P4075-4: Nextel - Financial, HR, Procurement Systems Overhaul Project: Executive Vision Follow-up Session (09/26/2002)



This is a chart which is a representation of the Nextel HR overall scorecard and is entitled "Summary".

The image includes a main rectangle, measuring 2 7/8" by 3 3/8".

  • The top left side of the main rectangle contains a rectangle, measuring 2 1/4" by 1 1/4".
  • The top right side of the main rectangle contains a rectangle, measuring 1 1/8" by 1 1/4".
  • The bottom left side of the main rectangle contains a rectangle, measuring 2 1/4" by 1 5/8".
  • The bottom right side of the main rectangle contains a rectangle, measuring 1 1/8" by 1 1/4".
  • At the top left corner of the main rectangle is the label "High".
  • At the bottom left corner of the main rectangle is the label "Low".
  • At the bottom right corner of the main rectangle is the label "High".
  • At the center left outside the main rectangle is the legend: "Value, HR providing value to the business goals".
  • At the center bottom outside the main rectangle is the legend: "Efficiency, How efficient the HR function is in performing its role".
  • Inside the main rectangle, on the horizontal line separating the larger internal rectangles from the smaller internal rectangles, is a diamond.
  • A legend below the chart indicates the diamond represents Nextel.
  • There are 15 small squares scattered within the lower left, larger internal rectangle, 6 of them congregated around the diamond.
  • There is one small square in the upper left, smaller internal rectangle, near the diamond.
  • There are two small squares in the upper right, smaller internal rectangle, one near the diamond.
  • There are two small squares in the lower right, larger internal rectangle, none near the diamond.
  • There are two small squares straddling the vertical line separating the top and bottom left internal rectangles from the top and bottom left internal rectangles.
  • There is one small square straddling the horizontal line separating the larger internal rectangles from the smaller internal rectangles.

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Updated August 14, 2015

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