The six Central performance controls are the key elements for the success of any institution. They are, at the same time, areas of performance and control variables for the corporate performance of an institution. As a central performance scorecard  they form the “cockpit” of management. They are the basis of viability for an institution. Hence every good strategy focuses on these six key elements. The six central performance controls are as follows:

1. market position;

2. innovation performance;

3. productivity;

4. attractiveness for good people;

5. liquidity and cash flow;

6. profitability.

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