Essay on Global Strategic Management

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Global Strategic Management

Executive Summary

In the international competitive environment, the ability of an organization to develop a transnational organizational capability is the key factor that can help the firm adapt to the changes in the dynamic environment. As the fast rate of globalization renders the traditional ways of doing business irrelevant, it is vital for managers to have a global mindset to be effective. Globalization of business has led to the emergence of global strategic management. A combination of strategic management and international business will result in strategies for global cooperation.


Strategic management is a relatively young subject. It has its roots in the economic and social
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And such complexity, sustained over time, can only be effectively addressed through a systemic approach.

Generally speaking, the stages of the cycle of continuous improvement relate to:

• Plan: a stage of definition of necessary objectives and processes to achieve certain results.
• Do: a stage of implementation, where the specific processes and procedures are documented.
• Check: verification stage, which compares the results with those expected, and the findings are documented.
• Act: improvement stage, where the results are analyzed and the necessary improvements are applied to realign the organization toward the desired objectives.

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