Introduction: Research from the Internet and from printed information can enhance strategy evaluation. Competitors’ performance information can help bring perspective to an organization’s performance evaluation. It is also important to look at changes, externally and internally, as an indicator for the need to modify strategy.
A strategy evaluation framework can help achieve annual and long-term objectives. Evaluation allows an organization to use internal strengths and to capitalize on external opportunities as they surface, defending against market shifts and correcting internal weaknesses before they become a problem. Successful organizations formulate, implement, and evaluate strategies intentionally and continually evaluate their strategic positionshaping their future intentionally as opposed to being shaped by external forces. Strategic management allows an organization to make effective decisions, execute those decisions efficiently, and take corrective action. The key to effective strategy evaluation is the integration of intuition and analysis. Strategic management is first a people process and a mechanism for fostering organizational communication. The planning process is more important than the written plan. In fact, the written plan is only a snapshot and because of the rapid rate of change, leaders must plan continuously.
Strategic management also includes formulating, implementing, and evaluating organization-wide decisions that enable an organization to achieve its objectives. Formulation includes the organization’s mission, internal and external assessments, and the establishment of strategies. Implementation includes the creation of short-term objectives and allocation of resources to achieve strategies. Evaluation reviews performance and recommends corrective action. There are many benefits to strategic planning, including financial and competitive sustainability in a global market. Globalization, e-commerce, and attention to the environment have become important strategic concerns. Engaging employees in the strategic management process can facilitate the implementation of a well-planned strategy and enhance competitive advantage.
Reference: David, F. R. (2014). Strategic management: A competitive advantage approach, concepts & cases (15th ed.). Pearson Prentice Hall.
Preparation: Select an organization to analyze. PLEASE USE SAMSUNG.
Complete the following:
*Use the Internet to locate three articles written in the last six months, or as current as possible, about the industry of your selected organization.
Consider the following questions as you do your research:
*What new opportunities and threats, or strengths and weaknesses seem to be emerging in this industry?
*Do you feel that your selected organization is using effective strategies?
*What recommendations would you offer?
Write a 300-word document in which you include the following:
*Summarize your organization’s strategy and performance in the current year.
*Identify strategic information about your organization’s competitors.
*Identify new opportunities, threats, strengths, and weaknesses that seem to be emerging in the selected organization’s industry.
Interpret the effectiveness of your company’s strategies.
*Recommend strategies based on strategy evaluation research.
Number of resources: Include a minimum of three current articles.
Required length: The body of your document should be 300 words.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
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