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00_UNFAIR_2 - I Strategies as Pathways What Outcomes are...

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I. Strategies as “Pathways” Q What Outcomes are Attainable is Determined Largely by the Alternative Pathways (Strategy Options) Created by Management Q Pathways Exist in Context -- Publics, Competitors
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II. Q Time Frame - longer term / immediate Q Scope -- more open(a strategic choice (SC)) / focused (a given (G) set within a strategy) Q Ease of evaluation -- difficult / less so Q Resources -- level is SC / usually G Q Game Metaphor -- chess / tug of war Q Strategy decisions affect the firm’s pathway -- the core decisions
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Core Decisions Q What is My Offer? Q Who is My Customer? Q Who is My Competitor? Q How Do I Create Value and Make a Profit?
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Q “Doing the Right Thing” & “Within a Set of Right Things, doing things right” Q Not always easy to distinguish because of the inter-relatedness of information and actions between levels of the organization Q Are strategy decisions more important than tactical decisions? Tactical decisions do affect survival -- Can one recover?.
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Strategy deals with “doing the right thing.” But, WHAT are the right things to do? Q
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