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  • 1. INTRODUCTIONNAME: MAYUR.S.AHUJASTD: SY.BMSDIV: BROLL NO: 17091SUBJECT: STRATEGIC MANAGEMANT
  • 2. Strategic managementStrategic management can beused to determine mission,vision, values, goals, objectives,roles and responsibilities,timelines, etc.
  • 3. Strategy“Strategy is the direction and scope of an organisation over the long- term”
  • 4. MCKINSEY’S 7S FRAMEWORK Developed in the 1980s.By Robert Waterman, Tom Peters and  Julien Philips.
  • 5. MCKINSEY’S 7S FRAMEWORK
  • 6. THE HARD S’sStrategy: the direction and scope of the company over thelong term.Structure: the basic organization of the company, itsdepartments, reporting lines, areas of expertise andresponsibility (and how they inter-relate).Systems: formal and informal procedures that governeveryday activity, covering everything from managementinformation systems, through to the systems at the point ofcontact with the customer (retail systems, call centersystems, online systems, etc).
  • 7. THE SOFT S’sSkills: the capabilities and competencies that exist withinthe company. What it does best.Shared values: the values and beliefs of the company.Ultimately they guide employees towards valuedbehavior.Staff: the companys people resources and how they aredeveloped, trained and motivated.Style: the leadership approach of top management and thecompanys overall operating approach.
  • 8. MCKINSEY’S APPROACH TO PROBLEM-SOLVING•The problem is not always the problem.•Every client is unique.•Don’t make the facts fit your solution.•Make sure your solution fits your client.•No problem is too tough to solve.
  • 9. DON’T BOIL THE OCEAN•Work smarter, not harder.•There’s a lot of data out there relating toyour problem, and a lot of analyses youcould do. Ignore most of them.Lesson: be selective and don’t try toanalyze everything.
  • 10. MAKE A CHART EVERY DAY During the problem-solving process, you learn something new every day. Put it down on paper. It will help you push your thinking. You may use it, or you may not, but once you have crystallized it on the page, you won’t forget it.
  • 11. HIT SINGLESYou can’t do everything, so don’t try.Just do what you’re supposed to do andget it right.It’s much better to get to first baseconsistently than to try to hit a home run– and strike out 9 times out of 10.
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