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//The given discussion paper is based on the concept of the 'Strategic Planning'. In this series, it is explained that the strategic planning is a dynamic process. In the first section of the discussion paper, the meaning and function of the 'Dynamic Strategic Planning' is made clear.//
Dynamic Strategic Planning
Dynamic Strategic Planning serves as an effective method for developing the logical policies for the intellectual, large scale and effective development of business & technology. It is Dynamic in the sense that it openly realizes the threats and uncertainties that are associated with the potential performance and for approving any technology. Therefore, it helps to build flexibility in the plan and simultaneously adjusting plans as per the events. Dynamic Strategic Planning is Strategic in the sense that it focuses on the long-term benefits rather adopting a myopic view. Apart from this the planning concept in Dynamic Strategic Planning says that it concentrates on developing a process in such a way that best ...
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Roles in strategic planning and organizations
1. As an organizational leader trying to develop collaborative support for new strategies, what would you say is the most critical aspect for you to consider in terms of stakeholder roles (i.e., cultural competency, stakeholder engagement, etc.)?
2. In working with the stakeholders of an organization that has a dynamic and complex environment, how might the role of stakeholders in this environment differ from a more stable environment and how might this difference impact the structure of the strategic planning process?
3. Finally, as an organizational leader trying to build relationships and stakeholder support virtually, how does virtual stakeholder relationship building differ from on-ground relationship building and how does the role of a virtual stakeholder differ from the role of an on-ground stakeholder?
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