The Nature of Strategic Planning


The Nature of Strategic Planning Insights galore in Henry Mintzberg’s The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning “He defines planning as ‘a formalized system for codifying, elaborating and operationalizing the strategies which companies already have’.  In contrast, strategy is either an ‘emergent’ pattern or a deliberate ‘perspective’.” “Strategy-making is an immensely complex process involving the ...
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