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Business Policy and Strategy: Vision and Mission Statement Changes

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How often should an organization's vision/mission be changed in light of strategy evaluation activities? Explain you rationale.

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Basically, the organization's vision and mission statement should be changed when it is determined that the vision and mission statement are not supportive of the organization's goals and objectives. The vision and mission statement are two ...

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This solution explains the points at which management should change (or evaluate) the company's mission and vision statement as related to strategy evaluation.

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