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To see in a vision; to dream.
an inspiring 'picture' of where the company or organisation wants to be in the future.
An overarching statement of the way an organization wants to be; an ideal state of being at a future point.
A statement that describes how the organisation wishes to be in the future. Vital Business Function The business critical functions of the business, supported by an IT service. Voice Over Internet Protocol Sometimes called 'IP telephony' or 'Voice over the Internet (VOI)'. VOIP uses a combination of hardware and software to enable people to use the Internet as the transmission medium for telephone calls. Voice Over the Internet See Voice over Internet Protocol.
A definition of where an organization aspires to be in the future.
faith, insight, foresight, optimism and hope. The optimist "sees" an opportunity in every difficulty.
A vision is a clear view of the future, usually one that an organization is working toward achieving for itself. Note that a vision is usually singular: an organization with a unified vision statement is not thinking about alternative futures.
A picture of how things should, could or will be.
A dream like experience of God.
Picturing something as it ought to be or as you would want it to be in its ideal state.
the redemptive revelation of God; a future of God's provision and relationship with others; the ability to see; understanding.
A shared picture of the future an entity seeks to create. It is a description of the ideal for children, families and the community; a dream of how things should be.
description of a desired 'world', always far greater than any individual or organisation; described in the present tense, yet is never 'achieved'; emphasis on the aspirational or spiritual dimension of purpose, contrasted with goal, mission and role; also link-theme between spiritual dimension and emotional dimension
The direction of the data warehouse â€“ what it is intended to accomplish.
a 'articulation of a realistic, credible, attractive future for an organization
a big, exciting, compelling goal for the company to become the best or biggest in its industry, region, the nation, or even the world
a captivating dream, a burden, a prompting of the Holy Spirit-a mental picture of what ought to be done and why
a clearly defined dream, idea, goal or objective with a plan detailing the specific steps that must be taken in order to achieve it
a clear picture in your head that also involves other senses--taste, feel, smell, hear
a compelling conceptual image of the desired future
a compelling description of your preferred future
a concise statement about where you want your school community to be at some point in the future
a deeply held picture of where a person or group wants to get to in the future
a description of the business as you want it to be
a description of what the company can be in the future
a description of your priorities
a dream, a divine idea or a revelation from God concerning a man's future
a dream, a hope, a desire which to be converted to reality, needs dedication
a dream and a thought process that is carried out in the subconscious and the conscious mind
a dream for the future, a positive statement of a shared outcome that is truly inspiring enough for others to do the difficult work of change
a dream or a realistic goal
a dream that can be implemented
a dream that is so powerful that it has to be turned into reality
a dream with a deadline
a dream with realistic objectives attached to it
a mental image of a possible and desirable future state of the organization
an aim for the future
an articulation of the program's desired future for its students
an idealized picture of the future of the business
an idealized picture of the future organization and it expresses the organization's reason for existence
an idea or an image of a more desirable future for an individual or a group
an inspired dream from a person or group that is driven towards accomplishing their purpose
an ordered set of dreams
a perception of the immediate or distant future in the minds of those in the present
a picture of a future state for the organization, a description of what it would like to be a number of years from now
a picture of a preferable future
a picture of a preferred future state, a description of what it would be like to be some years from now
a picture of the future -- of the school, the graduates, and the greater community
a picture of the future the department seeks to create
a picture of the future we seek to create, described in the present tense, as if it were happening now
a picture of where we are headed
a portrait of the future that your church is called to help bring about through the power of the Spirit
a positive mental image of the future that is expressed as if it had already been achieved
a possible future state, something to move towards
a pragmatic dream
a realistic, credible, attractive and inspiring future for the organization
a separate experience from a dream, but like unto a dream
a short statement that is easily understood by all and describes something different or better
a soundbite, a memorable signpost that points the way, a singularly effective insight that is suggestive, but not instructive
a statement about what your organization wants to become
a statement of a desired future, an image of an ideal, an expression of optimism
a statement that identifies where an organization wants to be at some point in the future
a statement that tells everyone about your significant shared purpose
a story of the future that empowers people to take action
a visual reality, but a reality nonetheless
a word picture of a future state
A description of a realistic and credible desired future for a community or organization. A vision is a key part of a strategic planning process.
The stated dream of what an organization wants to be, where it wants to go, or what it wants to stand for. For a vision statement to be meaningful it must be achievable and measurable..
A succinct statement describing the reason for the organization's existence
A guiding theme that articulates the nature of the business/library and its intentions for the future, based upon how management believes the environment will unfold. A vision is informed, share, competitive and enabling.
A clear, detailed picture of what should be achieved.
Your organization's Vision is the over-riding principle that guides the organization. It defines what you want the organization to be. The vision is often the dream of the founder or leader.
The dream that a group shares for what it wants its community or group to be.
The vision clarifies what the organization should look like and how it should behave as it fulfils its mission. A vision statement emphasizes purpose, behaviour, performance criteria, decision rules, and standards. Other characteristics include being relatively future oriented; reflecting high ideals and challenging ambitions; and capturing the organization's uniqueness and distinctive competence.
A contemplative image of future promise and possibility articulated with the intention to inspire others.
A vision is the direction or dream a group aspires to achieve in any given time span.
A picture of the future that you seek to create and describe in the present tense. The statement of a vision indicates where we want to go, and what we will be like when we get there. Vision gives shape and direction to the organization= s future while helping people to set goals (Senge, 1994).
The regionally-agreed statement of the overall aims of the regional transportation plan. In the context of regional transportation operations, a "vision" is the regionally-agreed statement of the overall aims of the regional transportation plan; describes the 'target' end-state. Typically, a regional transportation vision will drive its goals (policy statements - the ends toward which effort is directed), objectives (measurable results), and strategies (ways/means to achieve objectives).
Imagination of what could be accomplished or is possible at some future time.
A vision is a way of seeing or conceiving what you want to create or achieve in advance. The single most important thing to have before you do any planning is a vision.
A Vision defines what the community wants to be in the future in each of the six Foundation areas. The Long-term Vision includes the six Visions, Core Values, and Key Benchmarks.
A vision describes what an organization is striving to become in the future. It paints a picture of an ideal world that an organization wants to help create. A vision is intended to galvanize an organization into greater action and co-operation.
The shared perception of the organization's future: what the organization will achieve and a supporting philosophy. This shared vision must be supported by strategic objectives, strategies, and action plans to move it in the desired direction. Syn: vision statement.
What the organization wants to become.
A short statement of an organization's aspirations; what it hopes to become and achieve.
An image of the desired future. A vision statement shows where an organization (or team) wants to go, and what it will look like when they get there.
Something seen beyond normal sight, such as in a dream, a trance, or supernaturally revealed.
An unbounded view of what the team wants to accomplish.
Where we want to be in the long term
A short (and snappy) statement of how the future will look when the organization achieves its mission.
An organization's vision provides a picture of a preferred future that provides long-term direction, guidance and inspiration for the organization.
A visible revelation from God, like a dream but usually experienced while the recipient is still awake.
A creative plan for the future focusing on goals established by a group. In transportation, a vision looks beyond immediate transportation solutions (i.e., new roadways) and plans the framework and methods for attaining future transportation goals.
A visualization that may show event or entity at any place or from any time, past, present or future.
Often incorporated into an organizational mission (or vision) statement to clarify what the organization hopes to be doing at some point in the future. The vision should act as a guide in choosing courses of action for the organization.