Strategic Planning for Public Sector Organizations

Evidence from The Department of Education and Culture in Kendal Regency

Authors

  • Hanung Adittya Aristyatama Department of Accounting, Politeknik Keuangan Negara STAN, South Tangerang, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21467/ajss.6.1.83-95

Keywords:

Strategic Planning, Rumelt’s Criteria, Public Sector Organization, SWOT Analysis, Department of Education & Culture

Abstract

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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2019-07-29

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Aristyatama, H. A. (2019). Strategic Planning for Public Sector Organizations: Evidence from The Department of Education and Culture in Kendal Regency. Advanced Journal of Social Science, 6(1), 83-95. https://doi.org/10.21467/ajss.6.1.83-95

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