The Founding Fathers of the US had something other than a pyramid in mind when it came to organizational structure. They understood that such a structure promotes and encourages a top-down, micro-managed, controlling and persecution culture – something from which they were trying to escape. As the antithesis of that mindset, they instead spoke of […]
March 21st, 2010 · Comments Off on Who’s Really In Charge of Your Business? · Uncategorized
July 14th, 2009 · Comments Off on Ray Kroc Had It Right: It’s All About the Systems & Processes · Uncategorized
Note: All companies need to be horizontally integrated with each department interdependent. It is not about trapping the customer within any department, it is about horizontal flow. And only by understanding how your current systems and processes actually work within your company can you ever improve upon them to make them more effective and efficient.
July 7th, 2009 · Comments Off on Built to Last or Built to Die? · Uncategorized
Some Poignant Words From the Late Peter Drucker “An organization that is not capable of perpetuating itself has failed. An organization, therefore has to provide today the men who can run it tomorrow. It has to renew its human capital. It should steadily upgrade its human resources. The next generation should take for granted that […]
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