Missions Of Organizations

Business and Management Skills

PI ETA Consulting Company
Highlights
* Learn to appreciate the concept of Mission and Vision Statements for corporations, as one of the key members in the management team.
* Learn to Appreciate the need for organizations to change these statements periodically to survive.
* Be introduced to the need to have Mission Statements within the life-cycle of an organization.
* Learn to recognizing the key factors that affect the background of Mission Statements, and how to write them - step by step.
* Be guided through the impact of final statements used, and a review of other multi-national corporationsa ™ mission statements.
Gain an insight to the evaluation of the final written mission statements and the work required to ensure that the statements fit the key business processes undertaken.
* Be guided to develop changes over time - with a provision to managing the processes and to incorporating revised statements over time - in relation to changing strategy and changing operating environments.
* Sample case studies will be provided to allow participants to have a better appreciation from an operating environment.
Seminar Facilitator(s):
Mr. John P. F. Cheong
B. Sc. (Hons), M. Sc., DIC, AMIMechE, MIMI, MMIS, MSIM, MCLIT
This is primarily ilt training
workshop / seminarThis is a workshop seminar
instructor led trainingThis class may be available at a classroom in Singapore, Singapore, or at one of these training facilities: Singapore, Singapore,
Course Level:basic
Duration:1 days
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by PI ETA Consulting Company

Missions Of Organizations Seminar Schedule

    Location    
May, 2017
19th May   Concorde Hotel, Singapore (Orchard Road)   [Register]
 
Missions Of Organizations
Seminar Background
Many corporations have survived without even a SIMPLE Mission Statement. On the other hand, this has been perceived to be a requirement for many. Some have felt that Mission Statements are merely gimmicks for corporations to demonstrate to their shareholders that they have clearly crystallized internally as to how they would like their businesses to move ahead with the investments from their stakeholders. But, is it just a gimmick or is it a strategic requirement for corporations in order to survive and to continue to position themselves in a highly competitive business arena? Could it be merely an advertising slogan for its staff and shareholders?
So what is all the fuss about? And why are the more successful corporations continuing to adopt this "statement" as a focus for their business strategy. What is its difference with a Vision Statement? How does one write a Mission Statement? Why are Mission Statements different from one corporation to another?
This 1-day intensive program aims to provide one with an appreciation of the theoretical and practical aspects of Mission Statements and how they can be written effectively.
Participants will be taught how to measure a well-written and good Mission Statement. They will be guided to develop closely-related Mission Statements for their own organizations and to understand why these statements need to be changed periodically with a provision for the management processes to reduce timescales, cost and disruption. They will be guided as to how to go about writing such a Mission Statement.
After the Mission Statement is provided, what are the next steps to adopt? How to monitor the business? Is there a need for organizational structure change or overview? Will there be a need for a review of your present goals? How about the progress against these goals? How about the forecast of revenue and profit and some key investments to cater for this change in Mission commitment? Will there by any changes in headcounts? And is there a need to plan ahead for other goals in the next period? These are some of the points that will be discussed in the program.
The program will also include some simple case studies to allow the participants to have a better appreciation of Mission Statements from an operating environment standpoint. It will also cover some areas in conducting feasibility studies and impact analysis including technical, logistical, legal, environmental and financial considerations.
Seminar Content
* Introduction & Concepts
- Definition of Mission and Vision Statements
- A Review of the key differences between these 2 types of statements
- Analyzing their impact on the organization from different perspectives
- What does a Mission Statement or a Vision Statement tell us?
* Study of the elements of Mission Statements
- The impact of Mission Statements to areas like Customer / Market; Product / Service; Geographic Domain; Technology; Concern for Survival; Philosophy; Self-Concept and Concern for Public Image
* Means of Measuring Effectiveness and Impact of a company s Mission
- Evaluation of Components Used in Mission Statements
- How to write an effective Mission Statement - step-by-step?
- More Mission Statement examples from corporations
- Case studies
* Developing and Monitoring the impact / significance of the stipulated Mission for your organization
- Review of Organizational changes and Prior Goals
- Progress evaluation against these goals
- Review of Revenue and Profit and the Investment required to sustain the Mission
- Appreciating and Expecting Headcounts changes
- Reviewing Goals for the next period
- Case Studies and Exercises
Benefits of Attendance
On completion of the program, participants should be able to appreciate the key dimensions of the mission of an organization and the use of appropriate terms and concepts. They will understand the various aspects of a mission statement and how to write one themselves. Depending on the types of organization and positions of the individuals, each participant should be able to analyze their own organization, identify performance problems and make decisions about the impact of the final mission statements to their respective organizations and their businesses. With that, they should be able to provide a platform to take their company s mission to a higher level.
They will also have an understanding of mission statements of other organizations, and in turn, be influenced by their business focus and structures. The program will also introduce a range of diagnostic and problem solving tools to aid in the analysis of the mission of businesses and the related design and measurement of effectiveness of each of these statements.
Who should attend?
Managing Directors, CEOs, General Managers and all other Senior Managers from HR, Marketing, Finance and Operations, who will be directly or indirectly involved in at both strategic and corporate levels of the organizations. This is important, as the entire process of defining the Mission and Vision Statements must always involve the key managers from all divisions and levels.
About The Training Provider: PI ETA Consulting Company
PI ETA Consulting Company - "Risk Management in any organization is everyone's business, not just the CEO, CFO and the CRO's " - Dr. Jeffrey C. K. Lim Ph. D., C. Sci., C. Math., FIMA, FRM, PRM, B. Fel. PI ETA Consulting Company is a Treasury and Risk Management Consulting Company * Back-to-basics Seminars * Consulting Services * In-house Software Systems
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