The “M” Factor
Friday, September 28, 2018
(Where “M” = Man)
Money, materials, machine, methods, and . . . MAN!
The difference between a well-managed organization and one that just bumps along is multidimensional leadership. However, a lot of executives and well-meaning managers focus so much of their time and effort on the first four, more often taking for granted the last (do we really mean “but not the least?”).
It was never intended to be so, but when things go wrong: MAN!
There is no guarantee either, that focusing on man would ensure success. Such a large and complex organism – so seemingly easy yet so difficult to manage.
So, how does one become effective?
More than anything else, success is a result of being prepared! And this is the mission of The Leaders' Ladder, to help companies prepare their people to succeed. Having gone through the motions – study, research, and actual practice – The Leaders' Ladder offers “theory and experience” to develop the most significant factor of an organization.
Effectiveness can be learned . . . It must be learned!
The customer may make his decision as a consumer on the basis of market supply and demand, or other considerations as quality and satisfaction. In either case the decision-maker is outside rather than inside the business. This is true measure of success!