“Without a vision, the people perish.” (Proverbs)
Sometimes people think defining a school’s vision and mission are relatively unimportant, and can be done quickly. Wrong!
Developing the school’s vision and mission are two of the most important steps toward creating a successful program. Done well, they give clarity and direction for a school. A muddy vision or mission can help lead to continuing conflicts, and a school that has difficulty identifying priorities.
In this section, we examine:
If your school is extremely successful over the next three – five years, how will people describe your school? Think about the answer as you begin to develop the vision.
Warsaw School of Business and Finance strives to be among the best regional busi
ness schools in the nation by empowering students from diverse backgrounds to reach their full potential.
Warsaw School of Business and Finance provides students from diverse academic and socioeconomic backgrounds with education that helps them become business professionals and leaders who are ethical, entrepreneurial, productive, and prepared to succeed in the global economy. The College achieves excellence through quality teaching, research, service, and engagement with the business