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What are Mintzberg's 4 modes of strategic decision-making?



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Asked by Jlmacias, Last updated: Mar 31, 2020

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M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy, Web Content Writer, Denver

Answered Sep 11, 2018

Henry Mintzberg is a renowned management theorist who developed a list of organizational types. He identified various organizations as a result of their blend of strategy, environmental forces, and structure. The entrepreneur should inspire changes and innovation. They should also create and implement new ideas. Disturbance handler is any external or internal issues, or managers should handle roadblocks. The adaptive mode stage in firm's development where long-term strategic decisions are closely linked to its short-term strategy.

The planning mode stage in firm's development where strategies are formulated through a comprehensive process, usually by the board of directors and executives. Logical incrementalism is the management philosophy which states that plans do not come into existence based upon a one -time decision, but rather, it exists by making small decisions that are evaluated periodically.

 

jlmacias

Jlmacias

Answered Sep 22, 2017

Entrepreneurial mode
Adaptive mode
Planning mode
Logical incrementalism
 

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