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Strategic actions are interdependent and changes in one aspect of a strategic plan affect other actions. Strategic decisions have primary and secondary consequences that should be considered. Globalization has expanded the big picture for many organizations. With a global economy, managers need to look broadly at their business and adapt to an ever-changing competitive situation.
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