V - Creating Vision Strategic Direct

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Discussion 13 Discussion 13 Creating Vision and Strategic Creating Vision and Strategic Direction Direction 2 Good business leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion. Jack Welch 3 Chapter Objectives Chapter Objectives Explain the relationship among vision, mission, strategy, and implementation mechanisms. Create your personal leadership vision. Use the common themes of powerful visions in your life and work. Describe four basic approaches for framing a noble purpose that followers can believe in. Understand how leaders formulate and implement strategy. Apply the elements of effective strategy. 4 Strategic Leadership Strategic Leadership 5 Ex. 13.1 Ex. 13.1 The Domain of Strategic The Domain of Strategic Leadership Leadership 6 Vision Vision An attractive, ideal future that is credible yet not readily available 7 Ex. 13.2 Ex. 13.2 Examples of Brief Vision Examples of Brief Vision Statements Statements (selected) (selected) Motorola Become the premier company in the world Ritz-Carlton (Amelia Island) Engineering Dept....
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