The factory model of management has resulted in the sunrise to the sunset pattern. Capitalism has reinforced this model over the last 100 years. The dotcom revolution has facilitated working remotely but preserved the status quo.
Engaging people and developing the organization are the fundamental tasks of all HR and OD managers. The HR man deals with the manpower and the OD one tackles the development of the organization. Are their roles people oriented and very strategic? Certainly no. The fact of matter is that both HR and OD managers’ […]
To the heads of business schools whose institutions offer and teach management and leadership MBA programs and different training programs. Please read and understand the following statement below because the lack of leadership in your educational institutions has adversely affected people in businesses around the world. The idea of managing and controlling things is logistically […]
A culture is not the sum of polices and procedures that the business sets and follows. It is not an HR policy that stipulates the organisational norms. A culture is not also the guiding document that determines how the business operates and behaves corporately. A culture is not aspirational slogans and goals. A culture is […]
A high staff turnover ratio disqualifies you and your business from using “great” to describe your leadership and even to keep using leadership. Great leadership does not operate in uncharted grey areas.
The cracks of the broken model of leadership first appear in most companies in the way they recruit people. It is impossible to choose like-minded and like-hearted people in one, two or three interviews where the skills’ metrics is the judge.
There should not be any discussion about the pros and cons. It shows no respect for people’s privacy and independency