Week 2: The Strategic Planning Process: ImplementationDeveloping excellent communication skills is absolutely essential to effective leadership. The leader must be able to share knowledge and ideas to transmit a sense of urgency and enthusiasm to others. If a leader canâ€™t get a message across clearly and motivate others to act on it, then having a message doesnâ€™t even matter. â€”Gilbert Amelio, President and CEO of National Semiconductor CorpThe successful implementation of strategic plans is dependent upon effective communication from organizational leaders, organizational readiness, willingness to embrace change, and an engaged workforce. While many organizations are able to develop sound strategic plans, they often struggle with executing them because of a lack of communication among leaders, managers, and frontline employees. They are unable to ready the employees and the organization for the coming change. As an organizational leader, you must be able to clearly communicate goals and expectations in a way that not only motivates employees, but also encourages buy-in. This will allow employees to see themselves as part of the strategic planning process, embrace change, be engaged, and carry out the mission and vision of the organization.This week, as you examine the strategic planning process, you focus on the implementation phase of planning. You also explore strategic, operational, and tactical objectives for health care organizations.________________________________________Discussion: Strategic, Operational, and Tactical ObjectivesStrategic objectives, also called strategic priorities or grand strategies, are high-level organizational goals that are typically accomplished over a period of three to five years. Health care organizations often have four to five strategic objectives at any given time. To accomplish these strategic objectives, organizations develop measurable operational (department level) and tactical (units or individual level) objectives. For this Discussion, you examine the strategic objectives of your health care organization and consider how to accomplish them through operational and tactical objectives.To prepare:â€¢ Review the implementation phase of the strategic planning processâ€¢ Locate and review your health care organizationâ€™s strategic objectives.Note: If you do not currently work for a health care organization, select one that is of interest to you.â€¢ Consider how you might help the organization accomplish these objectives through operational and tactical objectives.Analyze the strategic objectives of your selected health care organization. Formulate operational and tactical objectives to help the organization achieve its strategic objectives. Support your response by identifying and explaining key points and/or examples presented in the Learning Resources.
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