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Strategic Control and Crisis Management
Strategic control and crisis management

The strategic management process is not complete when a strategy has been executed. It is also necessary to evaluate its success—or failure—and take steps to address any problems that may have arisen along the way. Strategic control consists of determining the extent to which the organization's strategies are successful in attaining its goals and objectives. The execution process is tracked, and ...

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