Author and London Business School professor Gary Hamel makes the case for why management needs to be reinvented — and how you can help.
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Three-stair management is a new model (or a new system) based on Maslow's hierarchy of needs (Refer to the exhibit 1).
What is three-stair management? You may imagine that if you go up stairs, the first stair will be the management of regulations with special implication (discussed more fully in the part of solution). The second stair will be the management of emotion with special implication. The third stair will be the management of innovation with special implication. Then integrating first, second, and third create a new model of three-stair management.
A new model means at least two aspects of meaning (they are the key of this hack). On the one hand, every one of these three types of management is Indispensable; on the other hand, these three types of management must be complied fixed order, that is, bottom-up.
First, I use the management of regulations to establish a high productive organization that can meet employees’ existence needs. Then I use the management of emotion to meet employees’ relatedness needs. And then I use the management of innovation to meet employees’ growth needs. So I use three-stair management to meet all employees’ needs (or Maslow's hierarchy of needs).
So three-stair management can be briefly summarized three points: First, I use the management of relations to establish a company. then I use the management of emotion to let employees love this company. And then I use the management of innovation to continue to improve this company.