Definitions of Emergent Strategy

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Definitions of Emergent Strategy
Emergent strategy, is a strategy that is not carefully pre-planned; it is discovered in the lack of purposes, or in an unexpected form possibly as a result of changes in the environment; alterations in the personnel, who may have different perspectives and motives; and adjustments made by those involved in the implementation in order to take account of local conditions not anticipated by the planners of the strategy.

What is Emergent Strategy
Stefania Di Cristofalo, Coach, Italy, Member
Emergent Strategy is a strategy that can emerge in a Learning Organization where System Thinking is supported by the the ability of Presensing (presen...Sign up

Emergent Strategy. Simply
Hamour Adam, Consultant, Member
It's a part of a dynamic vision towards strategy formation. According to this thinking, the strategy is continuously updated due changes in the enviro...Sign up

What is the Meaning of Emergent Strategy
Mohammed Ghazy, Management Consultant, United Arab Emirates, Member
Emergent Strategy (ES) is a chain of actions that responds to the reality occuring to an organization.
It contradicts a deliberate strategy where...Sign up

There Always is an Emergent Strategy
Bernhard Keim, Business Consultant, Germany, Premium Member
No organization is running without a concept representing its future and how to cope with it. It is formed by experience and expectation. This is the ...Sign up


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