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Porter, M.E. (1996) What Is a Strategy? in Harvard Business Review Coda V. (1991) I problemi della valutazione della strategia, into Gozzi A. (edited by), La definizione e la valutazione delle strategie aziendali, Etaslibri, Milan, 85-97.

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  • TITLE: The Principles behind a Strategic Plan

    AUTHORS: Federico De Andreis

    KEYWORDS: Strategic Plan, Management, Organizations, Organizational Theory, Decision Making, Strategic Management

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol.9 No.4, April 24, 2019

    ABSTRACT: This strategic planning has changed dramatically between the 1960’s and 1970’s. Having survived its original design flaws, it has evolved into a practical system of strategic management. Planning systems, in fact, have become more sophisticated in their selection of planning approach and techniques. The approach to the strategic plan should involve different methods and techniques, more complete and more sensitive to the critical uncertainty of many of the variables that planning must address. This change represents a recognition of the basis of a strategic plan that are able to determinate its success. Implementing this strategic approach, focused on method and technique, can play a variety of important and useful roles peripheral to the strategy development and implementation process.