Conducting a Strategic Audit

The purpose of an audit is to assess an organization’s strategy. Diverse information is typically obtained from library research, field work, or direct interviews and increasingly the Internet. There are typically eight dimensions in formulating a unified, comprehensive, and integrated set of decisions from a top-management perspective that attains organization purpose.

Step 1: Situation Assessment

Step 2: Strategic Managers

Step 3: Environmental Scanning

Step 4: Strategy Evaluation

Step 5: Administrative Considerations

Step 6: Action Planning

Step 7: Implementation

Step 8: Performance Evaluation and Control


Copyright 1997 Paul Miesing. All rights reserved. Revised on April 10, 2006.

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