Screening policy options: An approach and a case study example
This paper examines screening procedures in the context of developing an understanding of, and dialogue about, strategic problems. Such a dialogue process is seen as providing a ‘thinking structure’ for policy type problems. Within this dialogue, many different inputs and analyses of assumptions should be reviewed and discussed as a prelude to policy choice. A case example drawn from the electronics industry is presented, followed by a discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of such approaches.
Strategic Management Policy
Strategy and Organisation
Strategic Management Journal
Screening policy options: An approach and a case study example. (1982). Strategic Management Journal. 3, (3), 227-244. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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