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Monitoring marginal change in strategic planning
1979 in University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies .
Written in English
Paper presented at European Congress of the Regional Science Association, London 28th-31st August, 1979.
|Statement||by Stan Openshaw, Bruce Ramsey.|
|Series||Discussion papers -- no.27.|
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A detailed description of. The firm’s strategic archetype 32 Other approaches 33 7 ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE 35 8 COMMUNICATION 39 Levels of communication 39 Types of communication 40 Communicating change 42 Eight steps of the change process 44 Different roles of communication 46 9 CHANGE LEADERSHIP Strategic Planning is not exactly same as strategic management, which implies a stream of decisions and actions taken by the top level managers to achieve organizational is nothing but the identification and application of strategies, to improve their.
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