Our Framework

Our framework provides clear direction for any organizations to examine their unity, focus, capability and synergy.

1. UNITY

“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” 

– Reinhold Niebuhr. –

“Things alter for the worse spontaneously, if they be not altered for the better designedly.” 

– Francis Bacon. –

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Unity, the 1st of the 4 tenets ensures an organization to have a common goal, shared purpose, and way to think, act, and interact.

It unites the wills (hearts and minds) of those above and those below.

 

 

2. FOCUS

“When you write down your ideas you automatically focus your attention on them. Few if any of us can write one thought and think another at the same time.”

– Michael Leboeuf. –

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Once the common goal, shared purpose, and way to think, act, and interact are well articulated, the organization must focus on the best alternative ways to get to the end-state.

 

 

3. CAPABILITY

capability

 

Once the firm foundation gets established by unity and focus,  the organization must build its capability to ensure the execution in its day-to-day operations.

The organization must keep on improving its proficiencies, whilst at the same time, developing and realizing all of its potencies.

 

4. SYNERGY

synergy

 

Synergy ensures effectiveness, efficiency, and optimation of the organization’s resources.

The synergy (end-results) of all efforts of the organization must be systematically and periodically reviewed, monitored, adjusted, and improved to bring the organization closer and closer to its desired end-state.

 

 

 

9 VIABLE ELEMENTS OF ORGANIZATION

The 4 Tenets of Organization® consists of the following 9 (nine) interlocking viable elements that every organizations
must consistently and continually analyze, formulate, articulate, deploy, evaluate (monitor and measure), and improve throughout the Plan-Do-Study-Adjust (PDSA) work performing cycle.

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The above 9 (nine) interlocking viable elements form the high-level solution framework for the following solution sets of the organization.