@Dave Lokos30 - I don't know if you'll need to update it or not, but you certainly will want to review it and see if it still fits the vision for the company. Is it big enough, challenging enough, clear enough, etc.? I would do this first and then make sure everyone is on board with it and then make sure the 3 year picture and 1 year plan support it.
A 10-Year Target is the “North Star” for your company and all your employees. Your team needs to see that you have a plan. They need to believe in a real target to get through this.34 followers2 questions0 posts
A 10-Year Target is the “North Star” for your company and all your employees. Your team needs to see that you have a plan. They need to believe in a real target to get through this.
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@Darrin Jahnel43 great questions. My experience has been that there is value at the department level to allow for different Marketing and 3 Yr Picture sections. I have numerous clients that have multiple divisions. One example is they have an ecommerce division (small transactions), a professional service division and large recurring revenue group. Each of these roll-up to the company overall marketing strategy and 3 yr picture but they operate on their own P&L. Also in Ninety.io49 the software supports department level different marketing strategies and 3 yr picture but it won't allow for Core Values, Core Focus and Target... (More)
Departments can have Traction pages of the V/TO, so 1 yr plans, Rocks, and their own long term issues, but the Vision page stays common to the whole company. That is the general rule so we keep everyone marching toward the same big goal as a company.