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Zimbabwe Food Manufacturing Strategy Formulation and Implementation

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 11175-11184

Keywords : Competitive Advantage; Capacity Utilization; Differentiation Strategies; Food Manufacturing Industry In Zimbabwe; Strategy Formulation; Strategy Implementation;

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This document addresses the strategies and effects on competitive performance in the food-producing sector in Zimbabwe of policy development, strategy quality and implementation. So far as the author was able to determine by reviewing previous research, none of the previous studies simultaneously investigated in a single study policy development, organizational strategy and strategy execution. The goal of this study is to identify causes and remedies for the competitiveness of Zimbabwe's food production sector. Survey data on the competitiveness of the manufacturing sector, such as corruption, financing, technology, labour, uncompetitive exports, stable energy at high costs have been analysed. This analysis also takes into account the moderating impact of the environment in relation to the formulations of strategies and competitive success and strategy material. The paper also analyses the moderating impact of the structure of business level on the relation between the material and competitive output of strategy formulation. Within these studies, some methodological shortcomings ofprevious studies were also discussed by consistent description of Zimbabwe's food production market, use of a reasonable sample size and properly validated structures. This study surveys 150 CEOs in Harare, Bulawayo, Mutare, Gweru and Masvingo in Zimbabwe. The research paper is based on the following examples. The method used was the questionnaire that was handled by itself. Inferential and descriptive statistical tools have been used to analyse the collected data. In combination with policy development and strategic execution, a systemic model indicates that some of these bivariate relationships are negligible.

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