Precise Management is a hierarchical management system with three constant aspects at each level.
It comprises the clear hierarchy that is your First, Second, Third, and/or Fourth Management.
Each level comprises the constant trinity of its Actions, on its Business, and in its Time.
Precise Management is thus your First, Second, Third, and/or Fourth Management Actions, Business, and Time.
There is a sense that conventional management lacks an essential clarity for its optimum achievement. Conventional management typically comprises planning, organizing, staffing, leading/directing, and control/monitoring the top, middle, and low level business of marketing, production/operations, human resources, information technology, finance and strategy.
In as much as this basic practice may be useful in fulfilling the needs of the mundane business enterprise, it is not sufficient for the needs of the perceptive one. This is because some of its elements overlie each other, for example, the management function of organizing/staffing overlaps with the business function of human resources. In addition, some foster fragmented business due to weak interfaces, for example, standalone marketing, production/operations, and research and development. Some functions like research and accounting are altogether missing in management functions or tucked in inappropriate business functions. The foregoing does not serve the management intention but in fact undermines it. This approach is to the keen eye though rather typical and logical indeed quite ambiguous and amorphous necessitating a more definite and consistent approach that Precise Management fulfils.
The fact is that your management concept must be right for you to enjoy optimum achievement; otherwise, your business may fumble, performing below its potential, and ultimately tumble, performing dismally.
1. First Management
First Management is your First Management Actions on your First Management Business in your First Management Time.
First Management Actions comprise your First Purposing, Research, Forecasting, Planning, Activation, Accounting, and Assurance of the applicable First Management Business.
First Management Business comprises your First Management Business Mission, Forces, Masters, Actors, Products, Tangibles, Information, Finance, Resources, Mix, Activity, Responsibility, Contingency, and Achievement.
First Management Time comprises your First Management in 22, 42, and/or 84 Weeks.
First Management is your Strategic, Overall, or General Management.
2. Second Management
Second Management is your Second Management Actions on your Second Management Business in your Second Management Time.
Second Management Actions comprise your Second Purposing, Research, Forecasting, Planning, Activation, Accounting, and Assurance.
Second Management Business comprises your Masters, Actors, Products, Tangibles, Information, and Finance.
Second Management Time comprises your Second Management in 22, 42, and/or 84 Weeks.
Second Management comprises your Masters, Actors, Products, Tangibles, Information, and Financial Management.
3. Third Management
Third Managemnt is your Third Management Actions on your Third Management Business in your Third Management Time.
Third Management Actions comprise your Third Purposing, Research, Forecasting, Planning, Activation, Accounting, and Assurance.
Third Management Business comprises your Products Mix and Products Supply Business.
Third Management Time comprises your Third Management in 22, 42, and/or 84 Weeks.
Third Management may comprise your Products Mix and Products Supply Management.
4. Fourth Management
Fourth Management is your Fourth Management Actions on your Fourth Management Business in your Fourth Management Time.
Fourth Management Actions comprise your Fourth Purposing, Research, Forecasting, Planning, Activation, Accounting, and Assurance.
Fourth Management Business comprises your Procurement, Production, Placement, Marketing, Sales, and Support Business.
Fourth Management Time comprises your Fourth Management in 22, 42, and/or 84 Weeks.
Fourth Management may comprise your Procurement, Production, Placement, Marketing, Sales, and Support Management.
Your Practice of Precise Management will yield your Optimum Achievement in business.
Your Optimum Achievement is noted increase in equitable satisfaction in your business actors and interactors.
In addition, with the practice of Precise Management you:
• employ your management hierarchy and aspects in a precise way
• get a clear interpretation of and avoid confusion in management
• maximize and invite your chances of business success and minimize and repel your chances of business failure
• align your management with your business objectives and professionalism
• formalize and document your coherent and diligent management system
• get our external ascertainment of your Precise Management
• improve the productivity of your managers
• liberate your business from the clutter clogged informal management
• instil your managers with diligence, confidence, and conviction in their management
• demonstrate your commitment to progressive business management
• balance your managers business management time and their managers management time
• gain both strategic and tactical management solutions in one instance
• give your business both strategic and tactical management advantages over your competition
• confer your business with an intangible fixed asset directly impacting its lead stakeholder satisfaction, and
• link your business to high calibre Precise Management expertise
Business directors and managers may be reluctant to embrace new ways they might resist new policy. This challenge may be overcome by convincing them of the benefits of transformation.
Precise Management is practiced with the servicing of Precise Management Servicers.
Business directors and managers may try it out in one of their existent or new business units before spreading it out to the rest.
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