The relationship between organisational structure and strategy formulation.
The influence of business functions on business orientations.
The concepts of organisational climate, corporate personality and culture as factors affecting business organisation and practice.
The development of a marketing-orientated organisation.
The notions of corporate vision, mission and strategic intent.
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