Terminology of operation strategy, Operation Management

Terminology of Operation Strategy 

It might be useful just to put some description to the terms used repetitively in this section. 

Terminology of strategy 

Mission or vision statement - The organisation's raison d'être and values; open and acknowledged statement of the primary purpose of the organisation; desired outcome; future state; the aspirations of the organisation.

Strategies - Policies which will achieve the long term direction (assessed against possible success)

Goal or objectives - Aim or purpose clearly stated in understandable terms

Distinctive competencies - Resources, relationships, processes or skills which provide 'competitive advantage'

Control - Monitoring of actions to assess the effectiveness of strategies and actions 

Stakeholders - Those with an interest or links with the organisation: shareholders, staff suppliers, the government, local authority and community, customers.

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