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The systemic and strategic approach
We live in a world of ecosystems. To make their complexity Less complicated to deal with, the systemic approach leads us to understand their different components and how they interact. The strategic approach directs all energies towards a common goal, and it separates vital few from the trivial many so as to enable the life-forces of the organization to do the right thing right.
The stimulating and synergizing approach
Inertia and routine are two dangerous traps. Unless properly stimulated, people will work to rules, shun responsibilities, and get their job done without really getting involved in it. We have to stimulate individuals, teams, and networks to collectively create. To optimize performances, we must synergize policies, powers, partners, projects, and people.
The systematic and swift approach
We have to combine collective creativity and efficiencies, strategic continuity amidst change, people and procedures. Management and innovation are about original combinations. On top of that, we have to avoid unnecessary delays, because customers and competition cannot wait. Take the time it takes, but don’t let time take you.