“Vision is a clearly articulated, results-oriented picture of a future you intend to create. It is a dream with direction.” In short, vision is a combination of three basic elements: 1) a significant purpose, reason for existence, 2) a clear picture of the future, and 3) the underlying core values.
In my last two posts, . . . → Read More: To Create an Enduring Vision, Values Must Support Purpose
Can everyone in your organization explain each of the values and how they personally act on them? They can at companies like Disney, Starbucks, Southwest, McDonalds and Google – all listed in the top 15 of the 2012 most admired companies. . . . → Read More: Without Clear Values, You Are Probably Losing Business
It’s springtime in New England. The trees are beginning to bud and soon it will be time for my teenage son to start mowing the lawn again.
I need to find a new tree service company. I fired my old one last summer.
My son mows our lawn every week. The tree service . . . → Read More: Time for Spring Cleaning: Clean Up Your Values