عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and Objective: throughout the history of the business, there is no evidence to show that Words on paper make an organization improved. For progressing the strategic intentions into strategic outcomes, the way ahead is very long and complex. Strategic management scholars believe that implementation of strategies, is the most important part of strategic management process. But there are few studies have examined the practical model of the strategy execution and its risks. However, this study aims to address the research gaps and risks of strategy execution and try to use the grounded theory approach for the evaluation of evolution and innovation in medical education packs strategy execution risks.
Methods: To assess the risks of strategy execution of reform and innovation Packages in medical education we will use the mixed approach including qualitative (grounded theory) and quantitative (case study) research.
Results: reform and innovation Packages in medical education strategy execution is a national plan which its implement needs several considerations. Medical education system should have a theory (model) using a systematic approach for comprehensive analysis and planning an for proper strategy implementation in this regard.
Conclusion: The implementation of this study not only overcome some gaps in previous research, but also help policy makers achieve the noble objectives of reform and innovation Packages in medical education packages in the light of the theory arising from this study.
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