Why Is Business Vision Important?

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May 3, 2014

Why is a business vision important?

From the earliest start-up days, every business owner or leader has a vision for their company. It may change over the years as the business evolves; however the vision is always there, or needs to be there if the business is not to lose it’s way. How does collaboration help a business achieve its common goal – its vision?

How does a business move towards realising a vision? Planning and action – and of course people – are all needed.

Why Is Business Vision Important?

When recruiting staff it is very important to make sure that they understand the vision for the company. This is not to say that the company should be populated only by people who will always say “yes”; but clearly, fully informed team members can work more effectively towards a common goal.

Business goals

All departments should be aware of the business goals – how they are contributing towards achieving the company vision. Sharing information between departments not only shows to each part of the company how they contribute to the whole; it also banishes “Silo Syndrome”. Silo Syndrome will always damage a company working towards any goal – if departments aren’t aware of how they all fit into a “Common Vision” and the role they play in achieving a common goal, they can’t work towards it together.

Facing business challenges

Strategic issues, operational problems, staffing challenges are all common challenges faced by any business, big or small.  Companies need insights into what’s really going on in the business, to identify issues and reveal hidden opportunities, so that they can break through those issues, and move forwards to real business success.

About Paul Freudenberg

Paul Freudenberg is a business productivity coach and consultant with a focus on operational excellence delivering improved profitability and business performance, and Founder of Awardaroo in 2005. Paul has set the mission of Awardaroo to help raise UK Business Productivity from one of the lowest in the G7 to one of the highest by 2030. Connect on LinkedIn

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