Importance of strategic management , Strategic Management

Discuss What is the importance of strategic management towards the success of a business?

Ans) Strategic management used to play a dissimilar after the Second World War. Strategic plans of the past generally range 3 to 5 years. Some companies could even have plans for 10 good years. That is not possible today given rapid evolution of our society.

 

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