Your “vision, strategy and alignment” should express your purpose. - Deepstash

Your “vision, strategy and alignment” should express your purpose.

“Paint a compelling reason and future for your organization that is worth striving for. Together with your leadership team, figure out how you will get there and sell everyone on that plan, so that all the human energy of your business is channeled toward achieving your organization’s Vision.”

After a business delineates its vision, it must define its strategy to achieve its goals. Senior leaders must align vision and strategy and create a striking rationale for the company’s existence, a strong objective that impels the workforce to strive to achieve it.

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