Uk spelling tone , coreect grammar , following instructions especially word count max 320 excluding citation and reference Kindly use Ginter as main referance Assessment 1: Discussion 1 The assessment carries a possible 40% of the overall module weighting (available marks). This is the first of the series of short discussions on strategic management, which together make up your first assignment for this module. As you progress through the next 3 units, you are required to undertake a discussion with your peers on a set topic related to the unit. There are 4 discussions in total and each one will run for one week (the deadline for each discussion can be found in the Deadline Details page). Discussion 1 – External Analysis In this discussion, you are going to examine a case study of the King Faisal Hospital and Research Centre (KFH&RC) in Saudi Arabia. Step 1 – Read the following case study carefully: Case study: Walley, P. (2017) Case Study Strategic planning at King Faisal Hospital and Research Centre Saudi Arabia. In Johnson, G., Whittington, R., Scholes, K., Angwin, D., & Regnér, P. (Ed). Exploring strategy: text and cases. Pearson (Intl): 729-733. Step 2 – Imagine that you are hired as a strategic consultant by the management team of KFH&RC to help the organisation with their future strategic planning. Thinking about what you know from the case study and what you have learnt about external analysis in Unit 4; critically discuss the KFH&RC external analysis process as outlined in the case study. Throughout your discussions you are also required to address the following questions: What were the strengths and weaknesses of their external analysis? Why? What tools and techniques would you recommend for them to use to improve their external analysis in the future? Why? Learning Outcomes: Demonstrate an understanding of the key approaches, theories and concepts that inform strategic management. Critically appraise different schools of thought to healthcare business practice and strategic management. Critically explain and analyse a range of strategies linking theory to practice.