Unlike a corporate Vision Statement, vision statements for Change Management focus on creating a burning platform to make the case for transformation and change. Change Management visions define and describe the rationale for the change and the desired end state. The intention of a vision is to guide, inspire, and motivate people to reach the desired end state for the organization.
What is a Vision Statement for Change Management, and what are best practices, tools and templates for teams and organizations?
Definition of Vision Statement
Description of Vision Statement
A compelling and bold Vision Statement articulates what the organization can achieve through embracing change. Designed to reward and serve the needs and desires of multiple stakeholder groups, Vision Statements are often used by companies to mobilize commitment towards achieving progress, and often include a “from-to” list of things the organization needs to shift away from and move toward. A change vision can often be achieved in a short to moderate period of time, giving employees a sense of possibility that is anchored in tangible results should they choose to embrace the proposed vision and corresponding changes.
Tools & Templates
Vision Statements are typically written as 1-2 short sentences and often communicated within presentations, reports, and other strategic documents.
upBOARD's Online Vision Statement Tools & Templates
Unlike most traditional Vision Statement techniques, upBOARD’s online Vision Statement collaboration tools allow any team or organization to instantly begin working with our web templates and input forms. Our digital platform goes far beyond other software tools by including progress dashboards, data integration from existing documents or other SaaS software, elegant intuitive designs, and full access on any desktop or mobile device.
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