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How can I explain the eight components of an effective mission statement (customer-market, product-service, geographic domain, technology, concern

How can I explain the eight components of an effective mission statement (customer-market, product-service, geographic domain, technology, concern for survival, philosophy, self concept and concern for public image) for my mission statement below: "Wadman stands as a STIMULATING organization with COMMITTED and PASSIONATE individuals that EMPOWER the TEAM to achieve SUCCESS for themselves, for each TEAM member and for our CLIENTS by being TRUSTING, HONEST AND COMMITTED to each others SUCCESS". Wadman Corporation is a construction company and I need to explain those eight components for the mission statement.

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  • For the technology, kindly delete this part;For businesses that rely heavily on technology, the mission statement should include a description of the essential technology the company does or plans to employ. If nothing else, this directs purchasing agents toward the appropriate vendors for goods and services. It have been posted by mistake.
    • anngithire
    • May 15, 2018 at 2:43am
  • I am regrettably sorry for this mistake. It has never happened before and I promise it wont happen again.
    • anngithire
    • May 15, 2018 at 2:45am

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