Anatomical Pathology Laboratory implements Strategic Management System with Participatory Leadership pattern.
Strategic management system meant above is that our daily service activities are outlined in the Laboratory Strategic Plan and Operational Plan framework (annual work program) in accordance with the policy of the University and the Faculty of Medicine. Decision and policy making mechanisms are carried out not only in regular and incidental meetings but also through smooth communication between the elements of leadership and the subordinates, as has been compiled in Anatomical Pathology Laboratory Organizational Structure Scheme which is a form of collective will of Anatomical Pathology Laboratory family (designation for the staff and administration personnel to address their community) to run the laboratory management while still considering about all regulations.


Participatory leadership and management pattern can be seen from every meetings that always prioritize consensus and kinship principle to solve academic, research and social services problem. To grow this participative climate and spirit, Anatomical Pathology Laboratory has always held regular gathering every two months for all the staff and administrative personnel’s family as well as Anatomical Pathology Laboratory working partners in Saiful Anwar Hospital. Participative leadership pattern is also reflected in the replacement mechanism of officials in the organizational structure which uses consensus as the decision making mechanism, until now there has never been a note that election of the head of the laboratory, person in charge of academics and services, and also head of the department in Saiful Anwar hospital were done by voting. Selection for those positions were done by consensus with regard to career development and the existing workload.

In the management review meeting , conducted an evaluation of :

1. the implementation of programs of work

2. Accreditation audit results

3. The availability of facilities and infrastructure

4. The division of labor and the performance results

5. Complaints from service users

6. Etc