The contribution deals with the first of a series of prerequisites for successful implementation of the BSC concept. Setting strategic objectives and the quality thereof are the main criteria of the BSC itself and have a significant impact on its successful implementation. These strategic objectives are derived from the results of financial analyses which usually predict them. Quality reporting and appropriately selected controlling indicators of business performance are therefore absolutely necessary. This contribution aims to propose appropriate reports for linking the above mentioned with the specified strategic objectives of the BSC in an unnamed enterprise.Keywords: Balanced Scorecard, Factors, Reporting, Indicators
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