What does a Corporate Strategy do?
Strategy managers review and organization to determine strengths, weaknesses, operational effectiveness and opportunities for improvement. They recommend initiatives from internal and external factors that minimize risks and formulate plans to achieve long-term goals. They assess organizational performance and develop achievable goals by implementing processes that improve organizational effectiveness while building a sustainable competitive advantage.
Strategy managers support the development of a long-term organizational strategy. They conduct research and analysis of operational effectiveness, processes, stakeholders and stakeholders. They align department goals and process and resource allocation with the organizational strategy in mind and assess competitors and market trends. They identify threats and opportunities and present their findings, projections, and recommended actions. They monitor and report projects and support and guide senior executives in the decision-making process. Strategy managers need a degree in business or related fields; some employers prefer an MBA.
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Corporate Strategy Career Path
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