To start, write a brief overview description creating an organizational fact sheet of your organization, including the following information:• when it was established and by whom• legal forms of organization and tax status• its current CEO• its industry or industries• its size• its general purposeTypically, such overviews in a report of this size are no more than one page (approximately 250 to 300 words).Remember to apply the perspective of an outside consultant to your analysis. Be as objective as possible. Also, consider the audience for this report: key stakeholders including, board members, new employees, and anyone else who would benefit from this overview.When you have finished your overview description, proceed to Step 3, where you will identify the mission, vision, values, and goals of your organization.Now that you’ve identified the key facts about your organization, turn your attention to your organization’s mission, vision, values, and goals. Taken together, these elements can help drive organizational decisions, positively impact employee performance, and influence many of the other organizational components you’ll be examining for this report.The mission, vision, values, and goals should be reviewed periodically to determine whether adjustments are needed in light of key environmental factors or changes in the organization’s performance or capacity.Follow the steps below to analyze your organization’s mission, vision, values, and goals:• Find your organization’s mission and look at whether and how it has changed over time. If it has changed, what process changed it?• Analyze the extent to which your organization’s mission (1) is well understood, (2) continues to inform key decisions, and (3) is well aligned with what the organization is actually doing.• If your organization does not have a formal mission statement, read deducing a mission.• Analyze your organization’s vision and core values. Consider whether the vision and core values are in alignment with and supportive of the organization’s mission. Are the vision and core values widely understood and accepted within the organization?• If you cannot find formal statements about your organization’s vision or core values, read Deducing Vision and Core Values.• Next, determine whether your organization practices strategic goal setting. Analyze whether these goals are explained clearly and whether they make sense given the organization’s mission, vision, and values. In other words, look for alignment of mission, mission, values, and goals.Community Support Services (css-md.org) (This is the link to the company site. please let me know if there is a problem.• introduction—1 page• fact sheet—1 page; see Step 2• mission, vision, values and goals—1 page; see Step 3
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