Traditional management assumes that business organizations, like machines, are essentially closed systems. This may explain why the typical organization chart looks like a mechanical schematic and why conventional management is enamored with sophisticated control systems.
In today's workplace I believe the traditional paradigm has to be expanded to 5 key areas: people, processes, policies, places, and tools/technology. Think of it as the who, what, where, and how work ...
I spent five years as a Navy SEAL supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom and the war on terror. During “capture or kill” missions in Iraq and clandestine operations in Northern Africa, I gained a unique perspective on teamwork, leadership, and what it takes to succeed in a competitive and challenging environment. What I didn’t realize at the time was that my experiences in combat had given me a highly valuable and applicable set of tools that translated well to entrepreneurship and leadership in business.
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