Extended Literature Review on Strategic Implementation Connecting to Public Sector Universities in Sri Lanka An Initial Thematic Model

R Vivek ,University of Colombo, Sri Lanka (Arvivek46@Gmail.Com )
Y Nanthagopan ,Faculty of Business Studies, Vavuniya Campus, University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka (Ynanthagopan@Yahoo.Com)

Abstract :-

The objective of this work is to review the literature of the main concepts that lead to determining the strategic Management, Theories behind Strategic implementation, Factors behind Strategy Implementation, strategy formulation, and as a guide for the Strategic management in public sector and Challenges in implementation, considering the effects produced by the different types of strategies on the public sector universities and organizations. In this article, the systemic literature review method was used to synthesize the result of multiple investigations and scientific literature from exiting journals. This research support in public sectors and filling the gap in Strategic Execution Literature additionally this research reveals the lack of scientific literature containing important theoretical concepts that serve the strategists as a guide in the creation, formulation, and implementing of strategies. This review contributes to the existing literature to future researchers and finally developed initial thematic model that factors affecting on Strategic implementation in public universities in Sri Lanka. Key factors identified based on Literature review: Student Politics, Communication, Trade union, Training and Organization culture and Resource availability. This model can used for future study in a base of quantitative study.

Key Words: Strategy, Thematic model, Implementation, Training, Resource Availability