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Personal Vision Statement

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Pages 61-65 (McNurlin & Sprague, 2004) address the matter of creating
a vision. A vision is a statement of how someone wants the future to be or
believes it will be.
You have been a member of an IS management team that was asked to
create a vision for your company. Create and name an imaginary
company and discuss what you and your team did to produce the
company's vision. What vision did your team create? How did your team
decide to go about selling your vision to others?
Areas to address might include:
? Who was on your team (e.g., visionaries, insiders, outsiders, CIO)?
? How did the makeup of your team impact the development process?
? What areas did your team explore? For example, did you look at
trends or scout the future looking for discontinuities?
? What ideas did your team offer concerning possible shifts that could
impart significant changes within the company?
This should only require one or two pages to convey.

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Dear Student:

I have given you some ideas, using a fake wellness company. I hope this provides a solid example that you can then generate an original response to your assignment. Best of luck!

Troyo RN MBA COHN-S

Pages 61-65 (McNurlin & Sprague, 2004) address the matter of creating
a vision. A vision is a statement of how someone wants the future to be or
believes it will be.
You have been a member of an IS management team that was asked to
create a vision for your company. Create and name an imaginary
company and discuss what you and your team did to produce the
company's vision. What vision did your team create? How did your team
decide to go about selling your vision to others?
Areas to address might include:
? Who was on your team (e.g., visionaries, insiders, outsiders, CIO)?
? How did the makeup of your team impact the development process?
? What areas did your team explore? For example, did you look at
trends or ...

Solution Summary

This solution uses an fake company to complete a personal vision statement, detailing the vision, employee breakdown, products, distribution pathways, and factors to take under consideration.

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