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Mission and vision of an organisation

1. You mention that the mission statement is not the first thing you look for when evaluating a company as a customer. Would you look for the mission if you were applying to work for the company? What would be some consequences of having employees whose personal values don't line up with the mission and vision of the company?

2. You say that when it's properly communicated, every employee should know the mission of the company. What are some effective ways to communicate the mission and vision? Are there any particularly poor methods of communication to stay away from, or is any communication better than no communication?

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1. You mention that the mission statement is not the first thing you look for when evaluating a company as a customer. Would you look for the mission if you were applying to work for the company? What would be some consequences of having employees whose personal values don't line up with the mission and vision of the company?

If I were applying for a position in the company, I would definitely look for the mission statement. This is very important because the potential employee can not only know more about the company but they would also be in good position to judge if the company is best for them. Its no good getting a position in company if you do not agree with their mission/vision ...

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What would be some consequences of having employees whose personal values don't line up with the mission and vision of the company?

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