Wolfe, N. (2011). The Living Organization: Transforming Business

Wolfe, N. (2011). The living organization: Transforming business to create extraordinary results. Irvine, CA: Quantum Leaders Publishing. As Wolfe explains (2011, pp. 81–84): As Wolfe explains (2011, pp. 81–84): Within organizations, the Context field is often incorrectly referred to as the culture of the organization. It is this but is also much more. Culture is part of Context but not all of it. Write a polished and synthesized evaluation of your chosen organization’s (“Xerox”) stated mission, vision, and values statements. At a minimum you should address: 1. Do the stated mission, vision, and values provide a strong foundation from which to clearly understand the organization’s Soulful Purpose? How and Why?2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the stated mission, vision and values? Why?3. What revisions would you make to strengthen them (if necessary), and why? If you do not have recommendations, explain why you think the current stated mission, vision, and values are appropriate without revision and what criteria you suggest that organization use to evaluate those periodically so it can ensure that they remain relevant. Be sure to back your evaluation with evidence and with reference to best practices from the case study, required readings, and relevant readings

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Wolfe, N. (2011). The Living Organization: Transforming Business

Wolfe, N. (2011). The living organization: Transforming business to create extraordinary results. Irvine, CA: Quantum Leaders Publishing. As Wolfe explains (2011, pp. 81–84): As Wolfe explains (2011, pp. 81–84): Within organizations, the Context field is often incorrectly referred to as the culture of the organization. It is this but is also much more. Culture is part of Context but not all of it. Write a polished and synthesized evaluation of your chosen organization’s (“Xerox”) stated mission, vision, and values statements. At a minimum you should address: 1. Do the stated mission, vision, and values provide a strong foundation from which to clearly understand the organization’s Soulful Purpose? How and Why?2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the stated mission, vision and values? Why?3. What revisions would you make to strengthen them (if necessary), and why? If you do not have recommendations, explain why you think the current stated mission, vision, and values are appropriate without revision and what criteria you suggest that organization use to evaluate those periodically so it can ensure that they remain relevant. Be sure to back your evaluation with evidence and with reference to best practices from the case study, required readings, and relevant readings

Wolfe, N. (2011). The living organization: Transforming business

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Wolfe, N. (2011). The living organization: Transforming business to create extraordinary results. Irvine, CA: Quantum Leaders Publishing.As Wolfe explains (2011, pp. 81–84):

As Wolfe explains (2011, pp. 81–84):
Within organizations, the Context field is often incorrectly referred to as the culture of the organization. It is this but is also much more. Culture is part of Context but not all of it.

Write a polished and synthesized evaluation of your chosen organization’s (“Xerox”) stated mission, vision, and values statements. At a minimum you should address:

1.Do the stated mission, vision, and values provide a strong foundation from which to clearly understand the organization’s Soulful Purpose? How and Why?
2.What are the strengths and weaknesses of the stated mission, vision and values? Why?
3.What revisions would you make to strengthen them (if necessary), and why? If you do not have recommendations, explain why you think the current stated mission, vision, and values are appropriate without revision and what criteria you suggest that organization use to evaluate those periodically so it can ensure that they remain relevant.
Be sure to back your evaluation with evidence and with reference to best practices from the case study, required readings, and relevant readings