most often refers to visual perception
, but may refer to vision (spirituality)
(i.e., inspirational experiences or perceptions believed to come from a deity or other supernatural source) or hallucinations
In business, a vision refers to the superordinate objective or goal of an organization or enterprise. The development and communication of a vision statement is a key aspect of adopting a systematic approach to strategic management.
It may also refer to:
Comics & Art
- Vision (IRC), an IRC client
- VisiOn, an early GUI system for the IBM PC from VisiCorp
- Vision, a software program produced by Deltek designed for architect/engineer firms
- Visions Federal Credit Union, a bank
- Vision for Space Exploration, a space exploration program.
- AAA Vision, a home-built aircraft design by American Affordable Aircraft
- A.D. Vision, an American multimedia entertainment company
- Computer vision, a field of artificial intelligence
- MSMS Vision, a student newspaper
- NEP Visions, an independent outside broadcast facility company in the UK
- New Vision, one of two main national newspapers in Uganda.
- World Vision, an Christian relief and development organization
- York Vision, a student newspaper based at the University of York, England