UofP - MBA590 - Summary - Week Three - 12-24-05

UofP - MBA590 - Summary - Week Three - 12-24-05 - Week 3...

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Week 3 – Summary Week Three invoked some amazing dialogue, discussion, and arguments regarding strategic planning, implementation, project management, and communication. Below, are some salient points that made the discussion substantive, which includes information based on the text, research, and work experience. Barriers to Strategy Based on the text, research, and work experience, I learned that several barriers exist that might prevent the communication of a strategy down through the various levels of an organization. These include—but not limited to—(1) an ineffective top management team, (2) an inability to speak truthfully to top managers, (3) unclear strategy and conflicting priorities, (4) a leadership style that is too “accommodating,” (5) poor coordination or teamwork, and (6) Inadequate leadership skills and development at middle levels. From research, I discovered that the creation of a strategy should happen at every level of the organization. By looking at strategy as
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course STATEGIC O 590 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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UofP - MBA590 - Summary - Week Three - 12-24-05 - Week 3...

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