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Principles of Management Education

9125672052?profile=RESIZE_400xManagement is not a function nor a blend of functions.  It is a practice best understood by means of experience that are set in context.

All levels of education divide subject matter into definite categories, according to the means of creation of that knowledge, not by the manner in which it is used.  This is true for Management Education as well.

Management Education being imparted in educational institutions, although essential, is missing a tremendous chance of creative learning for practicing

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8028338467?profile=originalLarge manufacturers are often reluctant to share knowledge with suppliers.  However, supplier networks are considered a great source of gaining competitive edge by Learning Organizations.

A Learning Organization is founded on innovation, free flow of ideas, and a consistent focus on transforming the ways of doing business in order to achieve the desired results.  For instance, Toyota out-performed its competitors in the 2000s era by incorporating the principles of Learning Organization in its cul

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Written by:

Mark Weinberger, Global Chairman and CEO, EY

 

Source:

World Economic Forum


As you read this article, you’re one of over 3 billion people connected to the internet right now. That’s nearly half of the people on Earth. Some of these people are shopping, catching up with friends, or, like you, reading the World Economic Forum’s Agenda. Others are managing global supply chains, responding to customer service requests, or building an app that’s going to change the world. As a CEO, I know that

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Quotes on Knowledge & Intangibles

 

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Enrique Suarez Presenting:

Quotes on Knowledge & Intangibles

Quotations on knowledge management, intellectual capital, intangible assets.

 

Source:

www.12manage.com

The single greatest challenge facing managers in the developed countries of the word is to raise the productivity of knowledge and service works

Peter F. Drucker 1909-2005, American management guru, in Harvard Business Review Nov-Dec 1991

Imagination is more important than knowledge

Albert Einstein 1879-1955; German-born American theoretical

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Enrique Suarez

http://www.wix.com/suarezenrique/delta

suarezenrique@post.harvard.edu

I have not yet dealt specifically with the not-for-profit organizations (NFPOs), an important institutional segment, whose objective is not the creation of economic wealth but the pursuit of activities that will positively affect society at-large. The immediate problem we face when attempting to develop a cohesive strategy for NFPOs is their enormous diversity.

The term not-for-profit seems to encompass a wide array

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1. Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace. I think I have made that effort and that, therefore, I will sleep for eternity.

Lessons: Understand that being alive is an opportunity to celebrate the divine within us and therefore the divine in others. The main duty of a human being is to recognize that for dignity and prosperity to be realized, peace should be felt first for it is within us in every breat

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A full-grown organization is customer-driven. Because it is customer driven, it is organized to discharge the processes that meet customer requirements. Processes that meet customer requirements are at the organization's core; the organization is organized around them. This is possible because:

  • Customer unique requirements are understood, including setting up the price that the customer can afford, quality assurance, and  timely delivery of products and services;
  • Processes have owners, and they ha
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New Member Welcome

8028223696?profile=originalI want to thank whomever is responsible for choosing me as a featured member for this month.

 

While new to this group, I am not new to the risk management community.  For a number of years I was an entrepreneur with several start ups.  I based my leap into entrepreneurship on 13 years on the business side of four major newspaper in Des Moines, IA, Chicago Tribune, Charlotte (NC) Observer, and Memphis (TN) Publishing Company.  Rising through the corporate ranks to the executive suite at a young ag

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Understanding Risk

There's a lot of nonsense about risk and complexity at the moment, notwithstanding the good work by a few people.

Let's remember that at the heart of things there are people, experts, stakeholders, employees and communities. Everybody shares a little bit of information about what has happened, what will happen, what we need to watch out for, and for any given situation, what we need is a multi-level open discussion with everybody involved. The conversation needs to be a structured, balanced, coll
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