Strategic Planning Implementation and Evaluation
Strategic Planning Implementation and Evaluation Introduction Prepare a 10-slide Microsoft PowerPoint with narration of your plan to present to the Executive Committee. Instructions In this assignment, use the healthcare organization you selected for your Strategic Plan from Week 3. Determine why you are embarking on this strategic planning process, (securing funding, establishing and focusing on organizational priorities, and so on) by creating a 10-slide Microsoft PowerPoint to present to your Executive Committee. In this presentation: Establish a clear vision for the strategic planning process. Paint a picture of where your organization will be going and your desired outcomes. Ensure the picture is reality and not what you or your Executive Committee may “want” to happen. Make certain the strategic plan allows employees to know why the organization is changing. Assignment Format Your 10-slide PowerPoint should follow this format. Slide 1: Cover Page Include the title of your presentation, your name, the course number and course title, your professor’s name, the university’s name, and the date. Slide 2: Background / Executive Summary The title of this slide should be Executive Summary. Describe the details of the situation. Use bullets with short phrases. Slide 3: Thesis Statement The title of this slide should be Thesis Statement. Identify the focus of your research. Slides 4–9: Support Support your Thesis Statement following the SESC formula: State, Explain, Support, and Conclude. (Use Sublevel 1 and 2 Headings to provide coherence and organization.) An overview of using the Sublevel 1 and Sublevel 2 headings is provided in the APA Style – Formatting the Title Page, Abstract, and Body video. Provide in-text citations using the format in the American Psychological Association (APA) Manual 2010, 6th Edition. Slides should be concise–basically no more than seven bullets per slide and no more than seven words per bullet. Most information in a PowerPoint presentation should be contained within the notes section.