Pattern in strategy formation

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Pattern in strategy formation

  1. 1.  First section describe the term strategyand how it lead naturally to the choiceof research methodology. Methodology is described in secondsection. Third section describe the results offormation of strategies of twoorganization Final section describe some theoreticalconclusion about strategy formulation.
  2. 2.  Defining strategy “a pattern in a streamof decision” Intended and realized strategies Completed two studies (volkswagenwerkfrom 1934 to 1974, United states inVietnam from 1950 to 1973)
  3. 3.  Strategy formulation be viewed as interplayb/w a dynamic environment andbureaucratic momentum, with leadershipmediating b/w the two forces. Strategy formulation follow some importantpattern in organization, like life cycles anddistinct change continuity cycles withinthese. Intended and realized strategies lead us tothe heart of complex organizationalprocess.
  4. 4.  The planning mode Adaptive mode Entrepreneurial mode
  5. 5.  The determination of the basic long termgoals and objectives of an enterprise, and the adoption of courses of actionand the allocation of resourcesnecessary for carrying out these goals. Explicit Developed consciously and purposefully Made in advance of the specificdecision in which it applies.
  6. 6.  Strategies as intended, as prior guidelinesas well as strategies as evolved, aposteriori consistencies in decisionalbehavior.
  7. 7.  Collection of data important decision and action by theorganization. important events and trends in the environment. Inference of strategies and periods ofchange
  8. 8.  Intensive analysis of periods of change Theoretical analysis Why do intended strategies differ from realizedones. What is the role of leadership , planning , sharedgoals and bargaining in integrating differentstrategies.
  9. 9.  1- BEFORE 1948 FLUX. 2- GLOBAL CHANGE 1948. 3- CONTINUITY 1949 TO 1958. 4- MINOR CHANGE 1959. 5- CONTINUITY 1960 TO 1964. 6- GROPING 1965 TO 1970. 7- GLOBAL CHANGE 1971 TO 1974.
  10. 10.  1- GLOBAL CHANGE 1950. 2- CONTINUITY 1950 TO 1953. 3- FLUX 1954,THEN GLOBAL CHANGE. 4- AGAIN CONTINUITY 1955 TO 1961. 5- AGAIN GLOBAL CHANGE IN 1961.
  11. 11.  6- INCREMENTAL CHANGE LEADING TOGLOBAL CHANGE 1962 T0 1965. 7- CONTINUITY 1965 T0 1967. 8- GLOBAL CHANGE 1968. 9- 1968 TO 1969:LIMBO,THEN GLOBALCHANGE. 10- CONTINUITY 1970 TO 1973.
  12. 12.  1- ENVIRNMENT. 2- BUREAUCRACY. 3- LEADERSHIP.
  13. 13.  STRATEGY IS SET OF CONSISTENTBEHAVIORS BY AN ORGANIZATION. STRATEGIC CHANGE IS ORGANIZATIONRESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE.
  14. 14.  Conception Elaboration Decay Death
  15. 15.  Why do organizations under go distrinctperiod of change and continuity?
  16. 16.  Strategic pattern ofI. VolkswagenwerkII. U.S strategy in vietnam

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