ACT has long focused on its mission of helping people achieve education and workplace success. How the organization accomplishes that task in the future is the driving force behind the ACT Board of Directors recent adoption of a new tagline to use with the ACT logo, as well as a new vision statement, values, and strategic directions.
To be the leading source for information and innovative solutions that advance individuals throughout their lifetimes.
Our new vision emphasizes helping people advance throughout their lives rather than at just a few discrete points in their education and careers, said ACT CEO Jon Whitmore. Going forward, ACT will be providing information and innovative solutions that help people determine their next steps, whether thats pursuing education and workplace training programs, preparing for new jobs, changing careers, or developing new skills.
We will be spending a great deal of time and energy during the coming months developing concrete goals and implementation plans to move toward this new vision, using the strategic directions to help ACT become an even stronger organization.
Theres a reason put people first is at the top of the list of ACTs four new strategic directions for the future.
ACTs vision going forward is to become much more customer-centric, in ways we never have before. We are changing how we interact and communicate with our customers, so we can listen to them, better understand them, and provide them with the tools they need to be successful, said ACT CEO Jon Whitmore.
ACT develops mobile applications for iPhone and iPod touch users.
Sheila and Dane Boyington continue to provide oversight as part of ACT.
Various entities come together to reinvent the state's workforce system.
National Career Readiness Certificate proves to be a good move for CG Power Systems.
The time has come to break new ground in the workforce mismatch.
Teachers and students embrace new levels of rigor at Spencer County High School.
Superintendent leads charge to improve student achievement growth.
The Next Generation GMAT is scheduled for June 2012.
Economy issues impact student retention rates across the country.
SFI CareerCenter helps a large percentage of applicants improve their skills.
New system fulfills needs of U.S. community colleges and foreign students.
Assessments and training professionals learn about U.S. testing practices.