Executives are familiar with Alfred Chandler, one of the more prominent strategic management scholars, along with Henry Mintzberg. Chandler perceives corporate strategy as the determining factor behind a firm’s long-term goals, after which you allocate capabilities and adapt actions & activities in a fashion that can achieve them in both an effective and efficient way.
Cave paintings, grandmother stories, legends and scriptures are the earliest available evidence of Human Knowledge Management. Knowledge represents a critical building block for the growth of an individual, group or organization.
When discussing about management errors, Eleanor Roosevelt said it best: “Learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t live long enough to make them all yourself. ” If we analyze the decision making process in companies all over the world, we find that mistakes are common, but what makes the difference between an excellent and an average manager, is the ability to find solutions for errors and learn from others’ mistakes.