No organization can exist without a vision to the future. Your vision doesn’t have to be fully detailed or described with flowery verbiage. It’s not an objective or an outcome. It’s a clear view toward the future, an imagined state of being for your organization that, even as you are formulating the words to describe it, should already be in the process of evolving.
Establishing a vision to the future requires some time and a great deal of thought, introspection, and creativity. You’ll have to analyze how to make best use of your available resources and figure out how to obtain those you lack.
This is an excerpt from Cal’s recent guest post on Moneycation. Read the whole article here.