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Mintzberg's incremental decision process model.

What are the three major phases in Mintzberg's incremental decision process model? Why might an organization recycle through one or more phases of the model?

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The three different phases of the Incremental Model are: identification, development and selection. The Incremental Model utilizes the strategy of a step by step process in which an organization will look at the future, experiment and learn from a series of incremental commitments in place of total strategies or global formulations. The process is thought to be logical and should be used to integrate the political, psychological and informational needs of an organization when setting a strategy. ...

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This assignment discusses the three major phases in Mintzberg's incremental decision process model.

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