Strategy implementation is the action stage of strategic management. It refers to decisions that are made to install new strategy or reinforce existing strategy. The basic strategy - implementation activities are establishing annual objectives, devising policies, and allocated resources. Strategy implementation also includes the making of decisions with regard to matching strategy and organizational structure; developing budgets, and motivational systems.
Strategy Evaluation And Control
The final stage in strategic management is strategy evaluation and control. All strategies are subject to future modification because internal and external factors are constantly changing. In the strategy evaluation and control process managers determine whether the chosen strategy is achieving the organization's objectives. The fundamental strategy evaluation and control activities are: reviewing internal and external factors that are the bases for current strategies, measuring performance, and taking corrective actions.
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