In this page we introduce the execution plans covered in the frame.
Both corporate level strategies and business and program
strategies are presented.
<Health care provider name> historic <strategy type
followed> strategy has made it <current market
position>. The strategic analysis of shifts in the
proximate environment demand additional strategic actions.
The corporate SWOT clusters are cascaded into execution goals
that will be implemented by the operational teams. As the
operations progress their additional understanding should be
used to reassess the priority and validity of their current
goals allowing adaptation. The goal and action plans are
detailed in this frame.
These execution pages provide a detailed cascading description
of the business's adaptive goals through their status is a formatted part of an AWF execution plan strategy which describes within square brackets '' the strategy type (update or PDCA), and the status (not done, part done or done). If the type keyword is associated with an HTML link to a child exection plan the link can be monitored by the dark web generator. The state of a monitored region in the child will be represented by a generated link associated with the strategy status description's "done" keyword.
structure "[update|pdca not
done|part done|done] <resource>" where special
HTML linkages are added by the dark web generator is a Perl script, typically launched as a child process within the configuration editor, by clicking 'generate web', which executes frame configuration file instructions merging the configuration variables with an HTML template file to generate target web pages. The configuration instructions can be tailored by filters from the configuration file specified filter file.
The status's 'done' linkages signal, by turning back to red,
changed situations in the associated action plan's related
region, while status resource name linkages can allow traversal
to the resource's open dark
web is a web site that is not open to the Internet. It is a set of deployed HTML files in a directory which refer to each other via file based references relative to the directory. instance where more details of the actions will