Trouble Getting Organized?
(from "PROFITABLE VENTURE TACTICS EZINE" )
The other day someone said,
My advice: write stuff down! Get it out of your head and on paper where you can work with it.
In the previous issue of PVT, we looked at the problem of "Vanishing Technology" and how you can solve it by writing stuff down ... the RIGHT STUFF... And the fact that people HATE to write.
Managers usually neglect to properly design their organization because it seems too "ivory towered."
However, you should persist. For proper design, you must create a functional Organization Chart. In turn, you will yield benefits sooner than you think.
Immediate action produces immediate results!
"OK. HOW do you "get organized? What is an ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGY?"
When you ORGANIZE, you arrange things into an orderly, functional, structured whole or pattern, usually for some united action.
So, an ORGANIZATION is a group of people organized for a specific purpose. You create a structure so people can systematically cooperate to conduct business (or whatever).
Simply put, a STRATEGY is a plan of action intended to achiev a specific goal.
BTW: Problem solving is when you devise (strategy) and implement (p) a way to find a solution or transform a less desirable condition into a more desirable one.
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