Strategy Making: Providing Orientation and Sense
In this chapter the authors explain how strategic thinking is introduced to the participants of a leadership course. They put into focus the stakeholder management approach where the task of the leaders is to shape balanced and sustainable relations. The authors introduce a stepwise approach to develop a strategy and an implementation plan for a monastery. The chapter ends with observations and recommendations to Benedictine leaders.
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