Components of strategy, Project Management

Components of Strategy

Strategy has four basic components:

Scope: which refers to the position the firm wants to have in relation to its environment.

Resource deployment indicates how the organization intends to allocate resources.

Competitive advantage is the specification of what advantage(s) the firm holds relative to competitors and

Synergy is the extent to which various businesses within the firm can expect to draw on one another.

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