MAKING THE STRATEGIC PLAN WORK IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT: A CASE STUDY OF STRATEGIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION IN YOGYAKARTA SPECIAL PROVINCE (YSP)
PURNOMO, EKO PRIYO
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The term “strategic plan” is a new type of approach for the Indonesian government that has been introduced since 1999 based on Law No. 22/1999. This essay examines the implementation of strategic plans in Yogyakarta Special Province (YSP). The visions and missions of the YSP are investigated as a basis of analysis. Using qualitative data and a case study method, the research also conducted in-depth interviews with bureaucrats in YSP. First, YSP attempted to provide the strategic plans to be followed by government officers in their activities according to strategic design and planning school approaches. Second, most local government agencies have poor understanding of their visions and missions. Third, because of the zero-sum game effect, it was difficult to attain the goals and missions. Fourth, the strategic plan has been implemented but not properly executed in the strategic zone, nor did it support the reaching of its missions.