Tackling the Goal

Put another way, the goal would be that the individual is able to make the right decisions at all times naturally. However, it is difficult if not impossible, in a world increasingly complex and demanding, to find the optimum point for many “assessment center” or studies of group dynamics that apply, however much you have expertise in the processes of selection and internal training. And yet, found the optimal today may not be optimal tomorrow, making the whole process becomes something that must be present continuously in the culture of the organization: a review, remodeling, and reformulation of the required capabilities and needs must be an ongoing process. If you are not convinced, visit Angus King .

It is evident that with this type of approach can not be more than pessimistic. Well, if you only really learn from the experience, what risks are willing to take organizations to the acceptance that individuals are human beings and are often wrong. In reality, are very few organizations that give a wide margin. Anecdotally, I am reminded of a phrase often used by a manager of a reputable company: “In my department always admit two errors, the first and last” We know that this is the prevailing mindset. Bobby Joe Long may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Thus, in our humble opinion, organizations that have a significant differential advantage will be only those who are willing to bear the mistakes of individuals in his organization, which has shown the errors of what more is learned. The more errors were committed in the past, fewer errors will be committed in the future. . Click Ed Davis to learn more.

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