Axia College University of Phoenix
January 8, 2009
A mission statement states within the first paragraph the whole reason why that organization exists. All mission statements should contain the same type of critical components that defines an organizations purpose. A mission statement should contain the projected goal of an organization. A mission statement should be easily understood and inspiring to others.
The first mission statement that will be evaluated comes from the Human services Benefits Company and their mission statement is as follows:
Human Services Benefits Company's philosophy is to provide unsurpassed customer services to all of our clients. We achieve our goals and those of our customers by specializing in insurance services and products specifically designed for human service organizations. We encourage active participation, which will enable us to serve our clients in the most efficient, responsive manner. We strongly promote and pursue a safe working environment by implementing cutting edge techniques and methodologies. We deliver clear and measurable results and aim to ensure competitive insurance pricing. Our goal is to provide our clients with a fully functional operational system, which will encompass all their insurance needs. With a dedicated and passionate staff, we possess a strong desire to become successful not just in our own eyes, but in the eyes of those we serve. Our staff is innovative in design and actively pursues new advancements in the insurance, risk management and training fields. We work not to fulfill our client's needs, but to exceed their expectations (http://www.4hsbc.com/about/mission.shtml).
The Human Service Benefits Company has included what they feel to value and what motivates their organization, which is they value the service they provide they want to go above and beyond the expectations from those who use their services. Their goal is to...