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What is the Difference Between Organization Wide Strategies and Strategic Objectives? (5 mins)video

We often get questions about the meaning of carious strategic planning terms. During this month’s Strategy Huddle the experts at OnStrategy define Organization-Wide Strategy and Strategic Priorities and discuss how they differ.

Briefly, an Organization-Wide Strategy is the overarching strategy for the entire organization whereas Strategic Objectives are mini strategies organized by the 4 areas of the Balanced Scorecard.



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