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Chapter 11: Strategy Execution Strategic Change, Culture, and Leadership

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Strategy Execution Strategic Change, Culture, and Leadership
Strategy execution strategic change, culture, and leadership

When a new strategy is executed, an old one is discarded. Managing strategic change can be a difficult task even when everyone in the organization agrees that it is needed and understands what will occur as a result. Even so, techniques to institutionalize the change must be developed. Barriers and resistance to change should be recognized so that strategies can be developed to overcome them.

Executing a strategy can become quite challenging—especially when a strategic change of great ...

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