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What is the difference between strategic and operating controls? What level of management within your organization would be most concerned with operational controls?

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Strategic control helps implement a plan, it notices things that could be useful and not useful to its strategy. Strategic control requires monitoring, finding issues, and making adjustments. Operational control is the focus on completing a goal or objective. operational controls may also experience strategic controls if arrangements are to be made. The top level management in my organization should be concerned with these  control types and responsibility.