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PESTLE Chart

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The PESTLE Chart can be used to help a strategic planning team understand an organization’s current operating state. This tool provides a framework for teams to scan the external environment for factors that could impact strategy development. Developed by Public Health Foundation (PHF) Senior Quality Advisor Jack Moran and Performance Improvement Expert Alicia Meadows, the PESTLE Chart helps give a complete analysis of an organization’s operating environment now and in the future. The PESTLE Chart is one of many supplements to the 2012 Public Health Quality Improvement Encyclopedia.
 

If you have any questions or want to share how you’re using this tool in your organization, please contact Vanessa Lamers at (202)218-4412 or vlamers@phf.org.

 

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About the Public Health Quality Improvement Encyclopedia
The Public Health Quality Improvement Encyclopedia is a practical guide to using 75 tools for quality improvement (QI) practitioners in public health organizations. The book was distributed to all state and local health departments, and may be purchased through PHF's Online Store.
 
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