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In 700 words describe the following:
The potential barriers you anticipate and how you plan on overcoming them
How you will communicate your plan to all the organization's employees
Your market entry strategy and the procedure you plan on using to implement your strategic plan
Part - Evaluation and Control
In 700 words, answer the following questions:
What measurement guidelines should be used to verify strategy effectiveness?
If your strategy does not go according to plan, at what point would you consider altering the strategic plan you have suggested?
What tolerance range should be in place that would call for corrective action if exceeded?
What corrective action would you need to make if the organization's performance fell outside the tolerance range?
Cite at least five sources to support your information.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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NHS Organisation and the Potential Barriers: 1
Strategic plans and implementation: 1
Measures and the Strategic Effectiveness: 2
Unplanned strategic outcome and points of altering: 2
NHS Organization and the Potential Barriers:
In this part will discuss about how to plan and design the implementation of the strategies in the Health care system. And for the strong implementation of the plans one should understand the types of barriers which are to be faced in the health care system. Strategies of the health care system face many potential barriers for facilitating the changes which also affect the integration of the strategies which are both community and organisations focused. Economic, social, cultural, environmental, psychological are some of the expected barriers which may affect the implementation of the strategic plans in the NHS organisation. The other potential barriers which come into knowledge or the time available which is to be focused on improving the quality of the services, lack of having complete knowledge of the process of the organisation, the complex processes, products, systems and the lack of leadership. And sometimes the resistance to change also acts as barriers in an organisation (Harrigan, 1980).
Overcoming of such barriers is the key to success of the organisation. For overcoming such barriers organisation has to establish motivation among its employees and also to adopt the healthier behaviours among its employees. Those numbers, of staff who are identified as the barrier in delivering quality are to be identified and to be given proper training. Also productive, preventive, quality initiatives are to be taken in one's leadership for improving the quality of the care.