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 difference between vision and mission statement


Defogging the “Mission/Vision Thing”
A company’s success depends upon its ability to make smart decisions and respond quickly in a highly volatile environment. When a company has a relevant and

difference between vision and mission statement  the “Mission/Vision Thing” Defogging the Mission/Vision Thing J. Diezemann & J. Dowling - May 5, 2000 The Issue Without a clearly stated Purpose, Mission, Vision, and Values, employees, including IT professionals, lack adequate guidance and boundaries of empowerment. This lack of context is likely to result in them taking actions that are consistent with their individual 'visions' but collectively fail to maximize business value from their efforts. The vast majority of personnel who fill

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Incentive and Compensation Management

Enterprise incentive management (EIM) and employee compensation management sit between HR, CRM, Accounting, and sales force automation. These applications help sales executives gain perspective on sales performance, business operations, and manage compensation programs. EIM solutions are used to improve sales strategies. 

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