Company Mission Statements Key to Success Reports EOS Worldwide®

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Businesses who develop and follow their company mission statement end up being more successful in the long run, according to EOS Worldwide, creators of the Entrepreneurial Operating System recently reported.

Defining a company mission statement, or as we call it, a Core Focus™, isn’t always an easy process, but it’s an extremely valuable exercise that helps business owners fully clarify their purpose for the business and gives everyone a central purpose

Company mission statements result in a more successful organization, according to EOS Worldwide®. The creators of the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®), recently reported that companies who have well-developed mission statements that accurately describe the purpose of the business tend to be more successful and stay in business longer than those who don’t. According to Gino Wickman, EOS Founder, “Defining a company mission statement, or as we call it, a Core Focus™, isn’t always an easy process, but it’s an extremely valuable exercise that helps business owners fully clarify their purpose for the business and gives everyone a central purpose to focus on. A great mission statement also makes it easy for other organizations to gain insight into what you do.”

As reported by Wickman, company mission statements should actually include two key statements that define what you do and why you do it. “Each statement in an effective company mission statement should be between 3-7 words, be written simply and come from the heart. A mission statement originates with the core leadership of the company and spreads to the entire organization. When you have the entire team involved in pursuing the mission of the organization, you’ll advance farther and faster and often surprise yourselves with what you can achieve.”

In addition to offering tips on developing company mission statements, EOS Worldwide also offers leadership development resources for business owners who want to get the most out of their organization. EOS books, helpful tools and an active EOS online community were all designed with the idea of helping business owners achieve their professional goals. Through a collaborative network of EOS Implementers, the company also provides intensive training on mastering EOS within one’s own company and provides full support for in-house EOS implementation.

Headquartered in Livonia, Michigan, EOS Worldwide has been delivering management solutions to businesses for over eleven years. Offering training, management resources and organizational assessments, EOS provides the tools business owners need to grow and manage their business in today’s dynamic business world. For more information, please visit http://eosworldwide.com.

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