Ready to Think Out-of-the Box?
Business leadership often means twisting the mind to look outside the box.
Cost Reduction. Banks introduce things like debt, credit cards, and interest rates. Banks have systemized the collection of monthly payments and mortgages. However, speaking philosophically about the monetary system is this natural. No. The current currency, banking and financial systems are man-made.
Organizational Change Management
Now, then what does this mean? The point to consider is that the natural state of man is not to translate time into money. However, in our economic society time is money. We pay workers on a time-based schedule. How fast can something get done? Read more…
Adaptive to Environmental Conditions
Many high-level managers look for teams where members have a common team based mental model. What mental models are typically defined as are broad or generalized world views that people have theorized on how organizational behavior operates within a business environment. The theories are generally accepted and many managers rely on these generalizations to guide their perceptions. One such perception in the business world is that cohesive teams are solid drivers and platforms for success within an organization; and what makes a cohesive team, the general perception is unity. Conflict is discouraged and in most cases, rightly so.
But let’s examine the cohesive element in a common team based model. Let’s explore this under the definition that cohesion in a team environment means the ability for the team members to mold themselves to the situation around themselves. These team adapters are like chameleons who adapt to their immediate environment. In a team environment these super adapters are seen as exceedingly co-cooperative and are supportive. Sounds perfect, doesn’t it? Read more…