Blue Chip: Los Cinco Principios Del Sistema Dual De John P. Kotter

Kotter nos ofrece los cinco principios que deben impregnar este sistema. Son estos: Mucha gente dirigiendo cambios importantes: evitando caer en la habitual tentacion de delegar en unos pocos todas las iniciativas estrategicas. Mentalidad de ‘conseguir’ y no de ‘necesitar’: promovida mediante la concesion real a las personas de la capacidad para dar un paso adelante y actuar. Accion dirigida por el corazon, no solo por el cerebro:apelando a los sentimientos de las personas y explotando el deseo intrinsecamente humano de contribuir a grandes causas. Mucho mas liderazgo, no solo mas gestion: desarrollando la vision, la pasion, la innovacion y la celebracion… aunque eso no signifique olvidarse de la necesidad de una buena gestion y administracion. Complicidad entre la jerarquia y la red en lugar de una jerarquia aumentada:consiguiendo un flujo continuo de informacion e interaccion Cinco principios atractivos aunque no muy sorprendentes.
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Wh Report Blames “corrosive Culture,” Bad Leadership At Va For Deadly Corruption « Hot Air

Many of the resource issues facing the VA are similar to what exists in the private sector. But the VA has not clearly articulated its funding needs. Thats a joke, right? In six budgets signed by Barack Obama, funding for the VA rose 78%, as I wrote a month ago : In comparison to that final Bush budget dont forget that Obama signed the FY2009 budget in March 2009 with the omnibus spending bill after a Democrat-controlled Congress refused to deal with Bush VA spending has risen dramatically as well. The annual budget rose 78% in six budget cycles, with double-digit increases in four of the six years while Defense spending was flat.No other Cabinet agencyhad a larger budget increase by percentage during Obamas tenure. The closest was Agriculture (64%), followed by State (59%, which tends to discredit the canard about the Benghazi failure being caused by a lack of resources). Only HHS had a larger annual budget increase in terms of dollars spent, but it amounts to a 37% increase in spending from the FY2008 baseline.
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