Sare, M. V., & Ogilvie, L. (2010). Strategic planning for nurses: Change management in health care. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett.Review Chapter 4, “Just What Is Strategic Planning?” (pp. 57–82)Chapter 7, “The Three Key Elements of the Strategic Planning Process: A Vision That Guides Nursing’s Future Action” (pp. 117–143) Chapter 7 addresses elements of the strategic planning process, which includes mission and vision.Cady, S. H., Wheeler, J. V., DeWolf, J., & Brodke, M. (2011). Mission, vision, and values: What do they say? Organization Development Journal, 29(1), 63–78.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This article addresses research on mission, vision, and values from 300 different organizations.Desmidt, S., Prinzie, A., & Decramer, A. (2011). Looking for the value of mission statements: A meta-analysis of 20 years of research. Management Decision, 49(3), 468–483.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This article looks at the relationship of organizational mission and financial performance. It includes a discussion of what a mission statement is and the purpose(s) it serves.Hirota, S., Kubo, K., Miyajima, H., Hong, P., & Won Park, Y. (2010). Corporate mission, corporate policies and business outcomes: Evidence from Japan. Management Decision, 48(7), 1134–1153.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. The authors examine the implications of the mission statement for organizational practices and performance.King, D. L., Case, C. J., & Premo, K. M. (2012). An international mission statement comparison: United States, France, Germany, Japan, and China. Academy of Strategic Management Journal, 11(2), 93–119.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This article examines the content of mission statements, stakeholder involvement, and the development of goals and objectives.