Strategic planning in pharmacy operation


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Strategic planning in pharmacy operation :

Strategic planning in pharmacy operation Ms.wajiha iffat

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Steps in the Planning Process 1. Define or orient the planning process to a singular purpose or a desired result (vision/ mission). 2. Assess the current situation. 3. Establish goals. 4. Identify strategies to reach those goals. 5. Establish objectives that support progress toward those goals. 6. Define responsibilities and timelines for each objective. 7. Write and communicate the plan. 8. Monitor progress toward meeting goals and objectives


Vision The vision is what the pharmacy organization wants to be at some future time point. The vision may be complex and multidimensional, but the vision statement should be short. The vision statement should make people think and should motivate people to strive for something greater. A company vision statement should inspire employees to create a different future for the organization


Mission The mission is the purpose of the company. The mission statement defines what the company does or is. It is a statement of the present going ahead into the near future. It is a document written to create a sense of purpose for customers and employees. The mission statement should be short—usually no more than two sentences. It focuses on the common purpose of the organization and may draw from the values or beliefs held by the organization. The mission statement should help to differentiate the company from others that provide the same products or services.


slogan some businesses use a company slogan to convey a message to customers about the organization. The company slogan generally is more marketing-driven than is the mission statement . the company slogan sends a message to both customers and employees, and it must be congruent with the actions of the organization or else it will not be credible.

Process of Strategic Planning:

Process of Strategic Planning Preplanning Planning Post planning

Process of Strategic Planning:

Process of Strategic Planning Preplanning Phase Preplanning can be defined as the steps necessary to organize the strategic planning effort—or “planning for the planning.” Strategic planning is a significant undertaking that consumes much time and energy.

Preplanning Phase :

Preplanning Phase Strategic planning is a financial investment—in the personnel time required and in the payment of consultants, if used. These costs should be weighed against the value to be gained by the effort. If strategic planning is performed correctly, its value will greatly exceed any costs.

Preplanning Phase :

Preplanning Phase Preplanning should also define the objectives of the planning efforts and the procedures that will be used to accomplish those objectives. Preplanning should define who should be involved, where the planning process will occur , and how much time will be allotted to the effort.

Planning Phase:

Planning Phase In the planning phase of strategic planning, ideas are actively generated for the pharmacy organization. This may be referred to as strategizing. it is usually best to start with the destination in mind.

Planning Phase:

Planning Phase In strategic planning, the “destination” is the vision of the organization in the future. it is also necessary to identify where, what, and how the organization is in the present. This is called situation analysis , and it should consider both the past performance and the current situation.

Planning Phase:

Planning Phase Objectives are like the intermediate points , or places to pass through on the map. These objectives provide a shorter-term milestone and, in implementation , help to measure progress toward the goal.

Planning Phase:

Planning Phase The situation analysis also should define the present. a SWOT (Strength,Weaknesses,Opportunities, Threats) analysis.

Planning Phase:

Identifying Opportunities and Threats opportunities - positive trends in the external environmental threats - negative trends in the external environment Planning Phase

Planning Phase:

Analyzing the Organization’s Resources and Capabilities examine the inside of the organization available resources and capabilities always constrain the organization in some way core competencies - major value-creating skills, capabilities and resources that determine the organization’s competitive weapons Planning Phase

Planning Phase:

Planning Phase

Planning Phase:

Strengths - activities the organization does well or any unique resource Weaknesses - activities the organization does not do well or resources it needs but does not possess organization’s culture has its strengths and weaknesses SWOT analysis - analysis of the organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats Planning Phase

Planning Phase:

Planning Phase The last part of the planning process deals with organizing to operationalize the strategy

Planning Phase:

Planning Phase There is no common or standard way to organize the written strategic plan. However, most contain the following key elements: (1) the organization’s vision, (2) strategies, (3) goals for each strategy, (4) objectives required to meet those goals, and (5) tasks or action plans to compete the objectives.

Post planning Phase :

Post planning Phase Once the major pieces of the planning phase have been developed, the post planning phase begins. This phase includes three vitally important steps: (1) communicating the plan, (2) implementing the plan, and (3)monitoring progress once the plan is implemented.

Post planning Phase:

Post planning Phase Another key element of the post planning phase is monitoring.


IMPORTANCE OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT What Is Strategic Management? A set of managerial decisions and actions that determines the long-run performance of an organization Purposes of Strategic Management Involved in many decisions that managers make Companies with formal strategic management systems have higher financial returns than companies with no such system Important in profit and not-for-profit organizations



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