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Strategic evaluation & control

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Strategic Evaluation and Control
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Strategic evaluation & control

  1. 1. Strategic Evaluation & Control Presented By: Nikhil B M.com Vijayanagara Sri Krishnadevaraya University Bellary
  2. 2. Strategic Management Process  Strategic Evaluation is defined as the process of determining the effectiveness of a given strategy in achieving the organizational objectives and taking corrective action wherever required.  Strategy evaluation is the final step of strategy management process. The key strategy evaluation activities are: appraising internal and external factors that are the root of present strategies, measuring performance, and taking remedial / corrective actions. Evaluation makes sure that the organizational strategy as well as it’s implementation meets the organizational objectives.
  3. 3. Nature of Strategic Evaluation  Nature of the strategic evaluation and control process is to test the effectiveness of strategy.  During the strategic management process, the strategists formulate the strategy to achieve a set of objectives and then implement the strategy.  There has to be a way of finding out whether the strategy being implemented will guide the organisation towards its intended objectives. Strategic evaluation and control, therefore, performs the crucial task of keeping the organisation on the right track.  In the absence of such a mechanism, there would be no means for strategists to find out whether or not the strategy is producing the desired effect.
  4. 4.  Through the process of strategic evaluation and control, the strategists attempt to answer set of questions, as below.  Are the premises made during strategy formulation proving to be correct?  Is the strategy guiding the organization towards its intended objectives?  Are the organization and its managers doing things which ought to be done?  Is there a need to change and reformulate the strategy?  How is the organization performing?  Are the time schedules being adhered to?  Are the resources being utilized properly?  What needs to be done to ensure that resources are utilized properly and objectives met?
  5. 5. Importance of Strategic Evaluation  Strategic evaluation can help to assess whether the decisions match the intended strategy requirements.  Strategic evaluation, through its process of control, feedback, rewards, and review, helps in a successful culmination of the strategic management process.  The process of strategic evaluation provides a considerable amount of information and experience to strategists that can be useful in new strategic planning.
  6. 6. Participants in Strategic Evaluation  Shareholders  Board of Directors  Chief executives  Profit-centre heads  Financial controllers  Company secretaries  External and Internal Auditors  Audit and Executive Committees  Corporate Planning Staff or Department  Middle-level managers
  7. 7. Process of Strategic Evaluation 1) Fixing benchmark of performance  While fixing the benchmark, strategists encounter questions such as - what benchmarks to set, how to set them and how to express them.  In order to determine the benchmark performance to be set, it is essential to discover the special requirements for performing the main task.  The organization can use both quantitative and qualitative criteria for comprehensive assessment of performance.  Quantitative criteria includes determination of net profit, ROI, earning per share, cost of production, rate of employee turnover etc. Among the Qualitative factors are subjective evaluation of factors such as - skills and competencies, risk taking potential, flexibility etc.
  8. 8. 2) Measurement of performance  The standard performance is a bench mark with which the actual performance is to be compared.  The reporting and communication system help in measuring the performance.  For measuring the performance, financial statements like - balance sheet, profit and loss account must be prepared on an annual basis. 3) Analyzing Variance  While measuring the actual performance and comparing it with standard performance there may be variances which must be analyzed.  The strategists must mention the degree of tolerance limits between which the variance between actual and standard performance may be accepted. 4)Taking Corrective Action  Once the deviation in performance is identified, it is essential to plan for a corrective action.  If the performance is consistently less than the desired performance, the strategists must carry a detailed analysis of the factors responsible for such performance.
  9. 9. Techniques of Strategic Evaluation 1 GAP Analysis 2 SWOT Analysis 3 PEST Analysis 4 Benchmarking
  10. 10. Types of Strategic Control The types of strategic controls are:  Premise control  Implementation control  Strategic surveillance  Special alert control
  11. 11. Strategic Control Strategic controls take into account the changing assumptions that determine a strategy, continually evaluate the strategy as it is being implemented, and take the necessary steps to adjust the strategy to the new requirements. Most commentators would agree with the definition of strategic control offered by Schendel and Hofer: "Strategic control focuses on the dual questions of whether: (1) the strategy is being implemented as planned; and (2) the results produced by the strategy are those intended.“
  12. 12. 1)Premise Control  Every strategy is based on certain planning premises or predictions.  Premise control has been designed to check systematically and continuously whether or not the premises set during the planning and implementation process are still valid.  It involves the checking of environmental conditions. Premises are primarily concerned with two types of factors: a. Environmental factors (for example, inflation, technology, interest rates, regulation, and demographic/social changes). b. Industry factors (for example, competitors, suppliers, substitutes, and barriers to entry)
  13. 13. 2) Implementation Control  Implementing a strategy takes place as a series of steps, activities, investments and acts that occur over a lengthy period.  The two basis types of implementation control are: a. Monitoring strategic thrusts (new or key strategic programs): Two approaches are useful in enacting implementation controls focused on monitoring strategic thrusts: (1) one way is to agree early in the planning process on which thrusts are critical factors in the success of the strategy or of that thrust; (2) the second approach is to use stop/go assessments linked to a series of meaningful thresholds (time, costs, research and development, success, etc.) associated with particular thrusts. b. Milestone Reviews: Milestones are significant points in the development of a programme, such as points where large commitments of resources must be made. A milestone review usually involves a full-scale reassessment of the strategy and the advisability of continuing or refocusing the direction of the company.
  14. 14. 3) Strategic Surveillance  Strategic surveillance is designed to monitor a broad range of events inside and outside the company that are likely to threaten the course of the firm's strategy.  The basic idea behind strategic surveillance is that some form of general monitoring of multiple information sources should be encouraged, with the specific intent being the opportunity to uncover important yet unanticipated information.  Strategic surveillance appears to be similar in some way to "environmental scanning." Strategic surveillance is designed to safeguard the established strategy on a continuous basis.
  15. 15. 4) Special Alert Control  Another type of strategic control is a special alert control.  "A special alert control is the need to thoroughly, and often rapidly, reconsider the firm's basis strategy based on a sudden, unexpected event."  The analysts of recent corporate history are full of such potentially high impact surprises (i.e., natural disasters, chemical spills, plane crashes, product defects, hostile takeovers etc.).  An example of such event is the acquisition of your competitor by an outsider. Such an event will trigger an immediate and intense reassessment of the firm's strategy. Form crisis teams to handle your company's initial response to the unforeseen events.
  16. 16. The fact that hot water freezes faster than cold water still remains a mystery…
  17. 17. Thank you…

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