The Practical Use Of Strategic Planning

Consider the healthcare leaders and managers who have been profiled in the learning resources throughout this course. Would they all have the same vision for their organizations and plan for the same outcomes? Would the CEO of a hospital involve the same stakeholders in the same strategic planning process as the president of a foundation that funds services for families facing cancer, for example? The answer to these questions would likely be no.

In strategic planning, there is no “one-size-fits all.” Because every situation is different, healthcare leaders and managers must carefully weigh many different aspects of their organization—defining elements, goals, stakeholders, strategies for success, and roles.

To prepare for this Assignment:

Select two strategic plans from those listed below or find your own example from credible sources or your own experience. If you work in a healthcare setting, you might ask for a copy of the strategic plan from your organization.
Lyon County Human Services Department. (n.d.). Lyon County Human Services Department strategic plan FY 2015-2019. Retrieved from http://www.lyon-county.org/DocumentCenter/View/6294
Seattle Children’s Hospital. (n.d.). Moving boldly into our future. Retrieved from https://www.seattlechildrens.org/pdf/2017-strategic-plan.pdf

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