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Presentation On Vision And Mission

  1. 1. Presentation on Vision and Mission<br />By <br />SUJIT ROUT(IIL)<br />
  2. 2. Vision<br />Defines the desired or intended future state of a specific organization or enterprise in terms of its fundamental objective and/or strategic direction. Vision is a long term objective.<br />
  3. 3. Mission<br />Defines the fundamental purpose of an organization or an enterprise, basically describing why it exists. Mission is a short term objective.<br />
  4. 4. Methodologies<br />There are many approaches to strategic planning but typically a three-step process may be used.<br />Situation - evaluate the current situation and how it came about. <br />Target - define goals and/or objectives (sometimes called ideal state.<br />Path - map a possible route to the goals/objectives<br />
  5. 5. Situational analysis<br />When developing strategies, analysis of the organization and its environment as it is at the moment and how it may develop in the future, is important .<br />The analysis has to be executed at an internal level as well as an external level to identify all opportunities and threats of the external environment as well as the strengths and weaknesses of the organizations<br />
  6. 6. Several factors <br />Markets (customers) <br />Competition <br />Technology <br />Supplier markets <br />Labor markets <br />The economy <br />The regulatory environment <br />It is rare to find all seven of these factors having critical importance. It is also uncommon to find that the first two - markets and competition - are not of critical importance<br />
  7. 7. Goals, objectives and targets<br />Strategic planning is a very important business activity. It is also important in the public sector areas such as education.<br />Strategic planning and decision processes should end with objectives and a roadmap of ways to achieve those objectives.<br />The following terms have been used in strategic planning: desired end states, plans, policies, goals, objectives, strategies, tactics and actions. Definitions vary, overlap and fail to achieve clarity<br />
  8. 8. Cont….<br />People typically have several goals at the same time. &quot;Goal congruency&quot; refers to how well the goals combine with each other.<br />Does goal A appear compatible with goal B? Do they fit together to form a unified strategy? &quot;Goal hierarchy&quot; consists of the nesting of one or more goals within other goal.<br />One approach recommends having short-term goals, medium-term goals, and long-term goals.<br />
  9. 9. Mission statements <br />A Mission statement tells you the fundamental purpose of the organization.<br />It concentrates on the present. It defines the customer and the critical processes. It informs you of the desired level of performance. <br />Mission statement defines the purpose or broader goal for being in existence or in the business and can remain the same for decades if crafted well<br />
  10. 10. Vision statements<br />A Vision statement outlines what the organization wants to be. It concentrates on the future. It is a source of inspiration. It provides clear decision-making criteria.<br />A Vision statement is more specific in terms of both the future state and the time frame. Vision describes what will be achieved if the organization is successful.<br />
  11. 11. Cont….<br />A mission statement can resemble a vision statement in a few companies, but that can be a grave mistake. It can confuse people.<br />The vision statement can galvanize the people to achieve defined objectives, even if they are stretch objectives, provided it can be elucidated in SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound) terms. <br />