WEAKNESSES AND STRENGTHS OF MANAGEMENT
Management is the art of setting the right objectives and making sure that they are achieved. Why then is 'management' so difficult some times?
Some experts believe not everyone can become a good manager, because 'managers' are born and not made. They believe 'management' cannot be taught by universities or learnt by students. Typically the majority of a company's decision makers are highly respected experts in their technical fields, such as law, economics, science and engineering, but have a much less profound qualification in management - obtained through the trial and tribulation of real life challenges rather than through formal training.
Let us ask you this:
Do you take your professionalism in management as seriously as you do the professionalism in your technical field? When you use management language with words like 'strategy', 'project' or 'program', do you and your colleagues see the same clear picture, as you would with words like 'sulfuric acid', 'voltage' or 'appendicitis'. Isn't language in management often used to cover things up rather than to produce clarity?
As a professional you invest considerable energy and time in technical education. If you invested only a fraction of those efforts in the management side of your skills, don't you think you'd achieve superior results?
We will prove to you:
The leaders in your business will achieve guaranteed better results, neither through luck nor through their latent talent, but through a systematic management approach that we will help implement in your firm.