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Strategy Overview Pearce and Robinson describe strategic management as the art of making complex, long-term, future-oriented decisions and taking actions that result in the formulation and implementation of plans designed to achieve a company's objectives. The process focuses on the belief that a firm's mission can be best be achieved through a systematic and comprehensive assessment of both its internal capabilities and its external environment (Pearce & Robinson, 2005). In the article Strategic Management, the strategic management process is described as the implementation of the company's strategy by executive management considering its resources, circumstances, and environment to position the organization to complete is mission in a cost-effective, efficient manner. The corporate goals, policies, and tactics are incorporated into this process (Strategic Management, n.d.). This paper will concentrate on the initial stages of using the Strategic Management Process to create a strategic plan and will examine how AIM HealthCare Services, Inc. (AIM) has applied the process to their business.
Corporate Compliance Report Companies that are being established as well as companies struggling with compliance issues need some method of dealing with governance. The method of handling corporate governance and compliance issues is to implement an enterprise risk management system (ERM). The system should examine alternatives and incorporate the suitable processes that fit into the company's structure. Developing internal control and corporate governance procedures is the foundation for such a system. Developing these procedures include identifying and putting into practice compliance steps and processes.
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Why is diagnosis so vital in organizational change programs? In their book entitled Organizational Behavior, Hellriegel and Slocum (2007) defined the concept of organizational diagnosis as the process of assessing the overall functioning of an organization, team, department, or job in order to discover the problem sources and areas of improvement. It involves the process of collecting data, analyzing, and drawing conclusions about the firm’s current operations. Apparently, the accurate diagnosis of the organizational functioning and problems is extremely essential to be “the main starting point for any organizational change plan” (p. 456). In the process of gatheri... ... middle of paper ... ... best effort in order to accept change, implement it, and establish a new method of working and learning in the organization.
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Introduction In organization of any type, management should plan its long-term future. Corporate strategy is a management plan, which defines its business activities, prospects and development objectives. It also includes organization’s business strategy as a main choice of means and methods of competition (Griffin, & Pustay, 2005). This may be production of standardized products or delivery-on-order products/service, competition based on lower prices or rapid delivery of products. Corporate strategy provides overall direction, which provides the framework to perform functions throughout the organization.