Management Planning and Health
Managers who possess effective planning skills have better chances to find additional funding, can have better control over their resources and are more likely able to achieve their objectives. The team members should share a common vision and should be motivated to contribute to the success of the designed programme. The planning process accentuates the organization's interests rather than the personal interests; planning is closely relatedto changing the existing environment. In setting goals one should make sure that the programme related goals do not exceed the available financial, material and human resources. In drawing up financial plans one should distinguish between the different types of funding since the reliability of each source is different. Monitoring helps to ensure that the activities planned in the work plan are being completed and that the costs are in line with the budget provisions.
Volume (Year): 14 (2013)
Issue (Month): 5 (December)
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