IMPROVING STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR FEDERAL PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCIES THROUGH COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Martin, Jennifer L.
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Collaborative strategic management of public health emergency and homeland security issues can address gaps in roles and responsibilities and foster better coordinated planning at the federal level. Recent changes in the alignment of the national planning standards for public health emergency preparedness have created an opportunity to rethink the collaborative approach to strategic planning. This thesis considers the role that collaborative strategic management and collaborative frameworks may play in strengthening strategic planning at the federal level through a policy options analysis. Considerations for implementation and recommendations moving forward are provided for both existing collaborations and new collaborations.
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