Strategic Planning for Public Sector Organizations
Evidence from The Department of Education and Culture in Kendal Regency
This paper aims to provide some evidence for current practice in strategic planning for public sector organizations developed by Rumelt’s Criteria, in this case the Department of Education & Culture in Kendal Regency and propose a strategy for this Department. The data was collected from the Strategic Plan of the Department of Education & Culture in Kendal Regency from 2016-2021, Performance Reports 0f 2017, and the interviews from data collector in the Department of Education & Culture of Kendal Regency. The data analysis procedure used in this paper is a SWOT analysis based on data collected and developed into IFEM, EFEM, IE-Matrix, SWOT Matrix, and QSPM as the last step.
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