Policies are directives designed to guide the thinking, decisions, and actions of managers and their subordinates in implementing a firm’s strategy. Sometimes called standard operating procedures, policies increase managerial effectiveness by standardizing many routine decisions and clarifying the discretion managers and subordinates can exercise in implementing functional tactics.

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1. Policies
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