Many projects fail because their goals are unclear or their course is diverted during execution. A concise vision statement can prevent this. A few hours spent creating a well-defined vision statement will help the project to be communicated and understood better, will help the project stay on course and will ensure that your goals are met. In order to achieve these benefits, you need to take a structured approach to building your vision.

We all have things that we want to achieve in our personal and business lives. You can’t even work the satellite-navigation in your car without having a goal. Like in the car, our goals help make choices about the path we follow – hopefully the road we’re on is heading toward our destination and not away from it.

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