Company Vision with a Core

Yesterday, the EO program was actually a two part workshop with the first part on developing a vision with a core while the second part was on the X-Factor for entrepreneurs. The main premise behind a vision with a core: sustained corporate growth and excellence need a platform with which to measure all decisions against. Here’s what John DeHart, the presenter of the workshop, had to say were the three parts for a vision:

  • Core purpose – Why we do what we do
  • Core values – How we do what we do
  • Painted picture – Where we are going

I enjoyed the workshop and would encourage entrepreneurs to read the Jim Collins books Good to Great and Built to Last to get a deeper understanding of the material.

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