TITLE

Strategic Planning by use of Total Systems Intervention Towards the Strategic Alignment

AUTHOR(S)
Mehregan, Mohammad Reza; Kahreh, Mohammad Safari; Yousefi, Homayoun
PUB. DATE
April 2011
SOURCE
International Journal of Trade, Economics & Finance;Apr2011, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p166
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Strategic planning is one of the most important activities associated with the almost all of the organizations and firms. In the other hand, the lack of alignment of organization elements towards the organizational strategy leads to poor execution. When the different departments of the organization have different strategies that are different directions and implementations, the whole organizational purposes and visions rarely could archive. The main purpose of this paper id to presentation a new framework for align organizational strategies by using the Total Systems Intervention (TSI) approach for decision makers and all the managers and beneficiaries the associated with the process of strategic planning in the organizations. Total Systems Intervention (TSI) is a meta-methodology that brings together a range of systems metaphors, a framework of systems methodologies, and various systems approaches to enable creative problem solving. In this paper after detail literature review of the field, the Analytical Framework for strategic alignment will present. In the final paper both theoretical and applied recommendation will provided.
ACCESSION #
74207244

 

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