Definitions for "Scorecard"
A scorecard is an evaluation device, usually in the form of a questionnaire, that specifies the criteria customers will use to rate your business's performance in satisfying their requirements.
a dashboard providing a broad administrative view of an agency's performance
an application or custom user interface that helps you manage your organization's performance by understanding, optimizing, and aligning organizational units, business processes, and individuals
Keywords:  ecr
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Keywords:  metrics, kpi, notepad, tool, referee
a great tool when it comes time for comparisons (and for remembering which homes had which special features)
a list of general applicant characteristics, which have predictive value, based upon detailed analysis
a Pocket PC application designed to replace the referee's notepad
The card on which you write your score after each hole. If you are playing in a competition, you swap cards with your partner and write his or her score in the first column and your own score in the second column.
(golf) a record of scores (as in golf); "you have to turn in your card to get a handicap"
The scorecard tells you the length of each hole from each tee box as well as the "par" rating for the hole. Golfers keep track of their score on these cards.
Keywords:  blanqne, tally, sheet, table, see
See Table de Blanqne, Also Tally Sheet.
a quick way of monitoring the processes that you need to know about
a visual display of the most important information needed to achieve one or more objectives, consolidated and arranged on a single screen so the information can be monitored at a glance
Keywords:  recalled, game, chart, record, later
a record of the game
A chart on which the plays of a game are recorded so that the game's events may be recalled later.
a collection of key measures that the organization has determined are tightly linked to its success or failure in executing strategy