This is an excerpt from, "The Future of Scientific Management, Today" that discusses some management theories and practices. To read the entire piece, just click the link at the end of article:
In addition to being aware and adaptable and resilient before the driving forces reshaping the current present and the as-of-now future, THERE ARE SOME EXTRA MANAGEMENT SUGGESTIONS THAT I CONCURRENTLY PRACTICE:
1. Given the vast amount of insidious risks, futures, challenges, processes, contents, benefits and opportunities, there needs to be a most full-bodied practical and applicable methodology (methodologies are utilized and implemented to solve complex problems and to facilitate the decision-making process).
To this end, it is wisely argued, “...You can’t understand the knot without understanding the strands, but in the future, the strands need not remain tied up in the same way as they are today...”
3. In all the Manager does, he / she must observe and apply, at all times, a sine qua non maxim, “...everything is related to everything else...”
5. Always use the systems methodology with the applied omniscience perspective. In this case, David, I mean to assert: The term “Science” equates to about a 90% of “...Exact Sciences...” and to about 10% of “...Social Sciences...” All science must be instituted with the engineering view.
6. Always institute beyond-insurance risk management as you boldly integrate it with your futuring skill / expertise.
8. I also believe that we must pragmatically apply the scientific method in all we manage to the best of our capacities. If we are “...MANAGERS...” in a Knowledge Economy and Knowledge Era (not a knowledge-driven eon because of superficial and hollow caprices of the follies and simpletons), we must do therefore extensive and intensive learning and un-learning for Life if we want to succeed and be sustainable.
Consequently, Alvin Toffler indicates, “...In the world of the future, THE NEW ILLITERATE WILL BE THE PERSON WHO HAS NOT LEARNED TO LEARN...” We don't need to be scientists to learn some basic principles of advanced science.
Accordingly, Dr. Carl Sagan, PhD. expressed, “...We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows about science and technology ...” And Edward Teller stated, “...The science of today is the technology of tomorrow ...”
10. In any profession, beginning with management, one must always and cleverly upgrade his / her learning and education until the last exhale. An African proverb argues, “...Tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it...” And Winston Churchill established, “...The empires of the future are the empires of the mind...” And an ancient Chinese Proverb: “...It is not our feet that move us along — it is our minds...”
And Malcolm X observed, “...The future belongs to those who prepare for it today...” And Leonard I. Sweet considered, “...The future is not something we enter. The future is something we create...”
And finally, James Thomson argued, “...Great trials seem to be a necessary preparation for great duties ...”
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