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La implementación estratégica que contribuya al sistema de organización de la producción de bienes y servicio

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  • Alexei Pérez Velázquez
  • Ana Ivis Ricardo Fernández

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La necesidad de la anticipación y preparación acertada crean las bases del enfoque estratégico que nutren directamente a la Dirección Estratégica Empresarial (DEE), es el orden lógico de las acciones diarias dirigido por un plan a largo plazo. En lo cual se integran cada uno de los procesos que sustente el cumplimiento de las metas organizacionales y las expectativas de los clientes externos. Es la constante y plena consonancia a la adaptación del entorno de los sistemas internos con la elevación de la cohesión para mitigar debilidades y contrarrestar amenazas, que se viabilizan a través de concepción estratégica y la eficaz ejecución, que carecen a nivel del sistema físico de una alineación entre formulación y ejecución; para que el diagrama 1.1 se presenta como hilo conductor del marco teórico-practico referencial que sustenta la investigación.

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  • Alexei Pérez Velázquez & Ana Ivis Ricardo Fernández, 2011. "La implementación estratégica que contribuya al sistema de organización de la producción de bienes y servicio," Contribuciones a la Economía, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 2011-06, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:contri:y:2011:i:2011-06:13
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