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Theoretical Thinking on the Organization of “Strategic Defects”

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DOI: 10.23977/membt.2019.11001 | Downloads: 4 | Views: 579

Author(s)

Wang Peng 1

Affiliation(s)

1 School of Economics and Management, Dalian University, No.10, Xuefu Avenue, Economic & Technical Development Zone, Dalian, Liaoning,The People's Republic of China(PRC)

Corresponding Author

Wang Peng

ABSTRACT

The strategic flaw of the organization is an objective structural or functional endogenous embarrassment, which leads to the mismatch or loss of resource elements and capabilities within the organization, which will have a negative impact on organizational goals, functions, culture and organizational life cycle. The strategic flaws of the organization will inevitably lead to destructive stress effects and black hole effects. The formation and development of organizational strategic defects generally go through three stages: formation stage, diffusion stage and maturity stage.

KEYWORDS

Strategic defect, Stress effect, Black hole effect, Resource loss

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Wang Peng, Theoretical Thinking on the Organization of “Strategic Defects”. Journal of Membrane Technology (2019) 1: 1-3. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/membt.2019.11001.

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