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Vision, Values, and Mission: How they relate to the Goals & Culture of an Organization September 6, 2006 Rachel Waldo Brett Corday Abby Martin. General Business Definitions.
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Vision, Values, and Mission:How they relate to the Goals & Cultureof an OrganizationSeptember 6, 2006Rachel WaldoBrett CordayAbby Martin
What makes it so great?“Our new No. 1 sets the standard for Silicon Valley: free meals, swimming spa, and free doctors onsite. Engineers can spend 20% of time on independent projects. No wonder Google gets 1,300 résumés a day.”
- Google tops Fortune Magazine’s ‘100 Best Companies to Work For 2007’ ListThe Mission Statement Matching Game
Source: online new employee orientation
International Competition, and an ever-changing dynamic competitive landscape drives large corporations to change how the determine their goals. Armstrong World Industries builds strategies from both the top and bottom of the organization.
Chairman & CEO
Hourly Production Workers
"Watching out for all your insurance needs"
Fun & Humor
A caring Team of Insurance Professionals dedicated to educating, serving and protecting families and businesses.
Founded in 1989 by Wendy Kopp, as an undergraduate thesis.
Only 500 Corp Teachers in 1990, selected out of 2,500 recent college grads
Their purpose was to provide equal education for all in the American school system
26 Rural and Urban communities served
More than 5,000 Corps in service, 12,000 alumni
425,000 students impacted by TFA annually, 3 million since 1990
Map of TFAcoverage
CNN report, “People You Should Know”
Mission: To close the achievement gap that exists between low-income students and their higher-income peers
Vision: To utilize the nation’s best and brightest college grads by recruiting them to teach
Values: TFA Corps have strong academic backgrounds and leadership qualities
Culture: Corps are professional, act with integrity and constantly seek to further the TFA vision. They have the ability to motivate and influence others while demonstrating strong critical thinking skills. Lastly, Corps have respect for the students and families in low-income communities.
First, to increase the number of Corps teaching and regions taught in, while remaining diverse.
Second, to maximize the impact of Corps on student achievement
Third, to foster leadership from Corp alumni as a force for change
Forth, To build and enduring American Institution