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Strategic planning in this crisis - Part 1: How has the paradigm shifted for Asian retailers?
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Strategic planning, crucial in charting corporate growth and development, helps companies systematically plot where and how they want to go forward with their businesses. As the worsening global economic crisis sees a fundamental restructuring of the world economic order, the business landscape undergoes fundamental changes as well. The paradigm of strategic planning has shifted: The linear trend-extrapolation exercise that used to underpin the process now seems obsolete as strategic planning becomes more daunting and challenging. What are the key changes and new forces at play in the planning? What are the key issues involved and how will they affect Asian retailers? by Steven HL Goh

Steven HL Goh is the executive chairman of RETAIL ASIA. He is also CEO of The Business Company, a consulting firm advising multinational retailers on retail strategies and business development opportunities in the Asia-Pacific.


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2009 May Stories:

Strategic planning in this crisis - Part 1: How has the paradigm shifted for Asian retailers?

HKTDC Food Expo 2009 to host first Hong Kong International Tea Fair

Cards & Payments Asia 2009: Shifting consumer attitudes impacting market direction

How Thailand instils

High stakes ensure integrity in Singapore

Cleanliness, safety the be-all & end-all in the Philippines

More needs to be done in Malaysia

India works to flush out the enemy within

One bright spot in downturn: Cosmetics non-negotiable

Two malls set to open in Singapore

GLP continues investment in China

Melamine scare, global recession put a dent on world dairy market

Laura Ashley Japan installs software to improve store efficiency, customer service

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