Who killed strategic planning?
from By Michael J. Berens
For some time now, strategic planning has been dying a slow death. Rapid acceleration in the rate of change and innovation along with instability in the global economy have made long-range forecasting obsolete. That may come as welcome news to many executives and managers who have long questioned the value of developing strategic plans. Still, it begs the question: Did strategic planning die of natural causes or was it the victim of abuse? Have organizations finally rid themselves of an outmoded ritual, or have they lost a valuable tool due to neglect?
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