Strategic Management: The Radical Revolutionary Strategic Management Matrix for Predators

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Trafford Publishing, Mar 23, 2011 - Business & Economics - 592 pages
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Studies have shown that coming up with strategies and executing them with success requires specific strategic competencies. It is no longer just about the big idea. Moving beyond a broad, fuzzy picture, however, requires strategic thinking and understanding the management matrix. This guidebook can help you identify critical functions of strategy, such as the alignment of operations, the continual improvement and innovation of systems design, and the allocation of effective recourses; learn the six required competencies for strategic genius along with methods how to excel at each one; reinvent thought processes so you can achieve organizational goals; successfully navigate your way through office politics; and answer many other questions tied to strategic management. Take a trip with author Reinier Geel as he shares a detailed study of the make-or-break factors of planning and execution. This guidebook sets a new paradigm for the strategic arena and is backed up with the essential knowledge so you can empower yourself and your organization.

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Reinier Geel applies the lessons he learned in battle and as a police officer to strategic management. He has learned through experience to learn to manage with what he has and nothing more. He currently lives in South Africa.

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