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The black box model, a talent management model for grooming transformational leaders


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The mind is presented as the equipment that determines the level of consciousness, whether the person is stock with appearances or is able to perceive essentials; at which depth the black box is adequately described to outline system operation, as evidence of talent and leadership; both of which can be optimally developed in organisations that reward need with synergy, and ability with monetized ROI

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The black box model, a talent management model for grooming transformational leaders

  1. 1. +234-703-430-2486The Black Box Model:A Talent Management Model forGrooming Transformational LeadersByPeter AnyebeAGAPECONSULTANTS1StMay, 2013Viewmy profileWordPressGoogle MeKeywords: Consciousness, Mind, Learning, Behaviour, Sustenance, Black Box,Leadership, Sensation, Perception, Procedure, PurposeThe mind is presented as the equipment that determines the level of consciousness,whether the person is stock with appearances or is able to perceive essentials; atwhich depth the black box is adequately described to outline system operation, asevidence of talent and leadership; both of which can be optimally developed inorganisations that reward need with synergy, and ability with monetised ROI
  2. 2. +234-703-430-2486The Black Box Model:A Talent Management Model forGrooming Transformational LeadersByPeter AnyebeConsciousness is conceptualised in this work simply as the capacity to becomeaware of phenomena. This creates the following two, 2 levels of consciousness:AppearancesEssentialsThus, people may be aware of only the appearances of phenomena, which is rathershallow. At a greater depth, the essentials that give the phenomenon being areidentified. Because of the possibility of mid-cases, these limits become end pointsthat define consciousness as a continuum that lies between sensation andperception, respectively. While appearances are in the realm of sensation, f0essentials are only accessed by perception, f1. In practice however, the continuumworks differently. It defines a link between sensation, f0 and perception, f1 whichrequires that a phenomenon is analysed, F1 to reduce it into the components thatmake it up; and thereafter, synthesised, F2 to put humpty-dumpty back togetheragain. Given sensation, f0 which is transmitted from the five, 5 senses of the humanbody to the brain, it is the mind, F that hovers over the brain to pick up the sensationelectromagnetically, for analysis, F1 synthesis, F2 and then perception, f1. Forestablishment, this conception of consciousness and mind is reduced into theperception model of mind, PMM to link sensation, f0 and perception, f1 as follows:When this model is simulated, the factors F1 and F2 are defined as outlined below:View my profile Google Me WordPressf0 = 4(1 – 1/√z),z = ½(4 – 1/√f1)f1 = Perception Index, N = 5f0 = Sensation Index, N= 1
  3. 3. By the appearance therefore, every phenomenon is characterized, F2by an infinitenumber of components or phenomena, for Nu = ∞. But by the PMM, there are onlyfive, 5 essentials, for Nu = 5, by which a phenomenon is adequately described. Tosurf within the Nu = ∞ components to isolate the Nu = 5 essentials therefore requireseffort, which is applied in the learning process. Then effort would be a function ofcommitment and time, which measures the capacity to surf the Nu = ∞ items untilthe Nu = 5 items are fully identified. And learning would have occurred, accordingto the number of essentials that are identified, for Nu = 0 to 5. Optimally however, itwould be sufficient to identify four, 4 of the five, 5 essentials.In this case, the mind is defined to comprise the emotion, L the intellect, F and thewill, A. And learning begins with desire, in the emotion, where it is resident. But itA = LF2, (Will)L = 1/A2 F2: (Emotion)A2 = f1f0F = √(F1/F2): (Intellect)f1 = tT, (Perception)1. t = 1/ F2; t = Timing2. T = √fo; T = ToleranceF2 = 1/∑(Pm) x 67.00, (Synthesis)mPm + 1 = 2 (∑Pm ) + 1m=1F1 = 2√R – 1, (Analysis)P1 = F1R = 1/f: (Relativity Index)f = 1 - 1/ Fo : fo ≥ 0.50,f =1/Fo otherwiseFo = √ (Lo x Ao)Lo = 1/(1 - f0)Ao = 1/f0fo = Sensation: Measured on the F-Scale as the approximationof the natural order, N-O by the personal order, P-O
  4. 4. remains dormant, until the will becomes committed to the fulfilment of the desire.This makes available the energy that is utilised by the intellect, for the followingtwo, 2 processes:Plot the path or procedure for desire fulfilment, CWkOvercome the obstacles in the way of fulfilment, CNdThen, C’ = CWk + CNd. This model measures consciousness, C’ as a function of thecapacity to overcome the vagaries of the environment that make appearancesattractive and dominant over the essentials. The attractions measure the person’sneed, CNd. While the procedure that is derived measures the work, CWk that is done.The quality of work is evaluated as the approximation of the standard procedure,Fn. The typical standard procedure, Fncomprises six, 6 items. The sixth, 6thitemdefines the purpose, A to be achieved, when the desire is fulfilled, for A = LF2. Andthe remaining five, 5 items characterise, F2this purpose, uniquely, for F2= 1/Fn.The standard procedure is the analogue of the natural order, N-O. This means thatthe standard procedure is actually a reconstruction of processes that imitate the waythings are done in nature. It is founded on principles that underlie nature.For instance, physics has concluded that every phenomenon in nature is a wave,which would be adequately defined by two, 2 features including the size and thelocation. Analogously, social phenomena would be adequately defined by growthand development, respectively. Development defines the two, 2 extreme limits ofbeing, including the minima and the maxima; which are represented as thecomponents to be nurtured into the optimum nature, respectively. These limitsdefine the path that must be traversed, to fulfil the lifespan of the phenomenon. Thenat any time, t the phenomenon would be located somewhere on this continuum. Andeach of the locations would define its size, according to how much growth has beenrecorded. Growth is also defined by two, 2 factors, including the impulse andsustenance components, according to the rate that can be maintained, until theprocess is accomplished. Serially:The Standard Procedure Series3. Impulse, L2 Phenomenon, F2. Nature, A1 5. Development, A1. Nurture, A2 6. Growth, L4. Sustenance, L1
  5. 5. The procedure, which is the product of the learning process, is also stored in theemotion, L for L = 1/A2 F2.Behaviour has been commonly grouped into two, 2 types as follows:ReflexVoluntary MotivatedVoluntary Motivated behaviour is deliberate and has to be learned. But after theprocedure has been derived and stored in the emotion, it is recalled reflexively whenit is needed, without recourse to the intellect. However, whether learning is actedupon or not, depends on how closely the procedure approximates the standard. Thismeans that to turn what is known into what is done, the standard needs to beapproximated. There are other possible standards, according to the values that thegroup subscribes to. These would not be the right standards, although they may beacceptable. A standard that is acceptable, but falls short of the appropriate, affectssustainability, to reduce lifespan according to the extent of deviance. Then thegreater the deviance that is observed the larger the entropy, F that is contributed.The second law of thermodynamics defines the acceptable level of entropy to thephysical environment. By this law, nature tends from greater order to greaterdisorder. The normality principle defines the social equivalent of this law, to put theacceptable limit of entropy contribution at a unity, for F=1. This has been formalisedon the productivity model presented below:This is when the form of being has been perceived correctly, to derive the standardprocedure. In this case, the limits of development define the work that is to be done,and growth defines the energy that is utilised. These account for the four, 4 items onthe series. The inefficiency that is observed in these processes defines the waste thatis exhausted, through the fifth item.By the systems principle, phenomena are studied from three, 3 perspectives;including the input, the output, and the system itself. The system is referred to as ablack box when its components and the relationships between them are not defined.RES = RGT,Nu ≥ 4Ps ≤ 20%RES = Response to StimuliRGT = Appropriateness of ResponseNu = Number of Essentials IdentifiedPs = Position on the Pareto 80-20 Continuum
  6. 6. Then it is studied indirectly, from a comparison of its input and output, in the hopethat the system operation can be reconstructed. Given the wave model, as well as itsanalogue the phenomenology model, it has been possible to define the form ofbeing, from which the standard procedure series is derived. This series actuallydefines the black box, BB to describe the phenomenon, and at once outline theprocedure by which it is made. Every item on the series is uniquely located,according to the relationships between them.Leadership involves growing people from working with the acceptable, to workingwith the appropriate standards. It is achieved when the BB can be reconstructed.The growth happens via the synergy, SGY that groups create. Thus, every member ofa group benefits from the synergy that the group creates, for ROIApp > ROIPc. ROI isa measure of the return on investment. It is larger for individuals when evaluated onthe appraisal model, ROIApp than when predicted for the same person on thephenomenological compression kit, Pc-K, ROIPc. But leaders benefit less, for SGYF< 2; and the followers benefit more, for SGYF ≥ 2. This distinction is achieved by ameasure of the performance index, PfI that approximates a unity (PfI → 1) forleaders, but tends towards a zero (PfI → 0), for followers.Thus organisations offer two, 2 kinds of reward as follows:Synergy, which caters for the need, CNd of the employeesROI, which rewards the work done, according to their ability, CWkAs performance improves with the capacity to reconstruct the BB, need, CNd isminimised; and ROI improves, with ability, CWk. The ROI is the basis for amonetisation model that translates knowledge into money as follows:ProfitROI = ,ROIBoth the profit and the ROI have to be measured on the same scale as below:Profit = Sales – Production costsROI = Sales / Production CostsWhen talent is identified correctly, work becomes a play, and effort is a breeze.