Posts Tagged ‘management’


September 20, 2010 Leave a comment
Business, more than any other occupation, is a continual dealing with the future; it is a continual calculation, an instinctive exercise in foresight.
Henry R. Luce – Forbes

The above quote has perhaps never been so valuable till today. As the business world faces the most challenging uphill journey to recovery after being crushed by the worst economic downturn of modern time, in hindsight everyone realises better than ever how important it actually is to adapt in a rapidly changing business environment.
Change is broad and a recurrent phenomena within the corporate realm. We experience market change, technological change, legislative change and so on. These changes are altering the way we do business. Most importantly this shift affects all stakeholders of the business. Adaptation is vital which is why businesses are required to consistently improvise their paradigm in order to continue securing the interest of the stakeholders.
Only through better management techniques can the survival of business in the long term be guaranteed. It is those management techniques and the triggering environmental change that I would like to focus and share within this blog. I will not bind this site to any particular industry as I feel the more we read and analyse the better our understanding becomes which in turn helps us to craft the perfect managerial solution.
Please do leave your comments and express your views. Your contribution is highly appreciated.