Company Analysis And Evaluation Of United States Marine Corps

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Company Analysis and Evaluation of United States Marine Corps Headquarters Marine and Families Division (MF) Behavioral Health (BH) Programs Shariha Garrett Liberty University Company Analysis and Evaluation of United States Marine Corps Headquarters Marine and Families Division (MF), Behavioral Health (BH) Programs The intentions of this paper is to paint an overall picture of Behavioral Health Programs as an organization and those factors that are essential to the United States Marine Corps to achieving successful operations. Organization Introduction Behavioral Health (BH) Programs falls under Headquarters, Marine & Family Division organization. Its role is to create policy in support of Marines and family members…show more content…
The balanced scorecard includes four perspective areas focusing on financial and non-financial categories contributed to achieving the corporations’ strategic aims. The four broad categories are; financial performance, customer satisfaction, internal processes, and learning and growth (Blocher, 2013). By breaking the organization’s performance into four perspectives, organization leaders are able to quickly break down where the organization ranks measures that are most critical to success. Table 2 brings forth the balanced scorecard for Behavioral Health Programs. The information was gathered from an interview dated July 18, 2016 and contained section heads from each program. Critical Success Factors (CSF) According to Bose (2016). In 1979 John F. Rockart first announced the phrase "critical success factors" (CSF) while helping senior leaders understand what is necessary to be successful within their organization. Still today the phrase has been used in a plethora of businesses when analyzing important factors for obtaining success. Behavioral Health Programs benefits from the analysis of CSFs as it helps both leadership and employees understand the aims that are most important to achieve the organization’s mission. Financial Maintain budget. In order to protect the health of Marines and their families, the

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