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new ways.BHAGS (pronounced Òbee-hagsÓ) are Big Hairy Audacious Goals Ña term coined by authors Jerry Porras and James Collins in theirbook ÒBuilt to Last,Ó which examines the focus them toward change, the lesson andprocess captured by BHAGS can be fun and useful. By imagining andrefining real BHAGS, a team can let loose their creative, motivatingenergies. BHAGS by definition are inspiring, Òhit you in the gutÓgoals, and they can be helpful for any teamÕs project, however big orsmall.Category:Project planning and management; goal-setting; visioningLevel:Middle to higher level; excellent for student leaders or participantsembarking on a shared projectRecommendedBonner Sequence:This activity is an excellent complement to a more straightforwardtraining in setting goals, such as in the Setting Goals and Objectivesmodule. It is more Participants can leave with concrete BHAGS that describe their teams ! Exercises provide participants with a way to stretch suggested time 25-40 know the place for the first time.Ó-T.S. Eliot, Four QuartetsPart 2) Set out the challenge project: Òauthor James Collins and suggest what qualities it as away Common foeRole modelInternal transformation.Present the following examples to give participants ! Giro Sport Design: ÒBecome the Nike of the cycling industryÓ (1986)! Watkins-Johnson: ÒBecome as respected in 20 years as Hewlett-Packard is todayÓ(1996)! Some non-profit organization: ÒThat more residents participate in the Into theStreets National Service Day than watch Super Bowl Sunday.ÓInternal transformation BHAG:! Rockwell: ÒTransform this company from a defense Electric: ÒBecome number one or two in every market we serve andrevolutionize this company to have the strengths of a big company combined withthe leanness and agility of a for themodelÓAs facilitator, you may want to keep in mind the following:! imagine and brainstorm our ownBHAGS. I encourage people to think Òoutside the boxÓ and articulate inspirational,audacious, and motivating role-model, or internaltransformation). Groups can use whatever process they choose and will be suppliedwith flip chart paper and markers. After These BHAGS can Discuss how and when You could use the "Keep in mind that there is a big difference between being an organization with a visionstatement and becoming a truly visionary organization. When you have superb alignment, avisitor could drop into your organization from another planet