Strategic decisions are the decisions that are concerned with whole environment in which the firm operates, the entire resources and the people who form the company and the interface between the two.
The differences between Strategic, Administrative and Operational decisions can be summarized as follows-
|Strategic Decisions||Administrative Decisions||Operational Decisions|
|Strategic decisions are long-term decisions.||Administrative decisions are taken daily.||Operational decisions are not frequently taken.|
|These are considered where The future planning is concerned.||These are short-term based Decisions.||These are medium-period based decisions.|
|Strategic decisions are taken in Accordance with organizational mission and vision.||These are taken according to strategic and operational Decisions.||These are taken in accordance with strategic and administrative decision.|
|These are related to overall Counter planning of all Organization.||These are related to working of employees in an Organization.||These are related to production.|
|These deal with organizational Growth.||These are in welfare of employees working in an organization.||These are related to production and factory growth.|
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