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CASE STUDY 2 MAPP Strategic Planning Initiatives. Strategic planning involves the creation of organizational goals and formulating strategies on how to meet those goals. In strategic planning, an organization assess itself by where it is and where it wants to be in the future and matches it with the necessary actions needed to initiate the transformation process. On top of being one of the key strategic approaches in the public health planning process, the MAPP process is a useful tool in facilitating the improvement in the communities’ health through community-wide strategic planning (Salem, 2005). The first three stages in the MAPP process include organizing for success, visioning and conducting community assessments respectively. Stage 1: Organizing for success Organizing for success is the first stage of the MAPP process and includes two interrelated activities including developing the partnership and the planning process. The purpose of this stage is to create a planning process that initiates commitments while engaging participants as the active partners of the plan. As a result, this phase can develop participatory behaviour by involving active partners who build the community’s support (Lenihan, 2005). Participants in this stage may include the core support team which is the team responsible for the most of the work involved in this phase including the recruitment of participants, the steering
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