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Part III is asking if a Leader of large organisation does not make a real impact on organisation, who manages it?

Part III is asking if a Leader of large organisation does not make a real impact on organisation, who manages it?

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    • Part IIPart III 11 11
    • In the modern culture of theWest, the pyramid became anarchetype, a symbol of thesubconscious, which we do notsee, comprehend nor question.Why, right now, nearly every day,we talk about psychologistAbraham Maslow’s pyramid ofneeds, the demographicpyramid, information pyramid,pyramid of healthy nutrition,image pyramid, financialpyramid and a thousand others.2 2
    • A spherical planet took on the form of a pyramid in the kingdom of distorted mirrors. Seemingly the “modern” business organization of these days has retained a structure which has not changed over nearly five thousand years! At the very top of the company-pyramid, there is a general director (God), conducting a group of company directors which could consist, according to need, from three (production, finance and sales) to five (plus marketing and HR) or more chiefs. And each director “builds” one or several smaller pyramids. The one who manages to build the largest pyramid gains the greater authority.3 3
    • Two “indisputable truths” predominate in the Western culture of management: 1. The human – this is a unit of the managerial pyramid, in other words, its brick. 2. The pyramid – this is the symbol of power, eternity and the structure that is best for managing.4 4
    • The dollar pyramid is the most widespread, well- recognized by all nations and all religions equally.5 5
    • Now the time has come to verify if the rules for administrating modern organization “agree” with the laws of physics.6 6
    • “Modern” organization: The CEO (“God”) and down...7 7
    • The leader of today, that is climbing to the top of the hierarchical pyramid, wants to believe that absolutely everything – orders, delegations,directives and initiatives – will roll “downhill” in a straight path, gain momentum and turn intoan avalanche of changes.8 8
    • Occasionally, after much searching, remnants of leader initiatives – the celestial bodies – can be discovered stacked within organizational glaciers. .9 9
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    • Everything on earth falls downward excepting responsibility.Changes only “fall downward” in an organization when the law of gravity is switched on, in other words “operates”, at the organization.12 12
    • What impact can an astronaut make on Earth? • The great paradox becomes revealed right here: the ATTRACTING body is the primary FORCE. As the mass of a body grows, its strength increases. By the same, the larger the organization is, the weaker its leader becomes from its perspective! • The sharp science of physics continues to explain why changes in a large organization slow down. The larger the mass of the body, the stronger is its gravitational field. And what is most interesting is that gravitation slows time. Scientists refer to this phenomenon as “gravitational time dilation.” • To rephrase, the larger the organization is, the stronger is its gravitational field. It is able to attract employees from smaller companies. It can buy- out the best experts. Using the “head hunter” method, it is able to attract the most energetic leaders who have the most initiative. Unfortunately, the stronger the gravitational field happens to be, the slower time moves. Therefore changes in large organizations happen incredibly slowly – very, very slowly.13 13
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    • One day a leader sends an assistant (like God sends his only son, Jesus) over to the shop floor to handle necessary changes. Changes are unavoidable, because competition is growing, the market is waiting for innovations and greater effectiveness is needed. Do you remember how matters ended for God’s son? How about for Boss assistant or consultant?15 15
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    • So then, if a leader does not make an impact on an organization, who manages it? The Centurion Guards manages it!. They protect and suckle the soul of the organization to save it from basic change. It does not suffer fundamental adjustment to its navigational system. Their task is to grind any bright new ideas into tiny, tiny pieces.17 17
    • Who are Centurion Guards? The Centurion Guard – it consists of the stagnating r ules for managing Yo u r organization. To put it another way, these are the f u n d a m e n t a l commandments Moses proclaimed from Mount Sinai thousands of years ago which were supposed to manage the community: - Every group of ten will have its own chief. - All residents must uphold ten commandments.18 18
    • “The greatestenemy will hidein the last placeyou would ever look” J.Caesar 75 B.C 19 19
    • Who is the “Gray Cardinal” in Your organization?Unfortunately the main reasonwhy so many initiatives fail isbecause they conflict with howthe chief and the rest of theorganization understand reality.All management rules aredevised for managing thepyramid. The client in a pyramidis the supervisor standing onestep higher up! The CenturionGuard protects the honor anddignity of every supervisor.Every supervisor becomes agray cardinal with your bossapproval! 20
    • Take a practical test. Fill out the tableTake a practical test. Fill out the table below aboutthe you measur below about how you measure how he effectiveness of the departments and, by the . effectiveness of the departments same, of themanagers. Department Measurement parameter 1. Production 2. Sales 3. Finance 4. Personnel 21 21
    • There is a conclusion: most organizations differently measure their different departments! 22
    • What does quantum physics say about different measurements? It claims that, if You want to teleport some unit (let’s say your lover to work over a lunch break and back), Your measurements would be identical at both ends. Otherwise, during the time of teleportation, the best you will get is the well-known “Man/fly (or Brundlefly)” 23 23
    • Question:How many Manflies generate Your organization daily???? 24 24
    • “If you think it is specifically so, then know that it is specifically not so” (Talmud).If you think that you will get excellent results by measuring the work effectiveness of each department and, then know that it will not be so. 25 25
    • www.god-­‐physics-­‐management.comTo  be  con(nued! 44 26
    • You can order aworkshop, or lecture, or just a dream at: darius@versloknyguklunas.lt +37069841027 Darius  Radkevičius   Author of “God, Quantum physics, Organizational structure and Management style” http://www.amazon.co.uk/Quantum-Physics- Organizational-Structure-Management/dp/9955689234/ ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1266446827&sr=1-1 27