Prior Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance

Prior Proper PlanningPrevents Poor Performance:The six Ps in the title of thisDiscussion, “Prior Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance,” indicate thevalue of planning. When healthcare leaders and managers carefully plan theirgoals and strategies for the long-term as well as the short-term and involvethe right stakeholders and fully understand their perspectives, this helps theorganization be more strategic in attaining its current and future goals.
To prepare forthis Discussion:Considerthe role of the healthcare manager or leader in strategic planning inhealthcare settings.Reviewthe case study provided in your course text: “The Case of the WarmBrownies”
write acomprehensive response to the following:Usingspecific examples and support from the case study provided in yourLearning Resources, describe the main challenges related to strategicplanning in “The Case of the Warm Brownies” and explain why they arechallenges.Identifythe key stakeholders in the case study. Then, explain the role, if any,each might take in strategic planning and why.Explainthe role of a healthcare leader or manager in meeting the needs of thevarious stakeholders, as well as meeting the goals of the strategic planand organization.
Respond to the bulletpoints below in the following ways:Suggest achallenge in the healthcare setting that is related to strategic planning.Suggest anotherway a stakeholder might be involved in strategic planning.Suggestanother way a healthcare manager or leader might address a challengerelated to a stakeholder or challenge.Suggest anyother example from the Learning Resources.Your responses should be based, at least inpart, on a reading from this week’s Learning Resources.
RequiredReadings:Course Text: Buchbinder, S.B., Shanks, N.H., & Kite, B.J. (2021). Introductionto Healthcare Management (4th ed). Jones andBartlett Learning.· Chapter 5, “Strategic Planning” (pp.99-113)Inthis chapter, you will be introduced to the strategic planning process withinhealthcare settings. The author provides insight into the process ofidentifying a desired future state for a healthcare organization and planningas a means to achieve it.· Case Study “The Case of the Warm Brownies”(pp. 517-518)Javanparast, S.,Freeman, T., Baum, F., Ziersch, A., Mackean, T., Labonte, R., & …Sanders, D. (n.d). How institutional forces, ideas and actors shaped populationhealth planning in Australian regional primary health care organisations. BMCPublic Health, 18.
This article features a look at collaborativehealthcare planning for population health programs in Australia. LaureateEducation (Producer) (2014c). Strategic planning [Video file]. Baltimore, MD:Be sure tosupport your work with specific citations from this week’s Learning Resourcesand additional scholarly sources as appropriate.