|Paper||Canyon Country Zephyr|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Tonya Auden Stiles, Moab, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Canyon Country Zephyr|
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An example might be your own Moab City Council—first it decides that the city council exists so that Moab will be a safe, healthy and successful community with a reasonable tax burden for its citizens. Once they have decided that, they might say well, what do we mean by healthy? Well healthy means clean water, clean air, and good garbage pick up. See how one fits inside the other? It’s like doing an outline in junior high. Start big--work smaller. Every decision is important somewhere in the organization. But what issues are important at 3. Focus on results. Because of the traditional board agenda, boards focus primarily on the activities of the staff and committees; that's what they hear at every meeting. PG identifies the difference between the results of an organization and the activities to get to those results. Carver takes it one step further and delineates what he terms Ends--what result, for whom, at what cost, and Means--the activities to get to those results. 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