Enhancement of Managerial Skills by Formulation of Organizational Strategic Plan: Case of Kibaha People Living With Hiv/Aids (Kipeliha), Kibaha District, Coast Region, Tanzania

GINWAS, REDIMNA (2011) Enhancement of Managerial Skills by Formulation of Organizational Strategic Plan: Case of Kibaha People Living With Hiv/Aids (Kipeliha), Kibaha District, Coast Region, Tanzania. Masters thesis, OPEN UNIVERSITY OF TANZANIA.

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Abstract

One of the best ways to understand the organization’s degree of performance and delivery is through assessing and analyzing its capacity both at functional and organizational level. When this was done during needs assessment which involved the Kibaha People Living with HIV/AIDS (KIPELIHA) in 2010/2011, it was found that (KIPELIHA) lacks focus and cannot deliver to the intended level. Therefore, the prospective beneficiaries, even its members and staff, did not really benefit from its existence. The findings of the said assessment further revealed that, KIPELIHA, which hosted this project had lots of managerial weaknesses especially on matters relating to governance such as lack of clear accountability lines; lack of guiding documents such as strategic plan; and weak constitution. As such, it lacked strategic focus. There was no vision, mission or good organizational structure. Therefore the transparency and accountability patterns were not there. These gaps endangered its existence and therefore, its sustainability was at stake to the detriment of the needy people of its services. At that critical juncture, this project came to a rescue. It focused on capacity strengthening. One of the objectives was to enhance its intervention and deliverance. Different ways and processes or rather steps made this possible including development of the organization strategic plan. The report is divided into six Chapters, chapter one is for situational analysis or needs assessment. Chapter two is for problem identification. Chapter three covers literature reviews. Chapter four presents implementation processes while chapter five gives an account of monitoring, evaluation and sustainability plans. The last chapter makes recommendation for further improvements.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: 600 Technology > 658 Gerneral management
Divisions: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Centre for Economics and Community Economic Development
Depositing User: Mr. Administrator OUT
Date Deposited: 19 Mar 2012 09:45
Last Modified: 12 Nov 2015 06:45
URI: http://repository.out.ac.tz/id/eprint/273

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