Deriving strategy and developing balanced scorecard for General Directorate of Environmental Impact Assessment and Planning in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry

Özcan, Mehmet
In this study, it is aimed to derive strategies and develop a Balanced Scorecard in General Directorate of Environmental Impact Assessment and Planning in Ministry of Environment and Forestry. Firstly, the objectives of the General Directorate defined in the law are reassessed and strategies to realize the objectives are derived by making use of feedback received by conducting surveys to 4 main stakeholder groups which are the staff of the General Directorate, Provincial Directorates, companies preparing EIA reports, other public institutions, and interviews with managers. Following the determination of strategies, performance measures for each strategy are specified, replaced into internal business perspective, stakeholder perspective and learning and growth perspective in the Balanced Scorecard and and finally deployed to head of departments and branch offices.


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M. Özcan, “Deriving strategy and developing balanced scorecard for General Directorate of Environmental Impact Assessment and Planning in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.