An analysis of the potential for employing the methods of project management for the purposes of strategic planning

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Abstract

The findings from the authors’ analysis of a number of existing concepts, methods, and models related to strategic planning indicate the complexity of this process even for companies in countries with a developed market economy. Despite the keen interest in the area and the availability of various concepts and models on strategic planning, there remain multiple issues that are of scientific and practical interest. An analysis of some of the key concepts on strategic planning helped draw the conclusion that the so-called “Configuration School” best summarized and combined in itself tenets from many other areas. The concept holds that an enterprise can be described as a certain sustainable configuration of its component parts; it takes on a certain structure, which governs the use of strategies that are inherent to it. Now and then, periods of stability may be interrupted by a transformation - a leap into a different configuration.

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Romanovich, V. K., Yudina, E. V., Panova, A. G., Lustina, T. N., Podsevalova, E. N., & Zikirova, S. S. (2019). An analysis of the potential for employing the methods of project management for the purposes of strategic planning. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(4), 1097–1099.

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