How to Archive Your Vision and Review Past Versions
Here's how to archive your Vision and review archived versions so that you can compare and reflect your progress through time.→
I point our entire national community of employees to Ninety and say, this is what the vision is. This is where we're going. This is what we've committed to this year. This is where we are this quarter. This is how we're growing. And this is where we’ll be in the next three to 10 years.
Jennifer Zick, Authentic Brand
What kind of visibility have we gained into our organization using Ninety? I would reverse engineer that and ask, what does using Ninety illuminate? So many of the things you track are on a surface level. With Ninety, we see our organization from one layer deeper. We’re cutting through the noise to uncover what’s hidden. But if we want to make gains, we need to work from what's really going on, face it and address it as part of building a great company.
Michael Buffington, Curis Functional Health
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This workbook is for founders to establish their Vision — the expression of the organization’s definition of itself and its highest aims. We recommend completing this workbook away from the office. Take this time to identify the big picture, long-term plan, and dreams you have for your company. Then, use this resource to share your Vision with your senior leadership team and the entire company.