Slide 1: This is an introductory slide to Vision & Mission Statements. State Your Company Name and get started.
Slide 2: This is an Agenda slide. State your agendas here.
Slide 3: This slide shows The Vision with manifying glass imagery. State Vision here.
Slide 4: This slide showcases A mission statement and explains what a company wants to do now while a Vision statement says what a company wants to be in future.
Slide 5: This slide shows - VISION: A Vision Statement says where you want to be in the future. MISSION: A Mission Statement Says How Will You Get To Where You Want To Be.
Slide 6: This slide presents - VISION: In a company, the vision statement is often led by the mission, which was already accomplished, and by strategic future plans. MISSION: For any new start up, formulate the vision statement first and it will guide the mission statement and the rest of the strategic plan.
Slide 7: This slide presents to write or state on- What Is Our Business?
Slide 8: This slide shows What Do You Want To Become? State your aspirations etc. here.
Slide 9: This slide displays The Strategic Pyramid to present step by step strategical process/decision
Slide 10: This slide showcases Mission And Vision In The Strategy Process with- GOALS, MISSION, VALUE, VISION, STRATEGY, ACTION PLAN.
Slide 11: This slide presents Developing a Strategic Vision, Mission and Values. State them here.
Slide 12: This is a Setting Objectives slide. State your objectives here.
Slide 13: This slide presents Strategic Management Process with External and internal factors categorized as- 1: Developing A Strategic Vision, Mission, And Values. 2: Setting Objectives. 3: Crafting A Strategy To Achieve The Objectives And Move The Company Along The Intended Path. 4: Executing The Strategy. 5: Monitoring Developments, Evaluating Performance, And Initiating Corrective Adjustments.
Slide 14: This slide shows the Factors Shaping Strategic Decisions. The External Considerations thus are- What are the company’s external opportunities? What market positions do rivals occupy and what move are they likely to make next? What are the key factors for future competitive success? What are the industry’s economic characteristics? What forces are driving change in the industry? How strong are the competitive forces at play?
Slide 15: This slide presents Mission Statement. Describe your statements here.
Slide 16: This slide showcases Key Questions For Developing A Mission Statement like- a: What Do We Do Today? b: Why Do We Do It? c: For Whom We Do It? d: What Is The Benefit?
Slide 17: This slide shows a Vision Statement. State them here.
Slide 18: This slide showcases Key Questions For Developing A Vision Statement. The questions displayed are- Where Do You Want To Be Going Forward? When Do You Want To Reach That Stage? How Do We Want To Do It? It also shows- The Vision Statement Defines The Future. It Gives Details On Future Goals And Where You Wish To. It Explains Why You Choose To Work For It.
Slide 19: This slide presents Strategic Vision for the company. The context includes- It’s top management’s views about the firm’s direction and future product-market-customer-technology focus. Provides a panoramic view of “where we are going.” Is distinctive and specific to a particular organization. Definitively states how the company’s leaders intend to position the firm beyond where it is today.
Slide 20: This slide shows Characteristics Of Effectively Worded Vision Statements under the sub heading: Characteristics Of Vision Statements. The constituents are- GRAPHIC (Paint A picture of the kind of company that management is trying to create and the market position(s) the company is striving to stake out). DIRECTIONAL, (Is forward looking ; describes the strategic course that management has charted and the kinds of product-market-customer-technology changes that will help the company prepare for the future). FOCUSED, (Is specific enough to provide managers with guidance in making decisions and allocating resources). FLEXIBLE, (Is not so focused that it makes it difficult for management to adjust to changing circumstances in markets, customer preferences or technology). FEASIBLE, (Is within the realm of what the company can reasonably expect to achieve). DESIRABLE, (Indicates why the directional path makes good business sense). EASY TO COMMUNICATE, (Is explainable in 5 to 10 minutes and ,ideally, can be reduced to a simple, memorable “slogan").
Slide 21: This lide presents Common Shortcomings Of Company Vision Statements- Vague Or Incomplete Not Forward Looking Too Broad Bland Or Uninspiring Not Distinctive Too Reliant On Superlatives
Slide 22: This slide displays Why a sound, well-communicated strategic vision matters. The major points are- It crystallizes senior executives’ own views about firm’s long-term direction, It reduces the risk of rudderless decision making by management at all levels, It is a tool for winning the support of employees to help make the vision a reality, It provides a beacon for lower-level managers in forming departmental missions, It helps an organization prepare for the future.
Slide 23: A firm’s values are the beliefs, traits, and behavioral norms that the firm’s personnel are expected to display in conducting the firm’s business and pursuing its strategic vision and mission. This slide shows exactly that Core Concept.
Slide 24: This slide showcases Short Term v/s Long-Term Objectives.
Slide 25: This slide displays Crafting A Strategy with the following subheadings- Corporate Strategy (Addresses the question of how to capture cross-business synergies, what business to hold or divest, which new markets to enter, and how to best enter new markets-by acquisition, creation of a strategic alliance or through internal development). Business Strategy (Is primarily concerned with building competitive advantage in a single business unite of a diversified company or strengthening the market position of a no diversified single business company?) Functional-area Strategies (Are concerned with the strategies specifically related to particular functions or processes within a business (marketing strategy, production strategy, finance strategy, customer service strategy, product strategy, and human resources strategy?) Operating Strategies (Are relatively narrow strategy initiatives and approaches of limited scope for managing key operating units (plants, distribution centers, geographic units) and specific operating activities such as materials purchasing or internet sales?)
Slide 26: This slide shows Company's Strategy Making Hierarchy with these subheadings- Corporate Strategy, Business Strategy, Functional-Area Strategies, Operating Strategies.
Slide 27: This slide shows Mission Statement: Create Your Own Mission Worksheet with- Why Do We Exist, What Makes Us Different- Needs of a mission statement For Whom Do We Do It?- Should be clear and simple What Do We Do Now?- Should avoid elaborate language Which Goals Do We Have?- Should not be confused with a vision statement How Will We Get Where We Want To Be?- Should be recognizably yours What Is The Benefits?- Should be easily explained by others
Slide 28: This slide presents Mission Statement Components with the following subheadings- PRODUCTS OR SERVICES, MARKETS, TECHNOLOGY, CONCERN FOR SURVIVAL-GROWTH-PROFITABILITY, PHILOSOPHY, SELF-CONCEPT, CONCERN FOR PUBLIC IMAGE, CONCERN FOR EMPLOYEE
Slide 29: This slide presents Our Philosophy with Values And Philosophy.
Slide 30: This slide showcases Our Future Plans to be stated.
Slide 31: This slide presents Company Name with Vision, Mission and Goal. State them here.
Slide 32: This slide presents Company Name with Vision, Mission, and Core value.
Slide 33: This slide shows another variation of Company Name with Vision, Mission and Values.
Slide 34: This slide shows another variation of Company Name with Vision, Mission and Values.
Slide 35: This slide shows Company Name with different company names to put/add.
Slide 36: This slide presents Company Name with TEAMWORK, RESPECT, QUALITY, PASSION, QUALITY, IMPROVEMENT.
Slide 37: This slide presents Company Name with Vision Mission and Goal.
Slide 38: This slide presents Company Name with Vision Mission and Value in triangular form.
Slide 39: This slide presents Company Name with Vision Mission and Value in pyramidal form.
Slide 40: This slide is titled Additional slides to omve forward.
Slide 41: This slide presents Our Team with nbame, designation and image box.
Slide 42: This is an Our Goal slide. State your goals here.
Slide 43: This is a Quotes slide to convey a message or state what you believe in.
Slide 44: This is a Timeline slide to display milestones, highlights, growth etc.
Slide 45: This is an Important Notes slide. State events, highlights, reminders here.
Slide 46: This is a Puzzle image slide. State specifications, information here.
Slide 47: This is a Target slide. State your company targets here.
Slide 48: This is a Circular image slide. State specifications, information etc. here.
Slide 49: This is a Venn diagram image slide. State specifications, information etc. here.
Slide 50: This is a Mind Map image slide. State specifications, information etc. here.
Slide 51: This is a Bulb/Idea image slide. State specifications, information, innovative aspects etc. here.
Slide 52: This is a Magnifying glass image slide. State specifications, information, innovative aspects etc. here.
Slide 53: This is a Thank You slide with Address# street number, city, state, Contact Numbers, Email Address.