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Strategic surveillance

Management efforts to monitor a broad range of events inside and more often outside the firm that are likely to affect the course of its strategy over time .The basic idea behind strategic surveillance is that important yet unanticipated information may be uncovered by a general monitoring of multiple information sources.

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