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Organizational Strategic Plan

Social and Basic Sciences Research Review

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Title Organizational Strategic Plan
Creator Henry, B. Charles
Subject Information Technology, Information Systems, Organization Strategy, Globalization, Virtual Teams, Contemporary Business Practice, International Business, Leadership,
Description The contemporary environmental flux prevailing within the global economic and political climate requires substantial flexibility and responsiveness from organizations wishing to survive its consequences for longevity. Enterprises operating within the context of such rapid change and instabilities must equip themselves to face both the risks and rewards that may accrue from its prevailing uncertainties. Therefore, organizational leaders have a serious challenge to make themselves aware of both the emerging possibilities and pitfalls that may await their businesses. Meandering through the streams of opportunities may not come easy. It requires that leaders understand the destructive nature of globalization to include socio-cultural, technological, and location disparities and to find ways to maximize these challenges for positive effects. Leaders thus have a duty to be both strategic and operational in their outlook on how they will endeavor to optimize the benefits of globalization to their organizations’ advantage.
Publisher Academy of Business & Scientific Research (ABSR)
Date 2015-04-01
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Source Social and Basic Sciences Research Review; Vol 3 No 4 (2015): April; 220-224
Language eng
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