[SOLVED] A company that pursues and achieves strategic objectives
is likely to be a below-average financial performer because diverting resources to the pursuit of strategic objectives takes away from the achievement of financial performance targets.
is frequently better able to improve its future financial performance (because of the stronger market standing and greater ability to compete successfully against rivals that result from setting and achieving aggressive strategic objectives).
is likely to earn lower profits than a company that focuses it full attention on achieving higher profitability.
is unlikely to satisfy shareholder expectations because senior executives are not totally focused on the only valid purpose of a business: making the largest possible profit for shareholders.
believes that pleasing customers is the single biggest driver of good long-term financial performance.