Vision Statement

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Vision Statement

A fairly detailed statement of what a company wishes to accomplish in the course of its operations. A vision statement may be placed in a business plan, on a website or nearly anywhere else. While brief, it explains the company's goals and how it intends to accomplish them to potential investors and other interested parties. It is more detailed than a mission statement.
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The medium-term vision statements set out the following: excellence in performance of statutory and other functions; strengthened trust of citizens and other institutions in the RBI; enhanced relevance and significance in national and global roles; transparent, accountable and ethics-driven internal governance; best-in-class and environment friendly digital as well as physical infrastructure; and innovative, dynamic and skilled human resources.
At the same time it seems that mission and vision statements have risen to primacy as guiding documents for academic institutions.
Advantages of having formal Mission and Vision Statements
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What is noteworthy, however, is that complete continuity has been maintained in relation to earlier such vision statements. Payment and Settlement Systems in India: Vision 2018 released on 23rd June, is fifth in the series of RBI's three-yearly policy statement for payment systems and settlement regulation in India.
Companies operating in Pakistan has made proud sentences to provide them direction which we commonly known as vision statements. The main idea behind this study is to know by scanning annual reports of the sample organizations that how much vision is followed in making strategic decisions and how easily it could be measured.
Abidjan: The eight candidates in the running for the election of the next President of the African Development Bank have submitted their vision statements for the Bank and the continent.
Instead, metalcasting CEOs and management teams already have most of what they need for value adding planning and, at the strategic level, all they need is a concise, two-page vision statement. Vision statements articulate the products being manufactured and the customers being served, set out competitive advantages and major strategic and functional imperatives, highlight important commitments and ways in which business is to be conducted, and describe the company's current reality as well as its desired future state.
But if the niche is understood as "start-ups" of institutions or undertakings with a positive role in society, then clearly there is a niche in each of the personal vision statements illustrated earlier.
Among the topics are action research, case studies, change, classroom interventions, curriculum, differentiation, examinations, homework, inclusion, leadership, learning, lesson plans, meetings, partnerships, peer learning, self-evaluation, special educational needs, storytelling, student voice, time management, and vision and vision statements. Policies, terms, and some specific topics relate to the UK; others have more general application.
Next in the frequency count, as noted in Table 1, were institutional vision statements representing 70% (n = 56) of the total number of institutions studied.