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Impact of the organization environment in the long-range planning process

William M. Lindsay

Impact of the organization environment in the long-range planning process

a contingency view

by William M. Lindsay

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Published by Academy of Management in Mississippi State, Miss .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Photocopy of: Academy of Management journal, vol.23, no.3, (1980), pp.385-404.

Other titlesAcademy of Management journal.
StatementWilliam M. Lindsay, Leslie W. Rue.
ContributionsRue, Leslie W., Academy of Management.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18445533M

We will focus on establishing leadership, the organizational change and operational planning process, and the initial implementation of the new organizational structure.   CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of.

Work Processes. The work process approach, which has roots in industrial engineering and work measurement, focuses on accomplishing tasks. It starts with a simple but powerful idea: organizations accomplish their work through linked chains of activities cutting . The plan of action that describes resource allocation and activities for dealing with the environment, achieving a competitive advantage, and attaining the organization's goals. Competitive advantage refers to what sets the organization apart from others and provides it with a distinctive edge for meeting customer or client needs in the.

  5. Operating Environment. The annual budget process is influenced by several factors that are composed of a public organization’s operating, or organizational, environment. These factors include its political environment, its economic environment, its social environment, and its legal environment. Abstract—In the dynamic environment demand of continual development is opportunity and a string of survival. Development of every organization is a cyclical or a periodical process. Every period of development is involved with future creation actions of organization and planning.


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Lawrence P. R., Lorsch J. Organization and environment: Managing differentiation and integration. Boston: Division of Research, Harvard Business School, Google Scholar; Lindsay W. An investigation of the impact of environmental complexity on structural and process-related factors of long-range planning in selected U.S.

by: One stream of strategic planning research has raised the issue of whether the length of time a firm or organization has been involved in the strategic planning process has any impact on performance.

In their study of the banking industry (Gup and Whitehead, ; Burt, ; Kuala, ; Lenz, ; Leontiades and Tezel, ) tested the notion. It is upon this premise that this study seeks to find the impact of organizational culture on planning as professed by employees in the hospital and the significant difference between sex and age.

How Relevant is Long-Range Strategic Planning. Summing Up: Jim Heskett 's readers argue that long-range planning, while necessary for organizational success, must be adaptable to the competitive environment. Keywords: Work environment, employee performance, workplace design, environmental factors, motivation today’s competitive business environment, organizations can no longer afford to waste the potential of their workforce.

There are key factors in the employee’s workplace environment that impact greatly on. An organizational environment is composed of forces or institutions surrounding an organization that affect performance, operations, and resources. To manage the organization effectively, managers.

Strategic Planning and Long-Range Planning Although many use the terms strategic planning and long-range planning interchangeably, the terms differ in their emphasis on the “assumed” environment. Long-range planning is generally considered to assume current knowledge about.

Your organization-wide strategy is fine, but there’s one area in your business environment (or internal process) that needs to be realigned with your strategy.

If you can identify with one of these scenarios, this article is for you. Below are 16 of the most popular and effective strategic planning models out there. Balanced Scorecard. StrataJazz’s strategic hospital planning uses sophisticated models to determine a long term plan, by understanding operating margins.

By incorporating investment goals and how they will likely impact the organization’s P&L, cash flow, and balance sheet, StrataJazz increases the predictability of how to save and where to invest. environmental and organizational factors. Key words: Strategic planning, organisational, performance, impact effectiveness, intensity strategic planning process has a direct positive effect on banks' financial performance and mediates the planning meetings and written long-range plans.

The studies did not generally examine the. The long-range plan should be reviewed at least once a year to be sure it reflects changes in the company's position and its markets.

REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE [ top ] Jeff Brown of J.S. Brown & Co. in Columbus, Ohio, headed a booming remodeling business that grew steadily from its start in untilwhen it was doing $, in sales.

Planning Principles and Practices 2 April by Todd Litman Victoria Transport Policy Institute Abstract Planning refers to the process of deciding what to do and how to do it.

This paper summarizes key principles and practices for effective planning, particularly land use and transportation planning. Environmental intelligence gathering is a process of constantly scanning the Forecasting and Planning: €Environmental uncertainty should be used to predict the future course of the environment and plan appropriately to reduce its adverse impact.

A planned organization is better prepared against the unstable environment and can. An organization's internal environment is composed of the elements within the organization, including current employees, management, and especially corporate culture, which defines employee behavior.

Although some elements affect the organization as a whole, others affect only the manager. A manager's philosophical or leadership style directly impacts employees. The second group of questions in the Baldrige Organizational Profile is listed under the heading "Organizational Environment." F.

within an organization are the ones that impact the organization's culture the most rapidly. quality lies in translating the "vision" of an integrated leadership system and long-range planning process into.

book (see Figure ): 4 1. External Analysis: Analyze the opportunities and threats, or constraints, that exist in the organization’s external environment, including industry and forces in the external environment.

Internal Analysis: Analyze the organization’s strengths and weaknesses in its internal environment. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g.

) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of. Corrigendum to ‘Not every coopetitor is the same: The impact of technological, market and geographical overlap with coopetitors on firms’ breakthrough inventions’ [Long Range Plan 53 () ].

The new five-year plan has to take all this into account. The position may be different in the case of long-range planning, since it may look decades ahead. The effort involved in such a process may mean that such forecasts are repeated less frequently; typically every.

strategic planning is a disciplined, research-based method of inquiry that allows school districts to create their own futures through rigorous organization assessment and long-range planning, followed by operational execution.

Strategic planning focuses on the internal and external environment. Organizational development is the process through which an organization develops the internal capacity to be the most effective it can be in its mission work and to sustain itself over the long term.

This definition highlights the explicit connection between organizational development work and the achievement of organizational mission.planning is to identify and analyze organizational goals. The quantitative and qualitative existence of human resources is a necessary condition to achieve objectives.

Any change in the strategic planning of an organization entails changes in the strategic planning of human resources. b) Analysis of organizational environment.Each organization will have various reasons to evaluate their initiative — some will be more focused on how to improve a program while others are following conditions set by a funder.

Many organizations choose to undergo evaluation to ensure their leadership programs suit the cultural needs of the organization.