Vision and Mission
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Goldcorp's rapid growth in a very short period of time has resulted in significant challenges, which have been evident primarily in the operating group. These challenges have included instituting appropriate controls to bring consistency to all aspects of operations including, without limitation, budgeting and mine planning, safety and environmental performance, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) standards and practices, compensation, training and recruiting, reserve and resource calculation, vendor relationships, systems and financial reporting.
We have devoted significant resources to developing and communicating a "Goldcorp culture" in an effort to bring consistency to the priorities, expectations, key performance indicators and operating, planning and reporting methodologies at the mines and projects. At the same time, we have taken care to avoid instituting a "command and control" environment that stifles the entrepreneurial spirit and other benefits of a decentralized operating structure.
Goldcorp is dedicated to responsible gold mining practices balanced to promote long-term shareholder value and the health and well-being of employees and host communities. Our goal is to be a low-cost gold producer with geographic diversification and low political risk operating in a responsible manner with our near neighbours, local communities and the environment.
Our Sustainability Vision is to foster the integration of sustainable development principles into our business operating philosophy. We are committed to implementing consistent policies and practices across our diverse group of properties, while recognizing the vastly different environmental, physical and cultural differences that shape each operation. Our sustainability goal is to achieve a balance of economic prosperity, environmental stewardship and social responsibility that extends beyond the economic lives of our mining operations. Goldcorp is committed to responsible mining and sustainable prosperity for all of our stakeholders.