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Since it involves a process, the organization formulation and implementation are the aspects in analyzing the strategy. The senior executives who include the managers, the directors, and the chairpersons are responsible for the implementation of the organization’s corporate strategy (Foss, 2003). How external turbulence encourages outsourcing Many companies ... ... middle of paper ... ...ce efficiency (Mahadevan, 2010). As such, outsourcing is a good corporate strategy in the current business world. References List Dalal, J.
In a corporate reporting context， it means “strategically display and present the information in a manner that is intended to distort readers’ perceptions of corporate achievements” (M-DB, p.415, taken from Godfrey et al, 2003). In the statement, it constrains this kind of readers to be the shareholders, more exactly， gullible shareholders. They are unsophisticated， may not have professional knowledge of the stock market thus unable to tell the truth or just simply believe what they heard. In my opinion, this s... ... middle of paper ... ... information or impression management? Journal of accounting literature, 26, 116–194.
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