There are many popular figures representing the Balanced Scorecard concept. Perhaps the most famous one is the one illustrating the four traditional perspectives, with corresponding questions and related objectives, measures, targets and initiatives.
The consumer price index (CPI) measures the rate at which the prices of consumer goods and services are changing over time. It is a key statistic for purposes of economic and social policy-making, especially monetary policy and social policy, and has substantial and wide-ranging implications for governments, businesses, and workers as well as households. (Consumer price index manual: Theory and Practice, 2004)