The rise and fall of strategic planning : reconceiving roles for planning, plans, planners
By: Mintzberg, HenryMaterial type: BookPublisher: New York : Free Press, 2013.Description: xix, 458 p. : ill ; 24 cm.ISBN: 978-1476754765; 0029216052Program: ENGG954 TBS920 TBS921 MGNT926 MGNT910Subject(s): Strategic planningDDC classification: 658.4/012
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -443) and index.
Traces the origins and history of strategic planning since 1965, looks at various models of strategic planning and why they failed, and argues that the process by which strategies are created within organizations must be reconceived.
ENGG954 TBS920 TBS921 MGNT926 MGNT910