Timing is everything. You must know both how
and when to make a move. Be both
and Yang: adapt and create. Adapt (Yin) to existing customer needs,
business environment, and external trends timely. Or, better yet, do it
before you have to. The Yang part is knowing when to
disrupt the market,
innovate proactively, create breakthroughs
and new trends
push people forward beyond what they currently aware of,
create new customer needs and
"In the end, all management can be reduced
to three words: people, product, and profits.
come first," said Lee Iacocca Your corporate vision is worthless,
strategies powerless and shared values are corrupt without the right
people to execute.
Balanced Organization: 5 Basic Elements
Manage processes, not people. Focus not on
what they do, but on how they do it. Establish a
enterprise-wide and an end-to-end (cross-departmental, and often,
cross-company) coordination of work activities that create and deliver
value to customers.