Aspects of strategic management in the changing environment
I.V. Dombaeva, kandidat yuridicheskih nauk, dotsent Uralskogo gosudarstvennogo agrarnogo universiteta (Ekaterinburg, Karla Libknehta, 42) Retsenzent: I.P. Chupina, doktor ekonomicheskih nauk, professor Uralskogo gosudarstvennogo agrarnogo universitetaStrategic management is a rapidly developing area of management science and practice that has emerged in response to the increasing dynamism of the external business environment. The theory of strategic planning and management has been developed by American business re-searchers and consulting firms, then this unit has entered the Arsenal of methods of intra-planning of all developed countries. Modern strategic management has its own specifics. The specifics of strategic management is manifested in the fact that it allows you to find answers to such important questions for any organization, such as: in which direction are we moving? what is the purpose of our movement? what do we exist for? If earlier the answers to this question were considered well-known, and the main task of the management was to "calculate the way from point A to point B", that is, to decide at the expense of what resources the goal will be achieved, now strategic management begins not with planning, but with goal-setting. This is very important and brings the very concept of management of the organization to a new level, as it shows how much the development goals of different organizations can differ, how serious the ideological, psychological, philosophical differences between them.
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