[IMGCAP(1)]The last article I wrote was an introduction into the world of starting from scratch with core values, which eventually will lead into Mission and Vision work within your organization. My last article went through the process of beginning with core values to help you initiate this process, and now I would like you to be prepared to talk about mission.
The definition of an organization’s mission is - what you need to do every day to create success in your organization. Many organizations have mission, vision and core values but they aren’t truly living them every day. As consultants and value added resellers, with as many mergers and acquisitions that have gone on, it isn’t appropriate to not review, revise and refresh these guiding principles. In fact, it is all the more important to gut check them and make sure that they are still valid within the new structure of your organization.
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