Global Strategic Planning: Cultural Perspectives for Profit and Nonprofit Organizations

  • 8h 2m
  • Marios Katsioloudes
  • Taylor and Francis
  • 2002

This unique approach to strategic planning processes goes beyond the traditional application for the for profit sector, to address issues for the nonprofit sector, and global aspects of strategic planning. Most importantly, Dr. Katsioloudes measures the impact of cultural, organizational, national and global issues on the strategic planning process, whether in the forprofit or the nonprofit sector, and provides examples, exercises, and solutions to make this key part of international management easier and more successful.

About the Author

Marios I. Katsioloudes, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Management at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, PA.

In this Book

  • An Introduction to the Strategic Planning Process (SPP)
  • Additional Issues in the Strategic Planning Process (SPP)
  • External Strategic Audit
  • Internal Strategic Audit
  • Strategic Options—Corporate Level
  • Strategic Choice Options—Business and Functional Levels
  • Implementing Strategies in the Business and Functional Levels
  • Evaluation and Control in Strategic Planning
  • A Strategic Planning Process (SPP) Model for the Nonprofit Sector
  • Strategic Marketing for the Public and the Nonprofit Sectors
  • A Framework of Global Strategic Planning
  • Doing Business with Newly Emerging Market (NEM) Economies