Governance and Strategy Implementation in Local Clusters to Improve the Performance
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Helen Fischer Günther, Maurício Fernandes Pereira, Murialdo Loch, Alexandre Marino Costa

Abstract


Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) are designed to operate in networks, cooperatively, in order to obtain benefits that would not occur through the alone action, and encourage the development of local productive arrangements (LPA). Emerge the need for synergy between the actors, operationalized by the mechanisms of integration, which must be managed for efficiency. These characteristics of cooperation and interaction impact the achievement of the objectives and strategies, and administrative functions and plans. Therein appear one of the challenges of present time: how to implement the strategies, plans, and how to make the strategy works? Governance emerges, then, as a medium to achieve the objectives and, so, talk about it in the LPA extends the focus on developing management methods to maintain the idiosyncrasies, to the same extent as they contribute to the effectiveness and improvement in performance.


Keywords


Strategy implementation; Local productive arrangements; Governance; Performance.

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Iberoamerican Journal of Strategic Management  e-ISSN: 2176-0756