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Senin, 29 Desember 2008

Control of Strategic New Perspective

Control strategy, according to Schendel and Höfer focuses on two questions (1) whether the strategy is implemented as planned, and (2) whether the results made by the strategy is expected. This definition refers to the study of traditional measures and feedback that is the final step of the strategic management process. Normative model of strategic management process that describes the major steps include the formulation of strategies, implentasi strategy and evaluation (control) strategy.

Control strategy based mainly on the traditional process that involves the study and performance feedback to determine the plans, strategies and targets have been achieved with the information that is used to solve problems or take corrective action.

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