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- Content validity ratio; Delphi method; Medical school; Mission; Vision
- The mission of an organization defines the fundamental reason for the organization’s existence and serves as a compass that leads and guides the organization. This study aimed to develop a system regarding mission and vision in accordance with the value system of organizations. The Delphi questionnaires were formulated in such a way to reflect an open survey for the first survey and then a structured survey in the second survey. The validity of the Delphi survey results was analyzed using the content validity ratio (CVR). Missions include the reason for the existence of an organization and its management purpose. A vision is a blueprint that outlines the future roles and goals of an organization beyond its current position. Then, a strategy is seen as a method to achieve the mission and vision. Values are consistent principles and tenet. This study found through the web sites of all 40 medical schools that 9 schools (22.5%) had both missions and visions, 10 schools (25.0%) had only one of them, and 21 schools (52.5%) had none of them. this study recommends the inclusion of various stakeholder, the selection of a mission system, modification or improvements after re-analyzing the relationship, the use of the Delphi method, proofreading of the draft by Korean language experts, the suitability and notify about the mission development to medical school members.
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