You may remember in the story of Alice in Wonderland when she searches for a way out, she comes to a fork in the road. “Which road should I take?” she asked the Cheshire Cat. “Where are you going?” the cat responded. Alice said she didn’t know. The smiling cat replied, “If you don’t know where you are going, any road will lead you there.”
It is a common belief that what you learned in the first grade is the base of your success. This story about Alice in Wonderland is a good example. Alice wanted to get out of Wonderland, but she did not know what road to take. In life, many times some people are of the same way. This also applies to some companies and organizations.
Discuss & Post
Provide answers to the following:
- Write an inspiring vision statement for an organization where you work or have worked. If the company has one, you may use it or revise it. Explain why you think it has an inspirational appeal and the link to the corporation’s objectives and strategies.
- Review the Business Insider article, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says multibillion-dollar failures are actually a good thing (Links to an external site.) and evaluate the CEO’s perspective. Identify possible reasons for success or failure. Research and tie success or failure outcomes to the three phases of Kurt Lewin’s force-field model of change: unfreezing, changing, and refreezing.
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Your response should be a minimum of 300 words with two (2) external references. Be sure to comment or respond to at least two (2) of your classmates, offering quality scholarly replies. You can upload any documents to support your position if you wish.