Organizational Planning and Goal Setting

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    Organizational Planning and  Goal Setting Chapter 7
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    Overview of Goals and Plans Goal  – a desired future state that the  organization attempts to realize Plan  – a blueprint specifying the resource  allocations, schedules, and other actions  necessary for attaining goals Planning  – the act determining the  organization’s goals and the means for  achieving them
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    Organizational Mission At the top of the goal hierarchy is the  mission – the organization’s reason for existence. The mission describes the organization’s values, aspirations, and reason for being
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    Mission Statement /MS/ The formal MS is a broadly stated definition of basic business scope and operations that distinguishes the organization from others of similar type. The content of a  MS often focuses on the  market and customers and identifies  desired fields of endeavor. MS often reveal the company’s philosophy  as well as purpose.
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    Lunar Productions’/video  producer/ Mission statement Honor God in all we do Provide excellent and affordable corporate- video, audio/visual, and broad-cast production  services to our valued clients Communicate with our clients and fellow  employees as effectively as we communicate  with our audiences Make a fair profit
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  Goals and Plans Strategic Goals  – Broad statement of where  the organization wants to be in the future;  pertain to the organization as a whole rather  than to specific division or departments Strategic goals are often called 
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course MANAGMENT 25 taught by Professor Fu during the Spring '11 term at Asbury.

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