some measure

some measure

1. A certain degree or extent; somewhat. While hard work and perseverance will take you far, success also depends in some measure on good fortune.
2. A little; a small amount of something. Our team had some measure of success this year, and I know we'll do even better next year.
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If a building has a 20-year life, then some measure of that depreciation must be included in an annual measure of costs.
For example, key financial measures, such as return on sales or profit margin, may be common to all business units, and some measures may be unique to a particular unit given its strategy, such as sales per square foot or number of patents registered.
They also included some measures common to both divisions (e.g., sales growth, customer satisfaction ratings) and some measures unique to each division (e.g., new store sales or revenues per sales visit).
As I discussed, managers do not have the ability to evaluate all the BSC measures simultaneously, and one strategy to cope with this challenging task is to ignore or deemphasize some measures, especially the unique ones.
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