The actions taken to ensure a process or activity supports the organization's strategy, goals and objectives.
The arrangement of the parts of a system to support the overall purpose of the system. Strategic alignment means deliberately arranging all parts of an enterprise, including its IT function and investments in its IT capability, to be consistent with the enterprise's overall business purpose and priorities (mission, vision, measurable goals, strategies, etc.) as a whole.
strategic consistency and synergy
The positioning of the human capital system's policies, practices, and strategies in relationship to the agency's strategic plan and performance plan, so what is done in the system is in direct support of the agency's mission, goals, and objectives.
consistency or congruency between and among the school's vision, mission, and expectations; formative and summative data analyses; processes; resource allocations; training plans; and strategic goals and objectives. Effective alignment requires a common understanding of the key goals and objectives, measures, and those key processes that will support attainment of the goals and objectives at all levels of the organization (county, school, classroom, & individual levels).
Donors base their overall support on partner countriesâ€(tm) national development strategies, institutions and processes (Paris Declaration).
The process of linking workplace education efforts, and the evaluation of these efforts, to an organization's overall business strategy.