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Swot Analysis

Swot Analysis

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Swot Analysis
SWOT ANALYSISA SWOT analysis is a strategic balance sheet of an organization; that is the strengths of the organization, the weaknesses of the organization, the opportunities facing theorganization, and the threats facing the organization. It is one of the cornerstoneanalytical tools to help an organization develop a preferred future. It is one of the time-tested tools that have the capacity to enable an organization to understand itself, torespond effectively to changes in the environment. The purpose of the SWOT analysis isto provide information on strengths and weaknesses in relation to the opportunities andthreats.The benefits of a SWOT analysis are that it provides learning and knowledge vital to theorganization’s survival and prosperity. And other outcome of he SWOT analysis which is becoming extremely important, is an understanding of company’s boundaries and thedevelopment of boundary spanning skills and insight to help navigate the changingenvironment.SWOT Enhanced with Human Resource Planning Process:Every company needs to able to forecast and plan for its future people requirements.Human Resource Planning Process involves forecasting the numbers of people whichwill needed by the organization during a given period and then working out the best wayof obtain gig them when they are needed. Human Resource Planning Process helpsmanagers decide what strategies will have to be developed to help maintain a supply of skilled workers who will best contribute to meet the future needs of the organization.Human resource planning (HRP) process is an essential component of the humanresource management approach.The HRP process involves anticipating and making provision for the movement of peopleinto, within, and out of organization. It consists of reviewing current human resources,forecasting future requirements and availability, and taking steps to ensure that the supplyof people and skills meet demand. Human Resource planning is...
A SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis isa tool for auditing an organization and its environment. It is the firststage of planning and helps the organization to focus on key issues.Below is an abbreviation of the S.W.O.T. analysis the hospital carriedout.
Our hospital is well known for its provision of quality medical care.During the year the hospital has strived to attract more members of staff especially nursing staff. The nursing staffing levels have indeedbeen better this year than in recent years. The coming of a youngMedical Doctor (Dr. Dumisani G. Kamwana) will further strengthen theclinical department of the hospital.
A high nurse turnover has continued to affect nursing services at theinstitution. Due to inadequate funds some planned activities especiallyin the Primary Health Care department have not been undertaken.Although we have continued to receive support from our partners forwhich we are very thankful, we are conscious that we have not madeany real progress in becoming less donor dependent. The hospital hasbeen discussing possibilities of embarking on income generatingactivities, however, the poor prevailing economic situation makes suchventures risky.
 The hospital continues to excel in its various endeavors because of committed staff and a supportive working environment. These factorsoffer opportunities for expansion of hospital services especially inPrimary Health Care department. The hospital with financial, materialand human resources available would go a long way in strengtheningcommunity-based interventions.
Financial position of the hospital has not been well during the year.Although the government pays salaries through the Christian HealthAssociation of Malawi, they do not pay many of the benefits or pay forseveral cadre of staff. Additionally while staff are committed to workingin an indigenous Christian institution, the rising costs of food and

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