I was talking to a friend the other day, and the topic of mission statements came up. “What’s your mission statement?” he blurted out, expecting to catch me off guard and stumble over my own company’s mission. Well, I didn’t stumble, reciting it right back to him. He was impressed, and admitted that he didn’t know his own company’s mission statement.
I don’t expect our team to recite our company’s mission statement from memory. What I do expect, however, is that we live the spirit of our mission statement as we develop and implement automation solutions. Everything we want to be for our customers is captured in that one sentence.
When we put our mission statement together a few years ago, we purposely chose every word we used. We were not trying to redefine ourselves; rather, we were trying to capture – simply and clearly – who we are.
The Concept Systems mission statement:
Team with our customers to achieve manufacturing excellence by delivering the right automation solutions. Continue Reading →