Formality of strategic management

The formality of strategic management system varies widely among companies.

Formality refers to the degree to which participants, responsibilities, authority and discretion  in decision making are specified.

It is an important consideration in the study of strategic management, because greater formality is usually positively correlated with the cost, comprehensiveness, accuracy, and success of planning.

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