Strategic Intent and Strategic Mission

Strategic intent is internally focused. It is concerned with identifying the resources, capabilities, and core competencies on which a firm can base its strategic actions. Strategic intent reflects what a firm is capable of doing as a result of its core competencies and the unique ways they can be used to exploit a competitive advantage.

 Strategic mission is a statement of a firms’s unique purpose and the scope of its operations in product and market terms. Strategic mission flows from strategic intent. It is externally focused. A strategic mission provides general descriptions of the products a firm intends to produce and the markets it will serve using its internally based core competencies.

 An effective strategic mission establishes a firm’s individuality and is exciting, inspiring, and relevant to all stakeholders. Together, strategic intent and strategic mission yield the insights required to formulate and implement the firm’s strategies.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mymarcj
    Nov 18, 2009 @ 12:56:44

    Great piece by all standards.


  2. kayombo kalama
    Nov 25, 2011 @ 06:26:29

    Thanks so much for the wonderful information.GOD bless each and everyone of you people.


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