1- Identify and describe a specific capital investment you believe management could invest in to help achieve one of the perspectives of the balanced scorecard.
2- Identify the specific objective of the capital project.
3- Estimate the cost of investing in the capital project.
4- Explain the quantifiable or non quantifiable results anticipated from the capital investment.
Organizations and individuals often engage in activities of selling and purchasing assets in monetary values. The term that best suit such activities is called monetary value. It has two trajectories upon which it can be understood. The common denotation of capital investment is always concerning with the money used buy fixed assets like land, machines among others. However, this is not the case often, because some organization and individual businesses considers capital investment as money that will be used to purchase fixed asset rather than cover the expenses of the daily operations of businesses. Capital investment is thus critical in measuring the economic status of organizations and individual businesses. This paper will therefore discuss the need for capital investment and how the capital project is helpful in achieving balanced scorecard among many benefits that are associated with capital investment as discussed in the following paragraph.