A vision statement is a short review of what a business or organization wants to look like in the future.
Questions our vision statement should answer:
- Where do we hope to be?
- Imagine SAEM Assessment in 3 to 5 years. During that time, we have worked to improve our service, workplace, practices, and expertise. What do you see? Specifically describe what is different from now.
How does a vision statement differ from a mission statement?
A vision statement summarizes where an organization wants to be in the future. A mission statement summarizes how that organization will get where it wants to be. Both are important in outlining and achieving the goals of an organization.
A complete comparison chart can be found here: http://www.diffen.com/difference/Mission_Statement_vs_Vision_Statement
Examples of vision statements
DACC Vision Statement: DACC will be a premier learning college that is grounded in academic excellence and committed to fostering lifelong learning and active, responsible citizenship within the community.
Colorado State University Health Network Vision Statement: The CSU Health Network vision is to lead the university community toward a healthy campus that promotes student success by providing multidisciplinary healthcare to enhance all aspects of student well being.
Assessment vision statement
We envision the University of Florida as an institution where all units and academic programs contribute to the fulfillment of the university mission by establishing goals and outcomes, regularly assessing these with valid, reliable measures, analyzing and interpreting the data collected, and using the results for continuous improvement. http://assessment.aa.ufl.edu/vision-mission
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