Implementing Strategies: Management and Operations Issues, REGITA HANIYYAH…
Implementing Strategies: Management and Operations Issues
represent the basis for allocating resource
are a primary mechanism for evaluating manager
are the major instrument for monitoring progress toward achieving long-term objectives
establish organizational, divisional, and departmental priorities
Policies set boundaries, constraints, and limits on the kinds of administrative actions that can be taken to reward and sanction behavion they clarify what can and cannot be done in pursuit of an organization’s objectives.
central management activity that allows for strategy execution.
Matching structure with strategy
The functional structure
The divisional structure
The strategic business unit (SBU) structure
The matrix structure
Restructuring, reengineering, and e-engineering
Firms often employ restructuring when various ratios appear out of line with competitors
as determined through benchmarking exercises
In reengineering, a firm uses information technology to break down functional barriers and create a work system based on business processes, products, or outputs rather than
on functions or inputs.
Linking perfomance and pay to strategies
Managing resistance to change
Resistance regularly occurs in organizations in the form of sabotaging production machines, absenteeism, filing unfounded grievances, and an unwillingness to
Creating a strategy - supportive culture
changing a firm’s culture to fit a new strategy is usually more effective than changing a strategy to fit an existing culture.
Production concern when implementing strategies
Human Resource Concerns when implementing strategies
Employee stock ownership plans
Balancing work life and home life
Benefits of a diverse workforce
Corporate wellness program
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