STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR HUMAN RESOURCES AND ITS IMPACT ON ORGANIZATIONAL AGILITY BY APPLICATION TO THE UNIVERSITY OF BAGHDAD
The goal of the study was to investigate how strategic planning contributes to organizational agility at the University of Baghdad. This relationship was examined in terms of short-term and long-term planning practices, as well as scenario analysis and SWOT analysis, as independent variables, with organizational agility at the University of Baghdad serving as a dependent variable. The results are proven at a moral level (a≤0.05) a correlation and impact between strategic planning and organizational agility of the University of Baghdad, as well as a correlation and impact between planning practices using scenario analysis and organizational agility at the University of Baghdad, and an correlation and impact between planning practices using sowt analysis and organizational agility, short and long planning practices and organizational agility at a moral level (a≤0.05). One of the most important suggestions of the study is the need for banks to spread the culture of strategic planning to all levels of organizational and human beings. In order for universities to apply strategic planning according to planning axes using scenario analysis, Planning using sowt analysis, short and long term planning, enhancing its organizational agility by focusing on confirming the ease and speed of decision-making in light of the developments facing Iraq's university sector.
strategic planning - scenario analysis - SOWT- short and long term planning - organizational agility - University of Baghdad.