Strategy, plans, and budgets are unrelated to one another. do you agree? why?


Many people assume that strategy, plans and budgets are related to one another.


This is not the case.

Strategy is a plan of action with a goal in mind.

A plan can be either written or verbal and often details what needs to happen in order for the goal of the project to be reached.

Budgets are an allocation of funds for meeting goals.

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