Corporate Strategy

Corporate Strategy

  • Long-term vision that motivates the team and engages investors
  • Portfolio strategy to achieve the vision
  • Corporate policies and processes
  • Strategic performance measurement

The role of corporate strategy is to maximize shareholder value that means the value of the enterprise as a whole is more than the sum of its parts. Corporate strategy is an ongoing process — particularly in today’s volatile competitive environments. Consistently delivering value creation requires that companies enhance their capabilities and regularly revisit their strategies.

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