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Collins, J., & Porras J. I. (1994).  Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies.
"When we began our research project, we speculated that our evidence would show the visionary companies to be great places to work (or at least better places to work than the comparison companies). However, we didn't find this to be the case—at least not for everyone." (p. 121)
Lama, D. (2001).  Ethics for the New Millennium. 260. Abstract
"And whereas a vision properly motivated—which recognizes others' desire for and equal right to happiness and to be free of suffering—can lead to wonders, when divorced from basic human feeling the potential for destruction cannot be overestimated." (p. 72)
Blanchard, K., & Bowles S. (1993).  Raving Fans: A Revolutionary Approach To Customer Service.
"A customer's vision has meaning only in the context of your own vision." (p. 52)
Pritchett, L. (1995).  Stop Paddling & Start Rocking the Boat: Business Lessons from the School of Hard Knocks.
"Visionaries have to come to work willing to be fired. That's the price you must pay. You've got to be willing to take chances, to speak up, to rattle cages, to challenge the basic premises, to suggest a better way of doing things." p. 222

See also: innovation

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  • Concept: vision
    • preferred: vision
    • definition: a vivid mental image; "he had a vision of his own death"
    • related: innovation
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      • gloss: a vivid mental image; "he had a vision of his own death"
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      • sense: vision
      • synset id: 105768252
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