Strategic Management Tools, Stakeholders and Performance Organizations, Private Health Branch of the Federal District

Bruno Vendruscolo, Valmir Emil Hoffmann, Carlos Alberto Freitas

Abstract


This study aimed to identify the use of management tools and the influence of stakeholders on organizational performance of companies in the private health sector in the Federal District. We used the tools of strategic management, such as budgeting, strategic planning, balanced scorecard, benchmarking, and management software. Study participants consist of individuals involved in strategic processes. We analyzed the past 5 years in organizations to understand the performance. The data collection was face-to-face, the instruments consisted of qualitative interviews in person, and semi-structured content analysis. We also performed analysis of secondary data and documents. To measure the performance between the organizations we used the method of data envelopment analysis (DEA), using the CCR standard, and the mean change index as the number of employees, physicians, costs, number of appointments, and tests. In the analysis of tools and stakeholders we adapted values for the major and minor influences and the other results found framed. The results cite the presence of management tools in five of the six organizations. The comparison of performance between them presented as a result that organizations 2 and 4 were efficient and 3 was the least efficient. The study identified the need to understand the requirements of stakeholders and the indicators set out to understand organizational performance and its evolution, mainly determined by the management tools. Although not reaching proposed levels, this work creates hypotheses about the use of these tools and analysis of stakeholders in organizational performance.


Keywords


Performance; Strategic Management; Health; Stakeholders.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5585/ijsm.v11i1.1799

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