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How to Create a Strategic Plan
Looking for a way to take your company in a new and profitable direction? It starts with strategic planning. Keep reading to learn what a strategic plan is, why you need it and how you can strategically create one.
What Is a Strategic Plan?
When it comes to business and finance, strategic planning will help you allocate your resources, energy and assets. When implemented, a strategic plan will begin to move your operations in a more profitable direction. The primary goal of the plan is to ensure you and any other stakeholders are on the same page and striving to reach the same goal.
Creating a strategic plan requires a disciplined effort. Once you put the plan into action, it will influence the segment of customers that you target, how you serve those customers and the experience those customers have.
Assess the Current Infrastructure and Operations
The first step in creating a strategic plan is to carefully assess your existing infrastructure and operations. You can do this through a SWOT analysis, which is an analysis of the company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The goal here is to pinpoint the resources that you use to carry out your day-to-day operations, to look at your monthly revenue patterns, to list any company challenges related to the customer experience and, most importantly, to look at your marketing methods and ways to improve the overall customer experience.
Creation of Mission Statement and Objectives
The next step is to create a mission statement. You may already have one, but it’s important to note your mission at the top of the strategic plan document you create. This ensures everyone is focused on the same goal. Your mission statement should cover why you started the company and what you intend to accomplish through the products and services that you offer.
In addition to the mission statement, make sure to outline both short- and long-term objectives. List the objectives according to their priority and designate certain managers or employees to be responsible for each one. Also, jot down the resources that will be used to achieve each objective.
Now that you know what you’re trying to achieve and who is responsible for each goal, it’s time to deploy the plan and measure its progress. A weekly meeting is extremely important for all managers and stakeholders provide feedback. Your goal is to determine if the company is headed in the right direction. If not, you’ll need to revise the strategic plan accordingly.
Strategic Plans Are Ongoing
Once your strategic plan helps you achieve several objectives, it’s smart to regroup and set new objectives. As your company grows, you can set new goals to ensure the company keeps moving forward. You can share the success of your strategic plan with potential investors as a way to tap into new capital funding.
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Costing of tanzania’s health sector strategic plan v 2020/21–2025/26: estimated cost and impact of the plan.
Tanzania’s fifth Health Sector Strategic Plan 2021/22–2025/26 was developed through a participatory process involving government and nongovernmental stakeholders across multiple levels of the healthcare system. As part of this process, with support from HP+, the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly, and Children; the President’s Office, Regional Administrative and Local Government; and other health sector stakeholders prepared cost projections and prioritized interventions to stay within the estimated financial resources available. This was conducted using the OneHealth Tool to estimate the financial resources required for and the impact of the plan. This report details the methodology, process, and results of that analysis.
Sanders, R., R. Linder, K. Tarimo, S. Mujaya, L. Ndagile, et al. 2022. Costing of Tanzania’s Health Sector Strategic Plan V 2020/21–2025/26: Estimated Cost and Impact of the Plan. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-5GW English PDF 1532.8 kb January 2022
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As Tanzania strives to reach middle income status, the health sector has resolved to give more attention to the quality of health services in tandem with the pursuit of universal access. At the same time, better health for the entire population will be promoted through the adoption of health in all policies. The overall objective of HSSP IV is to reach all households with essential health and social welfare services, meeting, as much as possible, the expectations of the population, adhering to objective quality standards, and applying evidence-informed interventions through efficient channels of service delivery.
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Health Sector Strategic Plan - July 2021
Health sector strategic plan - july 2021 – june 2026.
22 June 2021
The government’s investment in the health sector has contributed to attainment of the LMIC status by improving the health and the health status of Tanzanians. [...] The report of the Mid-Term Review (MTR) of Health Sector Strategic Plan Four and the Annual Health Sector Performance Report of July 2020 highlight the achievements made in the health sector during the first five years of implementing Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). [...] The Development Partners supporng the health sector (DPG-H) led by the DPG-H Troika and the Health Basket Fund (HBF) partners connues to provide technical and financial support to the sector including the support for conducng the mid-term review of HSSP IV and the development of this strategic guidance document. [...] Strategic Outcomes in Organisation of Health Services Package of Health Services: The National Essential Healthcare Interventions Package (NEHCIP-TZ) will be revisited in the context of the creation of the mandatory health insurance scheme as envisaged in the Health Financing Strategy and will serve as the basis for providing care at various levels. [...] The MOHCDGEC will take the lead in preparing curricula and will oversee training courses in public and private health colleges, to enhance both the quality of training and the link between training and practice in healthcare.
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