The impact of strategic foresight on strategic decision-making- Analytical study at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research
The current study aims at the extent of determining the interest of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and its various departments in the process of strategic foresight, and whether this interest is reflected in its strategic decisions if the study relies on an exploratory and analytical approach and has targeted managers in the higher management within this ministry, and the questionnaire has also been used as a basic tool for collecting For data, the study population was (94), (89) questionnaires were distributed, (86) questionnaires were retrieved, and usable questionnaires amounted to (83). The sub-variable had the highest impact on strategic decision-making (intuition), as this research demonstrated the existence of the effect relationship and a link between strategic foresight in strategic decision-making, and through the two researchers polling previous studies at the local level, no study examined the relationship between These two variables.
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