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International Journal of Strategic Management® IJSM front cover ISSN: 1555-2411 Call Number: HD30.28 I553 Managing Editor(s) Professor Marius Gavriletea, Ph.D. Sponsored by The International Journal of Strategic Management (IJSM) is peer-reviewed and publically available journal listed in the Cabell's Directory of Refereed Publications 2003-14 Edition as well as in the Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory since 2002.
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Improving your strategic planning and strategic management skills is fundamental for anyone aspiring to management. Unfortunately the field of strategy is often either over simplified or made overly complex. This site is pitched at providing practical guidance on developing strategy at a level that is suitable for senior managers who are developing corporate strategy, while still being relevant for all levels of operational planning. Free Guide The “what makes a good leader” site is committed to providing you with the process, user guides and templates to ensure you achieve the results you want. Strategic planning is a process that does not change regardless of your position in the organisation hierarchy. The only thing that changes as you move through the organisational hierarchy is the frequency of strategic thought and the level of formality or documentation applied to the strategic planning process.
MANAGEMENT FAQs What is strategic management? Strategic management can be used to determine mission, vision, values, goals, objectives, roles and responsibilities, timelines, etc. Top of Category
Energy management is the use of technology to improve the energy performance of an organisation. To be fully effective it needs to be an integral part of an organisation's wider management processes - and any corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy.
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Strategic Planning Tips You will find that almost all organizations will develop their business plans their own way, based on the individual preferences of the organizations managers, some people will write incredibly long documents while others will be concise. Good leaders keep their plans short and concise. In reality, not too many people will read your analysis section, some people will argue that it needs to be there, others will argue it does not need to be there.
Strategic management model refers to the pattern or mode of strategic management. According to the strategic management model, a number of steps are taken to achieve the objectives of a company. Different strategic management models are chosen by various companies according to their conveniences. About Strategic Management Model Strategic management model is also known as strategic planning model. A strategic planning model is selected for the purpose of formulating and implementing the strategic management plan of a particular organization.
NetMBA > Strategic Management The Strategic Planning Process A description of the formalized strategic planning model adopted by many firms in the 1970's. PEST Analysis An overview of the political, economic, social, and technological factors to be considered when analyzing the external macro-environment. SWOT Analysis Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats - how to construct a SWOT profile when performing a situation analysis.
In today's highly competitive business environment, budget-oriented planning or forecast-based planning methods are insufficient for a large corporation to survive and prosper. The firm must engage in strategic planning that clearly defines objectives and assesses both the internal and external situation to formulate strategy, implement the strategy, evaluate the progress, and make adjustments as necessary to stay on track. A simplified view of the strategic planning process is shown by the following diagram: The Strategic Planning Process
The Vision The first step is to develop a realistic Vision for the business. This should be presented as a pen picture of the business in three or more years time in terms of its likely physical appearance, size, activities, structure, scale offerings etc. Answer the question: "if someone from Mars visited the business, what would they see (or sense)?"
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Using Scenarios to Plan for the Future Scenarios are a proven, strategic planning tool that help make planning for the future more tangible and immediate and also help test how decisions made today could affect a company in the future. Considering changes in global economic patterns and shifts in U.S. policy and regulation towards climate change as key factors that would affect the shape of the future ahead, the following four scenarios were created by the corporate executives who participated in the GBN workshops: The Same Road — where the world continues much in the same direction it appears to be going now in regard to energy and environmental concerns around climate change. The Long Road — where the world undergoes a significant shift in the economic, geopolitical and energy centers of gravity. The Broken Road — where the world continues much in the direction of today, but is then hit by a severe event that overturns established systems and rules.