Managing Director of Credence Micro Credit, Adeline Quarshie.
In a fast-growing and competitive business environment, the greatest asset that has the potency to drive an organization into success is ‘focus’; otherwise known in the corporate world as “Vision.”
Whilst a vision is the reason why a business exists or may exist, the ideal thing is to work towards, with and around it. It is quite paradoxical that inasmuch as the vision is the reason for the existence of the organization, the aim is not to exhaust the vision but to work with it. Achieving a vision would simply mean that the spirit and life of the vision has been exhausted. In other words, once a vision is achieved, there is no reason for existence any longer.
The existence of the vision is the reason for the existence of the organization. However, in an ever dynamic, a more civilized and technologically advanced world, both people and all other institutions including non-governmental organizations, social groups, churches, small and medium enterprises and of course corporate entities have come to the realization of the concept, role and value of a vision in the success story of every institution, hence, its patronage thereof. To illustrate the seriousness of it; in our world today, institutions, both formal and informal spend countless hours, days, months and sometimes years to brainstorm on what the vision of the institution should be. There are some experts who are paid to construct a vision or…