Determining the influence of strategic planning's elements in its success

Efstathios Tapinos, Robert G. Dyson, Maureen Meadows

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Abstract

This paper presents the results of a multinational large-scale survey, investigating the current trends in strategic planning. The survey was conducted online using the Warwick Business School alumni database. Considering the development and implementation of strategy within a multi-process framework, the 'Strategic Development Process' model by Dyson and O'Brien (1998), using factor analysis, four distinct factors of strategic planning have been produced and with regression analysis, their impact on the success of strategic planning from a process point of view has been assessed. The results indicate that significant variation in practices involved is created by complexity either of the organizational size or environmental turbulence.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Strategic planning
Factor analysis
Business schools
Organizational size
Data base
Process model
Factors
Regression analysis
Multinationals
Environmental turbulence
Development process

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  • strategic planning

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