In developing corporate strategy, most experts advise starting with an analysis of (1) organizational resources and (2) forces in the organization’s environment. Some of these factors clearly can be categorized as inputs to the system, while others may be more accurately described as throughput resources internal to the organizational system itself.

My task is to identify a few of the input factors, indicate why they are important, and relate them to your own organization’s situation. But I need some help getting started…

The organization that you can refer to is the U.S. Army

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In developing corporate strategy, most experts advise starting with an analysis of (1) organizational resources and (2) forces in the organization’s environment. Some of these factors clearly can be categorized as inputs to the system, while others may be more accurately described as throughput resources internal to the organizational system itself.

My task is to identify a few of the input factors, indicate why they are important, and relate them to your own organization’s situation. But I need some help getting started…

The organization that you can refer to is the U.S. Army

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