Strategic Business Vision Deliverable Template
From MIKE2.0 Methodology
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Startegic Business Vision describes what the organisation would like to be (future state), not necessarily what it is like today (current state). Business vision includes the objectives, priorities and value disciplines that identify the major areas in which the organisation must consistently perform well in order to achieve its business vision. The business vision and direction usually includes:
- A future state goal
- Competitive forces
- Differentiators and positioning
- Major customers, buying incentives and sales cycles
- Major suppliers and incentives
- Major competitors, substitutes and discriminators
- Industry and historical supply chains
- Success factors