1. Strategic planning as an academic discipline draws from two different areas of study. This academic discipline is based on studies of the functions of managers and the study of management strategies and process management. Some contributing writers to this discipline include Fayol, Shaw, Barnard, Drucker, Chandler, Andrews, Ansoff, Mintzberg, Peters, and Waterman. Using the Internet, the library, or other resources, provide summary information on an individual who impacted the study of strategic planning and identify that persons impact.
2. choose an individual to write , be specific.