In Well-Managed Enterprises, an 'Office of Strategy Management' is Totally Unnecessary

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Warren D. Miller, CPA, CFA
Strategy Consultant, United States

In Well-Managed Enterprises, an 'Office of Strategy Management' is Totally Unnecessary

🔥NEW In a company that understands its business strategy and, in the context of a diversified company, its corporate strategy, I am unable to see any need whatsoever for an 'office of strategy management.' If there is one in a given company, then, I, for one, would be surprised if that particular company had either a viable business strategy or, if applicable, a viable corporate strategy. In fact, I wouldn't be just 'surprised.' I'd be downright flabbergasted.

  Lalita Thapa
Management Consultant, Nepal
 

Is an Office of Strategy Management Totally Unnecessary

We are in a changing environment. Nothing remains static. So is the business strategy. Therefore, to be in line with the changing environment, one always needs to see what would be the best strategy to remain relevant and responsive to the new environment.

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

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Please note that the topic of this discussion is not if some form of a strategy is needed (of course it is), but if an Office of Strategy Management is necessary. See here for what an Office of Strategy Management actually is and what are its functions.

 

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