Maintenance Mission Statement
The mission statement should be a clear and succinct representation of the purpose for existence. It should incorporate socially meaningful and measurable criteria addressing concepts, such as the moral/ethical position of the organization and expectations of growth and profitability. The intent of the mission statement should be the first consideration for any employee who is evaluating a strategic decision. The statement can range from a very simple to a very complex set of ideas.
Tip provided by: William Boothe and Steven Lindborg
Authors: Handbook to Achieve Operational Excellence
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