders to achieve success?"
Learning & sponsors), to be successful? "
Development Customer Perspective
Customer Perspective "How should we treat our customers
"How should we treat our customers
to achieve our vision?"
to achieve our vision?"
Internal Perspective
Internal Perspective "In which business processes must we exceed, to
"Which business processes must we exceed, to
satisfy our customers?"
satisfy our customers and investors?"
Learning / Development Perspective
Learning / Development Perspective "How does our organization learn and improve in
"How does our organization learn and improve in
order to achieve our vision?"
order to achieve our vision?"
Private organizations
Public and nonprofit organizations

Corporate Objectives

Strategy Map Objectives (Results)

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Effective and efficient processes in the company

Further development of our employees to increase competency and

Strategy Map

Definition of objectives (financial perspective)

Objective Description How to recognize the goal was Factors which determine the
reached objective
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Strategy Map

Definition of objectives (customer perspective)

Objective Description How to recognize the goal was Factors which determine the
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Reduce delivery times for all

Strategy Map

Definition of objectives (process perspective)

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Implementation of innovations
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Increase safety
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Development of partnerships
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Strategy Map

Definition of objectives (learning & development perspective)

Objective Description How to recognize the goal was Factors which determine the
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of staff

Strategy Map Examples

Strategy Map


Financial Increase the contribution Increase sales Increase return on
margin per customer investment
Improve customer Expand recommendations Increase share of new
Processes satisfaction customers
Learning &
Development Improve quality Increasing share of new
Accelerate processes products

Expand technical Improve skills of employees Improve working climate

Strategy Map


Financial Grow Revenue Satisfy Shareholders Improve EBITDA
Product Leaders Customer Intimate
Customer “Gives me highest quality” Efficient Operations “Solves my problems”
“Always a great price”
Processes Improve QC Understand Customers
People & Engineer Tolerances Improve Distribution Segment Market
Knowledge Reduce Waste
Develop Talent Reinforce Culture
Improve IT

Strategy Map Shareholder Value/ROCE

Example Sales growth Productivity

Financial Construction market power Increase customer value Improving cost structure Improve utilization

Customer Customer acquisition Customer care Product leadership Image
Value proposition for customers Customer loyalty
Processes Function Operational excellence Brand
Product-service properties Customer relationship
Learning &
Development Price Quality Time Service Relation

Innovation processes Customer management Production processes Regulated processes
• Market opportunities • Sales • Occupational health and
• Development • Customer Loyalty • Production safety
• Acquisition
Strategic competencies • Responsibility
Motivated and well trained employees
Strategic Activity oriented climate


Strategy Map Customer

Example Customer Retention


Increase Revenue

Revenue Expenses ??

Learning & Growth Internal Processes

Growth & Development Criticism

Employee Satisfaction Succession Planning Accident Free Workplace Critical Incidents

Strategy Map


A stronger economy and an enhanced quality of life, while living within our means.

Citizens “Stimulate creation of quality “More people “Provide access to necessary “Provide value for my tax
jobs” working” programs and services” dollars”
Internal Foster private sector business Focus funding on priorities Achieve sustainable budget
Processes growth
Prioritize, optimize and
Enablers Drive economic development Improve workforce Deliver innovative programs improve processes
efforts readiness and services
Performance Excellence Culture
People Readiness Information Readiness Align department
performance to
Align leadership Access to relevant, corporate strategy.
talent to drive execution timely and quality

of corporate strategy. information.

Strategy Map

Example including a column - RISK


Financial Increase in non -interest Significantly increase of NOP Improve the net interest
income Result improvement of target customers margin

Customer Improve asset quality Clearly increase market share
& Market target customers

Increasing proportion focus Significantly increase cross Improve customer service
products selling

Processes Improve risk Improve operating efficiency Improve customer service
management process
Improve efficiency of store

Staff & Innovation Increase employee satisfaction Improve IT infrastructure & Promote customer oriented
support culture

Increase employee competence Increase innovation

Strategy Map We will be viewed as the national leader in providing solutions that sustain and enrich our customers,
as well as the planet.


Financial Increase Maintain Achieve Customer Develop Improve
Revenue Market Funding Partnerships Customer
Share Targets Satisfaction

Internal Process Streamline Advise Learning Maintain Develop
Core Customers & Growth High Employee
Effectively Knowledge
Processes Employee
Document Improve Effectively Understand
Core Effectiveness Assess Client Business Unit
of Processes Operations
Processes Needs

Strategy Map Research and design to Engage more faculty more deeply Improve customer experience with
customer needs on teaching/learning standardization & flexibility
Identify, review, define and use key Innovate with partners and open Align all aspects of
Customers the organization with
internal processes source communities the strategy
Build up campus commitment to & Ensure funding for innovation Design & implement sustainable
Resources reliance on ETS financial models

Staff Create a staff culture of openness, Align staff roles Provide targeted
innovation, and responsibilities staff development opportunities
impact and collaboration with strategy

Strategy Map


Human Service Water Resource Neighborhood Growth Management Mobility Fiscal Sustainability Economic Development
Strategic Management Preservation
Goals Enhance community health Safeguard the environment Preserve & enhance neighborhoods Promote economic opportunity
Themes Proficient workforce Accountable organization Responsible financial management
Create a Positive Work Environment Deliver Competitive Services Control Operational Expenditures &
Educate for Future Needs Increase Organizational Capital Costs
Capacity & Productivity
Grow & Diversify Tax Base

Diversify Revenue Sources

Develop Proficient Workforce Promote Community Involvement Utilize Resources Effectively

Strategy Map Perspectives

Example Customer Financial/  Develop a sustainable academic business plan
Services Stakeholder
 Enhance teaching and learning
 Advance research and scholarship Internal Learning &  Align organizational capacity and structure
 Provide productive and engaging library Processes Growth with resources

spaces  Focus staff expertise/work on strategic
 Apply and assess new subject librarain

 Realign online and print services support
 Review and revise collections and digitization


Strategy Map – Example

Theme: Ground Turnaround Objective Measure Target Initiative
The cause-and-effect relationships
Statement of what How success in The level of Key action programs
Financial strategy must achieve achieving the strategy performance or required to achieve
improvement needed
Return on Net Assets will be measured targets

Plane Utilization

Attract and Retain More

Internal Lowest Prices Fast ground Time on the ground On- 30 minutes Cycle time optimization
Learning turnaround time departure 90%
Fast ground

Ground Crew

Strategy Map


Financial Improve productivity Sustained shareholder Grow revenue Value Creation Process
value That meets our
Customer Theme 1 Theme 3 shareholder
Theme 2 (stakeholder)
Processes Create growth Generate expectations
through Create demand efficiencies
Learning & through through supply That provide a
Growth innovation customer satisfying customer
3-5 years partnerships improvements experience

2-3 years 1-2 years To deliver the
Interval strategic processes

We will enable
our people

Strategy Map Long term aspiration for the organization
Who, what, where, how the organization will create value for its stakeholders
 Describes  Describes the  Describes how much
MISION how the organization organisation´s value the
will effectively and customer value organization needs to
LEARNING & efficiently deliver the proposition create for its
GROWTH customer value share/ stakeholders
 Describes
how the organization
will enable its
employees to
perform the strategic

Strategy Map Improve cost structure.
Increase Asset Utilization.
Example Using cost-effective IT software.

Financial Customer centric production capacity.
Timely provision of services.
Customer Providing quality after-sale services.

Internal Strive for efficient networking.
Learning & Recruitment of technically skilled workforce.
Control IT standards.
Enhancing Informational Capital.
Training on fresh software.
Development of computer infrastructure.

Strategy Map


(Revenue – Cost)

Low Cost – Reliable Carrier Customer Satisfaction Real time Information accessibility

Widen Distribution Coverage Accessible Order Management Account & Service Secured Risk Handling

People & Organization Competency Information System availability Reliable Infrastructure


Strategy Map Mission

Example We provide comprehensive, accessible, quality,
learning-centered educational opportunities that promote success.
Transfer Institutional Scorecard

External Forces Technical Foundational Lifelong
Development Skills Learning

Resources and Capacity Internal Forces

Strategic Directions

Online Learning and Educational Resources
A Sustainable Learning and Working Environment
A Diverse and Inclusive Learning and Working Environment

A Safe Learning and Working Environment

Strategy Map


Learning & Growth Finances MISSION Customers

 Employee turnover  Revenue VISION  Customer counts
 Number of new employees  Cost  Market share
 Hiring Data  Profit Processes  Number of complaints
 Metrics  Time to Market
 Service error rates
 Quality control measures

Strategy Map


VISION Zero deaths and serious injuries on the roadways

MISION Make the Nation’s roadways safer by

4 Customers,  Advancing the use of scientific methods and data-driven decisions
Stakeholders, and  Fostering a safety culture
Internal Goals External Goals 4.1 4.2 4.3
3 Program Promote an emphasis on safety performance Embolden a culture within the highway Articulate the benefits of roadway safety
and Service community that embraces safety as a core
Delivery in all aspects of roadway investment and investments
decision-making value 3.3
2 Internal
Processes 3.1 3.2 Develop and promote roadway safety
Improve safety data and expand capabilities Enhance strategic highway safety planning improvements
1 Employee
Learning for analysis and evaluation
and Growth
2.1 2.2 2.3
Employ a strategic planning process to guide Enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of
the safety units and align resource allocation Utilize effective partnerships for the improvement of
highway safety business processes

1.1 1.2 1.3
Improve the quality of the work environment Improve career and leadership development Enhance safety knowledge


Strategy Map OUR VISION

Example Finances Placeholder Text

So we achieve Text
resumes Placeholder

in order to deliver Processes Customers Placeholder Placeholder Text Placeholder
unique value to our
Text Placeholder Text
clients Text

We enable us to Learning Text Placeholder Text Placeholder Placeholder
execute an & Growth

innovative and
strategic processes

The development of
our team

Strategy Map Sufficient capital for necessary investment

Example Competitiveness High level of service activity New products & projects
Patient satisfaction
Maintain productivity Protocols & procedures Quality Guarantee Plan
Customers Merger of two hospitals

Processes Personnel motivation & satisfaction Development of intermediate org. units
Learning Personnel training & education
& Growth

Strategy Map



Financial Profitability  Profitability  Market Value  30% RDFG  Quality management
 More Customers  Seat Revenue  20% RDFG  Customer loyalty
Fewer Planes More Customers  Plane Lease Cost  5% RDFG
Lowest Prices  Flight is on – time program
Customers  Lowest prices  On Time  #1
Arrival Rating  #1  Cycle time optimization
Flight Is on Time program
 Customer Ranking  30 Minutes
(Market Survey)  90%  ESOP
 Crew training
Processes Fast Ground  Fast ground turnaround  On Ground Time
Learning & Growth Turnaround  On-Time Departure

Ground Crew  Ground crew alignment  % Crew trained  yr. 1 70%
Alignment  % Crew stockholders yr. 3 90%
yr. 5 100%

Strategy Map + Return on Capital Financial: -
Example Financial: - Expenses Feedback, refinement & improvement
FINANCIAL Receivable

 Accounts Receivable increases due to Costumer Satisfaction Internal:
 Operating Expenses are decreased due to changes in employee Rework

satisfaction and production progress External: Internal: Internal:
Customer Employee Production
INTERNAL Satisfaction Satisfaction
Business Processes Impact Internal
 Identified process malfunction and eliminated rework Service -

Performance Impact
 Customer satisfaction addressed
 Employee satisfaction & Defects changed


Transformation learning impact
 Customer issues are identified
 Employee & production issues are identified

Strategy Map Template

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Customer Perspective
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How should we appear to customers?

Process Perspective

At what do we need to excel to fulfill
customers expectations?

Organizational Perspective

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Strategy Map


Company Strategy Objective Measures Initiatives

Customers Objective Measure Initiative
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Internal Processes Goal

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Strategy Map Key Goals Key measures  Action 1
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Strategy  Placeholder  Action 2
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