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HƯỚNG DẪN LÀM BÀI CÁ NHÂN SỐ 1.

Yêu cầu:

1- Phân tích các bản tuyên bố viễn cảnh và sứ mệnh của công ty không Việt nam và không trùng nhau

2- Viết bản tuyên bố viễn cảnh và sứ mệnh cá nhân

Nội dung:

1- Cam kết: Các bạn cần kiểm tra lại toàn bộ các đăng ký trước xem có sự trùng lặp nào không và viết cam kết trước:

• Em đã đăng ký công ty …. trên diễn đàn thành công lúc:……

• Em đã đọc tất cả các đăng ký trước thời điểm này không có sự trùng lắp

2- Phân tích viễn cảnh

- Công ty có tuyên bố viễn cảnh không? Nếu không có thể tìm các triết lý, niềm tin, nguyên tắc hay giá trị lưu giữ trong tịch sử

- Trong lịch sử của công ty đã tuyên bố bao nhiêu lần về viễn cảnh, bản tuyên bố gần nhất là viễn cảnh nào (mỗi viễn cảnh cần có tên người tuyên bố, năm nào, nguyên gốc và dich ra)

- Phân tích bản tuyên bố viễn cảnh gần nhất.Yêu cầu:

o Bản tuyên bố gôc phải là bản đầy đủ (nghĩa là bạn sử dụng bản này để có thể phân tích các nội dung viễn cảnh không cắt đoạn: mục đích riêng, giá trị cốt lõi riêng, B.H.A.G riêng…

o Dịch nguyên văn

o Phân tích các nội dung đúng với giáo trình. Chú ý, Không phụ họa, không dẫn chứng, chỉ phân tích nội dung, ý nghĩa với quản trị chiến lược

3- Phân tích sứ mệnh

• Sưu tầm bản tuyên bố sứ mệnh gần nhất, có thể bao gồm:

i. Bản ngắn gọn (thường dùng để truyền thông)

ii. Bản đầy đủ (sử dụng trong các báo cáo)

iii. Bản hướng dẫn (bao gồm bản đầy đủ, cùng với các triển khai từng nội dung)

Việc tìm kiếm đầy đủ sẽ giúp tránh nhầm lẫn viễn cảnh và sứ mệnh, mục đích cốt lõi, B.H.A.G (viễn cảnh) và tham vọng(sứ mệnh), giá trị cam kết(sứ mênh) với giá trị cốt lõi (viễn cảnh)

• Dịch nguyên văn

• Phân tích theo 3 nội dung cơ bản của sứ mệnh, ý nghĩa với quản trị chiến lược của giai đoạn. Chú ý, Không phụ họa, không dẫn chứng, chỉ phân tích…...

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