Entrepreneurs
  sound health
  strength, energy
  arithmetics
  decision-taking. Logic. intuition.
  common sence
  sence of humour, self-criticism
  ability to carry a risk
  ability to get on with people
  mental outlook and erudition
  sharpness, promptness, coordination.
   
Balance
  customers - staff
  resources-result
  family-activity
  assets - liabilities
   
Customers
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  needs - companies
  introduction into psychology
  advertising
  relations with customers
   
Employees
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  professionalism
  efficiency
  productivity
  speed
  mindfulness
  mutual dependence, friendship
  payment for labor
   
Modeling
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  system, feedback
  the "as we have" and "as we want" models
  transformation, transfiguration
   
  the World we live in
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  electromagnetic fields
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  classical elements and materials
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  society
   
Business
  economy
  markets
  technological structures
  innovations in microbusiness
  people in business
  organizational models
  microbusiness, smallbusiness, microteam
  development stages
  manufacture
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Management
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  staff relationship
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  world-view, ideology
  dictatorship
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  monarchy
   
  leadermania, fake-hierarchy
  role management
sound hierarchy
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  strategy
  tactics
  planning, tasks
  function
  action, result
   

 

   The "Resources-Result" Balance
 

 

Shift in favour of Resources.

Condition:

Much Resources (Finance, Knowledge, Equipment, Staff).

Lack in results. The company is not developing during a long period of time.

For instance:

"Eternal student", 4 diplomas, life is coming to the end, but the knowledge is not applied.

"Clever", but poor. ("Proud", but poor)

An unprofitable bank. Possesses Resources, but can't apply.

Large staff with high technology during some years produce totally osolete productcs.

Causes: inefficient management, nerdism, unproper planning and goal setting.

Ways out:

1) Diversification - increase in Service and Product items;

2) Participating in large projects, conferences;

3) Alternation of entrepreneurial structure - splitting into more efficient separate parts;

4) New goals;

5) Replacement of general and executive directors by more aggressive and active ones.

...

 

Shift in favour of Results.

(Can be justified during short periods, crisis, quick growth of the company, participation in innovative micro-projects.)

Condition:

Lack of Resources (Finance, Knowledge, Equipment, Staff). Groth is accompanied with fall, compared with collapse. The working procedure turns into rush.

Lots of Results, but Income is not worth the trouble.

Examples from real life:

The "At any cost" slogans

Pavel Korchagin from the novel "How the Steel Was Tempered". He became blind and deaf when was young and was not able to create a family sa he set delusive ideas as the highest priority.

People get torn ligaments or even die being uprepared for extreme loads.

Causes: Unreal goals. Overestimation of own abilities and strength. Misunderstanding of a simple idea that a human has limits.

Ways out:

1) Reconsider goals;

2) Balance between Customers and Staff (Staff and Projects);

3) Starting a project one should already have necessary Resources;

4) Morning meditation and gymnastics;

5) Replacement of general and executive directors by more balanced and calmer ones

6) Consult with an advisor, discuss with experienced managers, wisemen.

...

 

 

The "Resources-Result" Balance

Is ideally appliable for Evolutionary projects. Balanced groth without collapse and fall. Stable salary for Staff.

The Japaneese model. Constant sequent improvements.

 

Friemaxx. Digital microbusiness hatchery. Modeling, prompt decision-taking and project management.