Strategic risk (strategy risk) is a risk associated with company's strategic plan and its implementation. It is an object of strategic risk management and one of the most important factor in monitoring and controlling company's results. Strategic risk could arise from bad implementation of strategic plan, low motivation, bad leadership, mistakes made during decision making process, bad information and external factors such as competition, political instability, blocked access to important resources, societal change.
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