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Identify and briefly discuss three differences between strategy formulation and strategy implementation?

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A difference between strategy formulation and strategy implementation is the concept of one making the right choices in comparison to actually taking the right actions. The latter is much more difficult, since it involves execution. It is much easier to declare that an organization intends to capture 10 percent of the market, compared to actually taking the actions to successfully do so. Moving from theory to practice involves ...

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