What are the differences between vision and mission?
mission and a vision are statements that have been written to guide certain actions and future states:
1. A mission is what an organization does, its action; a vision is what an organization would like to happen as a result of the action that it does.
2. Mission equals the action; vision is the ultimate result of the action.
3. Mission answers the question “What would not happen if we were not here as an organization?” Or more positively, “What change is achieved because we exist?
4. Vision answers the question: “What are the results, the ends, the consequences of our action?”
5. Vision looks forward; mission looks at today.
VISION: something seen in a dream, trance, or ecstasy; especially : a supernatural appearance that conveys a revelation b : a thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination c : a manifestation to the senses of something immaterial.
MISSION: a specific task with which a person or a group is charged b (1) : a definite military, naval, or aerospace task (2) : a flight operation of an aircraft or spacecraft in the performance of a mission c : a preestablished and often self-imposed objective or purpose.
Associations abridge their objectives and destinations in mission and vision articulations. Both of these fill distinctive needs for an organization yet are frequently mistaken for each other. While a statement of purpose depicts what an organization needs to do now, a dream explanation traces what an organization needs to be later on.
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