Leadership and Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

published in: Leadership

09 Jul
2010

The great insight of Charles Darwin is that leadership, leader, evolution processspecies evolve in the process of random genetic mutation (untargeted changes) and natural selection. 

In business, it’s not that different - survive and thrive those that adapt rapidly.
 
In the book "Built to Last, Jim Collins and Jerry Poras, said: "Researching the history of vision-oriented companies, we were impressed by the fact that they have made their most successful moves not by precise strategic planning, but through experiments and mistakes by taking advantage of ...

 

Leadership and Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution


What Comes First in Leadership WHO or WHAT

published in: Leadership

21 May
2010

The leaders explained their action: "Look, I really do not know where I should get this bus to.  leadership, who or what, leadersBut one thing I know for sure: if we get the right people on board, if we put them on the right positions for them, and if we drop those considered improper for our journey, there's no way we cannot reach to a great place. "

What Comes First in Leadership WHO or WHAT


Innovations in Company Policy

published in: Leadership

05 May
2010

Unfortunately, innovations in corporate and social structures are very small.  Neither in government structures, nor in corporate structures can we find innovations equivalent in importance to those in the technology world.  Probable reason for this imbalance isinnovation, innovations, company policy

Innovations in Company Policy


Effectiveness, Efficiency and Efficacy

published in: Leadership

29 Apr
2010

Effectiveness is effectiveness, efficiency, efficacy, leaderdoing "the right" things, i.e. setting right targets to achieve an overall goal (the effect).  In his book “The Effective Manager” Peter Drucker claims that effectiveness is a very important discipline which “can be learned and must be learned.”

Effectiveness, Efficiency and Efficacy


Outsourcing - Why, When and How

published in: Leadership

18 Apr
2010
Outsourcing is subcontracting anoutsource, management activity to a third party.

The main advantage of outsourcing is that it allows the company to increase its productivity and efficiency by focusing on core activities.  As a rule, the less functions an employee performs, the more productive s/he is.

Outsourcing - Why, When and How


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