organizational strategy


An expression of how an organization needs to evolve over time to meet its objectives along with a detailed assessment of what needs to be done. Developing an organizational strategy for a business involves first comparing its present state to its targeted state to define differences, and then stating what is required for the desired changes to take place.

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  • Our organizational strategy was in place and I knew that it would be a really good way to go about learning and being profitable.

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  • You should try to come up with the best organizational strategy that you can so that you are working optimally.

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  • Our organizational strategy for cleaning up the moon is simple, there are too many potholes(craters); we have to fill the craters one mile at a time, then after 50 years of filling craters, we can finally see a clean and spotless new moon.

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