Holistic Coin of Management
  • HARD SKILLS
  • Planning
  • Communicating
  • Prioritizing
  • Networking
  • Problem solving
  • Decision taking
  • SOFT SKILLS
  • Learning attitude
  • Courage & confidence
  • Adaptability
  • Sincerity & commitment
  • Imagination


RELEVANCE TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT:
  • To acquire and apply know-how resourcefully– LOGIC & CREATIVE SKILLS
  • In a commercial context- MONEY SKILLS
  • Within a time frame- TIME SKILLS
  • In an organization setting- PEOPLE SKILLS
INSTINCTIVE– 5 SKILLS CAN BE FIGURATIVELY LINKED ...
  • WE -> smell money
  • WE -> feel people
  • WE -> hear time ticking
  • WE -> see with mind’s eyes
  • WE -> savor knowledge
IN OTHER WORDS WE NEED TO DEVELOP
  • A -> nose for money
  • A -> ear for time
  • A -> eye for creative
  • A -> skin for people
  • A -> taste for knowledge

LOGIC SKILLS
  • our LS helps us figure out the WHY & WHY and the HOW of the WHAT that we learn.
  • Reasoning brings clarity & objectivity in our thought process.
  • In decision making quality of the information is more critical than its quantity.
  • A management graduate requires deductive logic & skills more, while generating solutions need inductive logic & skills.
  • You must be able to both dismantle knowledge using deductive logic and assemble them using inductive logic.
CREATIVE SKILLS
  • We are not only capable of ‘thinking outside the box’ but also ‘within the box’ , ‘across the box’ & create boxes where none exist.
  • In creative thinking new is not really NEW, but what is ‘perceived’ as NEW.
  • IT IS A DEVELOPED ABILITY.
TIME SKILLS
  • We can’t plan time but only plan for time.
  • We have a sense of timing rather than an intellect for timing
  • Good time-keeping skills requires developing a sense for TIMING THINGS as well as to TIME THINGS
MONEY SKILLS
  • Evolving a sense of money means developing abilities to know which opportunities are WORTH & how to manage things.
  • Most of us relate to & deal with money instinctively rather than rationally.
  • There is no free lunch.
PEOPLE SKILLS
  • Introspection is important for developing good people skills as interaction is.
  • Networking is about operating in the KNOW WHO world rather than the KNOW HOW world.
  • If meaning not understood properly & in the right context then communication no matter how impressive , fails.
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