Description please respond back to these 2 responses: 1.Hey class, hope everyone had a wonderful week. I want to wish everyone luck on the midterm, and a safe and productive week ahead. This week we were asked, what are the two most interesting guidelines that relate to a strategic planning team formulating a vision of success? Why did you find these two interesting? I found the vision of success and a constant discussion of the vision to be the most interesting. I found that these really hit home with me. Whether it was my time in the military as an NCO on a mission, or in the civilian world as a member of the CERT team working on a cell block, I always strived for my team to be on the same page, with the same outlook on the mission at hand. This was also always followed up with an After-Action Review or AAR. I am a firm believer that every person on the team is a leader. Whether they are brand new, or a seasoned veteran or employee, no one is an expert in every area. Open communication is also key not only for success, but team morale. The main desired outcome of an organizations vision for the future should always be success, and longevity. Again, this is important for everyone involved to understand. It is easy to have minor or in the moment success, but those can quickly fizzle out. If the vision is clear for the desired outcome, minor successes and losses will not overshadow the end goal. For me the biggest benefit of a clear, inspiring, and widely shared vision would be the overall happiness of the team. I have been on good teams, and teams that need a lot of improvement, but I have only been on a few teams that were truly great teams. What I found to make those few teams great was the overall happiness, and camaraderie of the team. The biggest asset to that team was incredible communication, sense of purpose and pride, and a clear unrestricted vision of the future goal. 2.I think that the 2 most interesting strategic planning guidelines covered are linking thing organization with its environment and developing a vision for success. I can appreciate when linking the organization with its environment, that the employees are identified as a key part of the process. It says in our reading that employees should be recognized as the ones within the organization who are actually going to do the implementation. I believe that it is extremely valuable as a leader to understand the employees role and respect the hard work that goes into an implementation of a organizational vision. The second, Developing a vision for success, in interesting to me because I believe that you need a vision and a vision statement to keep your organization in check to the end goal. It is no uncommon to deviate from the plan, but the ultimate vision for the organization keeps you working towards the common goal. The desired outcome for an organizations vision for the future is to maintain the expectation of decision making and leadereship to reach the end goal. The goal of the vision to set the standard for where the company wants to be and to use the vision to make incremental and measurable steps to get the goal. The benefits of a clear, concise and widely spread vision is that all of the employees are involved in the growth of the company and everyone knows the purpose of their contributions. This helps the company with long term goals because the employees are making decisions in support of the organizations ultimate vision and plan.
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