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Mintzber 1994 The fall and Rise of Strategic Planning
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. True to the scientific management pioneered by Frederick Taylor, this one best way involved separating thinking from doing and creating a new function staffed by specialists: strategic planners. Save to Library.
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The rise and fall of strategic planning
Search this site. Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning by Henry Mintzberg Synopsis: In this definitive and revealing history, Henry Mintzberg, the iconoclastic former president of the Strategic Management Society, unmasks the press that has mesmerized so many organizations since strategic planning. One of our most brilliant and original management thinkers, Mintzberg concludes that the term is an oxymoron -- that strategy cannot be planned because planning is about analysis and strategy is about synthesis. That is why, he asserts, the process has failed so often and so dramatically. Mintzberg traces the origins and history of strategic planning through its prominence and subsequent fall. He argues that we must reconceive the process by which strategies are created -- by emphasizing informal learning and personal vision -- and the roles that can be played by planners.
He findsplanning neither apolitical nor objective. The design of the planningprocess predicts the outcomeProblems in suppressing politicsduring planningThe need for control createsleaders who see only turbulencearound them. Four sins of trivial planning. Leaders or managers of planning activities can shape thefinal outcome of the process by the design and implementation of the planning process. Their bias may beexpressed as "planning as an end unto itself,""consideration of a narrow form of rationality," "towardsteady incremental change rather than periodic quantumchange," "toward centralized power When planning avoids the politics of the organizations,leaders tend to find themselves managing sharpenedconflicts when the plans face implementation.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. True to the scientific management pioneered by Frederick Taylor, this one best way involved separating thinking from doing and creating a new function staffed by specialists: strategic planners. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed.
The Fall and Rise of Strategic Planning
True to the scientific management pioneered by Frederick Taylor, this one best way involved separating thinking from doing and creating a new function staffed by specialists: strategic planners. Planning systems were expected to produce the best strategies as well as step-by-step instructions for carrying out those strategies so that the doers, the managers of businesses, could not get them wrong. As we now know, planning has not exactly worked out that way.
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Итак, кольцо взял немец. - Верно. - Куда он делся.
Он должен был знать, что случится, если АНБ не получит кольцо, - и все же в последние секунды жизни отдал его кому-то. Он не хотел, чтобы оно попало в АНБ. Но чего еще можно было ждать от Танкадо - что он сохранит кольцо для них, будучи уверенным в том, что они-то его и убили. И все же Сьюзан не могла поверить, что Танкадо допустил бы .
А не заберет ли он ключ .