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How do strategic leaders collaborate with other organizations with which they have an alliance?  
There are a number of things strategic leaders do to collaborate with other organizations with which they have an alliance. One of the most important things they do is develop an effective means to communicate with their partners. In order for organizations to benefit from such alliances, it is important for them to share information related to their common goals. Strategic leaders seek and share information that may influence planning and decision making when synchronizing the interest of multiple organizations. They often have to negotiate decisions that affect multiple organizations and develop courses of action to meet mutual goals. One of the key focuses of organizational alliances is to grow individually through their combined strengths. This requires communication and solidarity.
Keywords: goal, Leadership, Organization

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Army Continuing Education System Strategic Planning/Decision Making Classes
Department of Army Field Manual 22-100 Publication
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U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command

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