Vision is a fashionable but ill defined term in management circles.
Nevertheless, it embodies a significant concept related to guiding an organisation from present realities, through opportunities and hazards, to a viable future.
Until recently a typical general practice could assume a stable external environment, but now it is caught up in the uncertainties stemming from the NHS reforms.
For such a practice to undertake effective strategic planning it will have to develop a vision connecting the present with aspirations for the future.
While vision is usually considered to be an individual talent, it is possible to develop a collective organisational vision within a general practice, and the small size of general practices makes this relatively easy.
Mots-clés Pascal : Homme, Pratique professionnelle, Organisation, Médecine générale
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Human, Professional practice, Organization, Internal medicine
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