Strategic control is concerned with tracking a Strategy as it is being
implemented, detecting problems or changes in its underlying
premises, and making necessary adjustments.
• The control of strategy can be characterized as a form of
• As time lapses between the initial implementation of a
strategy and achievement of its intended result,
investments are made and numerous projects and actions
are undertaken to implement the strategy.
Types of strategic control
Premise control serves the purpose of continually testing the assumptions to find out
whether they are still valid or not. It helps in the strategists to take corrective action at right
Environmental factor Industry factor
Analysis of tactics
Series of steps
Milestone reviewMonitoring strategy
Special alert control
Examples-Sudden Fall Of
Events, Natural Calamities.