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Strategy Implementation Effectiveness: A Pedagogical Framework To Bridge The Micro-Macro Divide
The various disciplines that comprise Management (strategy, organizational behavior, leadership, organizational theory, human resources, etc.) are all critical elements of effective organization. However, the vast majority of the time, these disciplines are taught independently. This is especially true in terms of the divide between macro concepts, such as business strategy, and micro concepts, such as leadership and organizational behavior. However, it is essential that the students we serve (and in-turn, the future business leaders), are able to understand the link between the two and organize people and processes in such a way to maximize the chances of strategic success. In this session, we share a model of strategy implementation effectiveness that bridges the gap between planning and executing strategy and links key concepts within the realm of organizational behavior to organizational performance: the focus of strategic management.