MAKING STRATEGIC PLAN WORKS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT: CHALLENGE AND PROBLEMS (A CASE STUDY OF STRATEGIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION IN YOGYAKARTA SPECIAL PROVINCE)
PURNOMO, EKO PRIYO
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The term of strategic plan is a new type of approaches in Indonesian government that introduced since 1999 based on Law No. 22/1999. As a new approach, government organization has tried to set priorities and allocated scarce resources according to the formulated vision and mission. Meanwhile, these strategic efforts have not been successful achieved yet, including in YSP Province. This essay examines the implementation of strategic plan in Yogyakarta Special Province (YSP). YSP has vision and missions that are looked at this paper as basis of analysis. Measuring on how they can reach their goals and missions is an appropriate way to analyze the how the strategic plan works. Using qualitative data and choosing a case study method, this research also have conduced in-depth interviews with bureaucrats in YSP. First of all, YSP tried to provide the strategic plan to be followed by government officer in their activities according to strategic design and planning school approaches. Secondly, most of local government’s agencies are less understand on their vision and missions. Thirdly, because of the Zero-sum game effect reaching the goals and mission Hov are difficult. For example, most of their budget spends for their salary wit Fourthly, the strategic plan has been implemented but it has not executed quit in the strategic zone properly and it also does not support for dealing with org reaching of the missions from number two to six.