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Just as organizations define goals at different levels, they also establish plans

Just as organizations define goals at different levels, they also establish plans

Just as organizations define goals at different levels, they also establish plans at different levels. On the basis of the organizational level, plans can be strategic, tactical and operational. Which of the following would not be an accurate depiction of the differences between strategic and tactical planning?

[A]Strategic planning is developed mainly by upper-level management and tactical planning is generally developed by lower-level management


[B]Facts for strategic planning are generally easier to gather than facts for tactical planning


[C]Strategic plans generally contain less detail than tactical plans


[D]Strategic plans generally cover a longer period of time than tactical plans

Liam Smith 18-Dec-2017

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