Strategic alert control - Strategic control Strategic Implementation

Strategic alert control strategic control - strategic implementation

Embed Size (px)

Citation preview

Strategic alert control - Strategic controlStrategic Implementation

Prepared By

Kindly restrict the use of slides for personal purpose. Please seek permission to reproduce the same in public forms and presentations.

Manu Melwin JoyAssistant Professor

Ilahia School of Management Studies

Kerala, India.Phone – 9744551114

Mail – [email protected]

Strategic control• Strategic control is concerned

with tracking a strategy as it is being implemented, detecting problems or changes in its underlying premises and making necessary adjustments. The most important purpose of strategic control is to help top achieve organizational goals through monitoring and evaluating the strategic management process.

Types of strategic control

Strategic alert control

• A strategic alert control is

the thorough and often

rapid consideration of the

firm’s strategy because of

a sudden unexpected


Strategic alert control

• Examples of such events can

be the sudden fall of the

government, a natural

calamity etc. In the face of

such unexpected events, the

firm should respond

immediately, and releases it

strategies quickly.