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A Quote by Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken on luis, danie, maldonado, fonken, elements, management, sustainability, collaboration, and awareness

Companies that are unhealthy within their own human collaboration processes are unable to develop themselves in a sustainable way.

Quality collaboration processes are necessary to cocreate sustainability in the company or organization.

The real sustainability is not about developing strategies to bring and keep customers permanently to the company services. The consequence of a sustainable collaboration process is a sustainable quality of living, which means the necessary resources and processes for our goals and projects will be there, generated naturally by our business and collaboration process. The strategy used to achieve this level and state of performance need to be integral.

Sustainable quality of living, awareness and care for individual self-development, are main goals of modern companies that espect to achieve a mayor goal: to become sustainable, collaborate with the cocreation of a permanent state of sustainable quality of living (within and around the company) and inherit its success up to the 9th following generation.

LDMF.2009.12.10.gr.da.ebe

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Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken

Source: Elements Management

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A Quote by Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken on luis, danie, maldonado, fonken, elements, management, sustainability, collaboration, and awareness

Companies that are unhealthy within their own human collaboration processes are unable to develop themselves in a sustainable way.

Quality collaboration processes are necessary to cocreate sustainability in the company or organization.

The real sustainability is not about developing strategies to bring and keep customers permanently to the company services. The consequence of a sustainable collaboration process is a sustainable quality of living, which means the necessary resources and processes for our goals and projects will be there, generated naturally by our business and collaboration process. The strategy used to achieve this level and state of performance need to be integral.

Sustainable quality of living, awareness and care for individual self-development, are main goals of modern companies that espect to achieve a mayor goal: to become sustainable, collaborate with the cocreation of a permanent state of sustainable quality of living (within and around the company) and inherit its success up to the 9th following generation.

Elements Management helps companies become aware of their human side, the real situation and conditions human experience at the business collaboration environment, organization and culture. Elements management helps team and management become aware of their performance accord to EM900.

Elements management supports the development of a sustainable collective collaboration process with awareness.

LDMF.2009.12.10.gr.da.ebe

www.elements-management.com

Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken

Source: www.elements-management.com

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A Quote by Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken on luis, danie, maldonado, fonken, elements, management, sustainability, collaboration, and awareness

Companies that are unhealthy within their own human collaboration processes are unable to develop themselves in a sustainable way.

Quality collaboration processes are necessary to cocreate sustainability in the company or organization.

The real sustainability is not about developing strategies to bring and keep customers permanently to the company services. The consequence of a sustainable collaboration process is a sustainable quality of living, which means the necessary resources and processes for our goals and projects will be there, generated naturally by our business and collaboration process. The strategy used to achieve this level and state of performance need to be integral.

Sustainable quality of living, awareness and care for individual self-development, are main goals of modern companies that espect to achieve a mayor goal: to become sustainable, collaborate with the cocreation of a permanent state of sustainable quality of living (within and around the company) and inherit its success up to the 9th following generation.

Elements Management helps companies become aware of their human side, the real situation and conditions human experience at the business collaboration environment, organization and culture. Elements management helps team and management become aware of their performance accord to EM900.

Elements management supports the development of a sustainable collective collaboration process with awareness.

LDMF.2009.12.10.gr.da.ebe

www.elements-management.com

Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken

Source: Elements Management

Contributed by: luisdanielmaldonadofonken

A Quote by Douglas McGregor on employee, ingenuity, innovation, control, and management

The ingenuity of the average worker is sufficient to outwit any system of controls devised by management.

Douglas McGregor

Contributed by: Mary_C

A Quote by Dee W. Hock on management

It is not making better people of others that management is about. It’s about making a better person of self. Income, power, and titles have nothing to do with that.

Dee W. Hock

Source: Birth of the Chaordic Age

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Dov Frohman on leadership and management

I think any genuine leader today has to learn leadership the hard way—by doing it. That means embracing turbulence and crisis, not avoiding it. It means “flying through the thunderstorm.” That’s not to say that there are no basic principles to orient you to the challenge. Indeed, I describe some in the book. But there are no simple recipes. Until you have lived it, you don’t really know how to do it. That’s what I mean by “leadership the hard way.”

Dov Frohman

Source: Why Leadership Is Like Flying Through a Thunderstorm: An Interview with Dov Frohman : http://www.leadershipthehardway.com/QandAwithDov.html

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A Quote by Dov Frohman on leadership and management

Much like a pilot flying through a thunderstorm, in today’s economy leaders confront a situation of non-stop turbulence. Technology is constantly changing and innovation is continuous. Globalization is throwing up new competitors who seem to come out of nowhere. And, God knows, since 9/11, business people everywhere are far more aware of the impact of geopolitical turbulence in the form of terrorism, war, or big issues like climate change.

It is precisely these forces of increased turbulence that have fueled the growing preoccupation with leadership. In such an environment, leadership isn’t a luxury. It’s a matter of survival! Yet the very forces that make leadership more critical also make teaching it virtually impossible. What it takes to lead an organization through that turbulence isn’t simple or straightforward. There is just too much uncertainty. And it takes personal courage. You don’t really know what you will do at the moment of truth. No matter how much training you have (or how many leadership books you have read), nothing quite prepares you for that moment when you enter the eye of the storm!

Dov Frohman

Source: Why Leadership Is Like Flying Through a Thunderstorm: An Interview with Dov Frohman : http://www.leadershipthehardway.com/QandAwithDov.html

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Dov Frohman on leadership, management, daydreaming, and thinking

Nearly every major decision of my business career was, to some degree, the result of daydreaming. ... To be sure, in every case I had to collect a lot of data, do detailed analysis, and make a data-based argument to convince superiors, colleagues and business partners. But that all came later. In the beginning, there was the daydream. By daydreaming, I mean loose, unstructured thinking with no particular goal in mind. ... In fact, I think daydreaming is a distinctive mode of cognition especially well suited to the complex, 'fuzzy' problems that characterize a more turbulent business environment. ... Daydreaming is an effective way of coping with complexity. When a problem has a high degree of complexity, the level of detail can be overwhelming. The more one focuses on the details, the more one risks being lost in them. ... Every child knows how to daydream. But many, perhaps most, lose the capacity as they grow up.

Dov Frohman

Source: Leadership the Hard Way: Why Leadership Can't Be Taught - And How You Can Learn It Anyway (J-B Warren Bennis Series)

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Ken Hendricks on leadership and management

Wrong location? Move it. Wrong people? Replace 'em. Wrong industry? I don't believe it. I've got a company in the machine tools industry, and we're doing great. I'd happily go into the coal business. It's how you look at something and how it's managed that make the difference.

Ken Hendricks

Source: Inc: Create Jobs, Eliminate Waste, Preserve Value: http://www.inc.com/magazine/20061201/entrepreneur-hendricks.html

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A Quote by Rodd Wagner on rodd wagner, james k harter, gallup, management, corporation, and leadership

Human nature always defeats a big idea about how to change human nature... In the battle between company policy and human nature, human nature always wins.

Rodd Wagner

Source: 12: The Elements of Great Managing

Contributed by: Mary_C

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