PRANTIJ KELVANI MANDAL – VISION, MISSION & VALUES Wednesday, Jun 3 2009 

VISION MISSION WORKSHOP – facilitated by Shri Manoj Onkar,Management Innovations.

CORE VALUES :

1. SECULAR

2. HUMANE

3. OPENNESS

4. ACCOUNTABILITY

5. BEING SYSTEM ORIENTED

6. INNOVATIVE


PURPOSE

GROOMING CHILDREN

TO BE CITIZENS ROOTED IN ONE’S OWN CULTURE

  • LIVING BY VALUES
  • EMPOWERED TO FACE CHALLENGES OF LIFE

VISION

Our Institutes – Centers  Of Excellence.

Transforming Education into an Art that Educate the Whole Child.

Children Scaling heights in all Works of Life.

Developed & Empowered  ‘PRANTIJ’

Facilitated by MANAGEMENT INNOVATIONS

managementinnovations2020@gmail.com

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ORGANIZATIONAL DIRECTION: MISSION & OBJECTIVES Tuesday, Dec 9 2008 

DETERMINING ORGANIZATION DIRECTION:

Through an interpretation of information gathered during environmental analysis, managers can determine the direction in which an organization should move.

2 important ingredients of organizational direction are Organizational Mission and Organizational Objectives.

DETERMINING ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION:

The most common initial act in establishing organizational direction is determining an organizational mission.

ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION is the purpose for which the Organization exists.

The firms organizational mission reflects such information as what types of products or services it produces, who its customers tend to be, and what important values it holds.

Organizational Mission is a very broad statement of organizational direction and is based on a thorough analysis of information generated through environmental analysis.

DEVELOPING A MISSION STATEMENT:

A MISSION STATEMENT is a written document developed by management, normally based on input by managers as well as non managers, that describes and explains what the mission of an organization actually is.

The mission is expressed in writing to ensure that all organization members will have easy access to it and thoroughly understand exactly what the organization is trying to accomplish.

IMPORTANCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION:

An organization mission is very important to an organization because it helps management increase the probability that the organization will be successful.

There are several reasons why it does this.

First, the existence of an organizational mission helps management focus human effort in a common direction.

The mission makes explicit the major targets the organization is trying to reach and helps managers keep these targets in mind as they make decisions.

Second, an organizational mission serves as a sound rationale for allocating resources.

A properly developed mission statement gives managers useful guidelines about how resources should be used to best accomplish organizational purpose.

Third, a mission statement helps management define broad but important job areas within an organization and therefore critical jobs that must be accomplished.

RELATION BETWEEN MISSION & OBJECTIVES:

Sound organizational objectives reflect and flow naturally from the purpose of the organization.

The organization’s purpose is expressed in its mission statement.

Thus organizational objectives must reflect and flow naturally from an organizational mission that, in turn, was designed to reflect and flow naturally from the results of an environmental analysis.

RECESSION STRATEGY – Honour your Vision and Core Values Monday, Nov 24 2008 

What should you do when in Recession?

How to Create the right Recession Strategy?

Maybe, more than anytime else, Recession is the time for the companies to be true to their Vision, get more focused on fulfilling their mission and dedicatedly honour their core values.

This is the time, when the companies and their top management are tested by the employees, customers and all stake holders. 

Are they visionaries or are they just another bunch of opportunists?

Do they really have a Vision or they have a Vision Statement as a good PR exercise.

What are their Real Core Values? or are there any core values at all, except self preservation and survival.

The difference between great companies, visionary companies and ordinary companies is very vividly visible in the way they deal with the challenging times like Recession.

This is where the rubber meets the road. This is where the CEO and the board have to walk their talk.

Do all those hours spent in the vision mission exercises mean anything?  OR the vision the first casualty of the recession.

What is the value of the Core Values created by the top management, investing some huge amount of man hours and a great amount to time and money?

All the companies, who will dump their vision and their core values at this time, are being short sighted.

Next Quarter, next financial year, when you would have survived the tough times, when you look back at those people, will you be able to talk big? will you be able to get everyone aligned on any big vision? 

 

How do you honour your values and fulfill your vision – when you are worried about going down?

That is the time, more than any other time in your life, to honour your values and be true to your vision.

This is what differentiates the originals from the fake, the men from the boys, the winners from the also rans.

 

For support contact: MANAGEMENT INNOVATIONS managementinnovations2020@gmail.com; manojonkar@gmail.com; 919375970812

How we help you implement your vision,mission and values Wednesday, Nov 5 2008 

  • An original authentic vision is always easy to share with passion and get people’s alignment.                                                                 
  • You will be guided on how to share your vision effectively and get your people on board.                                                                                   
  • Re-evaluating each work done on a day to day basis and differentiating between which is forwarding the mission and the vision and is in alignment with the Core Values and what is not.        
  • Identifying the most critical actions and conversations required in your organization for the fulfillment of the vision, mission and honouring the core values.                                                        
  • Creating a clear list of WHAT’S ON and WHAT’S NOT ON in the organization.                                                                                                             
  • Education, Education and Education for the team.                                   
  • Seniors walking the talk.

For detailed inputs on Creating and Implementing Vision and Mission, contact:

MANAGEMENT INNOVATIONS

managementinnovations2020@gmail.com;  manojonkar@gmail.com; 919375970812

How we help you create your Vision,Mission & Core Values Tuesday, Nov 4 2008 

We do not believe in Vision Statements and Mission Statements. You want some good statements, please search on google, get some interesting ones and play with words and create a good one for yourself.

We are interested in VISION and not just Vision Statement.

VISION is not available in the search on google. Vision is available on search in your self, your dreams, your ambitions, your values, your priorities and your view of life.

We will guide you to explore and get in touch with your real vision and how you can have your enterprise be fulfilling that vision.

An authentic vision, when shared, creates full enrollment and inspiration for the team members and staff. Alignment becomes easy and you can deal with the next step that is Strategy.

For more information contact:

MANAGEMENT INNOVATIONS

managementinnovations2020@gmail.com;  manojonkar@gmail.com; 919375970812