How would strategic management allow for an organization to be proactive in shaping its own future? What types of organizations (provide at least 3) would need to evaluate strategy more frequently than others and why?
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Strategic cross-functional management is central to capitalizing on functional excellence, and in order for functional specialists to make the greatest possible contribution, managers must take a broader view of their functions and understand how they fit into the web of the organizational processes and, ultimately, into the overall strategy.
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Strategic management is considered.