Explain the differences between implementation controls, strategic surveillance, and special alert controls. Give an example of each.
"Special alert controls"
The thorough, and often rapid, reconsideration of the firm's strategy because of a sudden unexpected event. Firms maintain "Crisis Teams" to handle these special situations.
Implementation controls are aimed at ascertaining whether unfolding events and results involving steps leading to the implementation of the ...
Differences between implementation controls, strategic surveillance, and special alert controls