Positive Tips from the Gurus

Peter F. Drucker

“Treat people differently, according to their strengths, how each of them needs to be treated.”

“Impose high standards, but give people the freedom and responsibility to do their job.”

“People learn more when they teach others.”

“The job of a manager is to make human strengths effective and human weaknesses irrelevant.”

“Effective leaders earn respect for their environment, but that does not necessarily mean they need to please. That is not your job. ”

Tom Peters

“Innovative companies have a predisposition to action, autonomy and initiative.”

“Successful companies learn from the people they serve. They listen to their customers, and provide what they need: quality, service and solidity, things that work and last. ”

“The chances of a company having good results favor those that stay reasonably close to the businesses they know well.”

“Excellent companies treat the entire staff as the basic source of their gains in quality and productivity.”

“Many successful companies do not have complex organizational structures, and those that had them have abandoned them. Instead, they have adopted simpler structures, with less high controls. ”

Joseph Juran

“To promote quality work at all levels, a good idea is to show employees how the product is used by customers; so each employee will understand how the result of their work affects the final consumer. ”

“The obstacles that prevent the achievement of a company with leaders and quality products are almost all of human origin and can be eliminated with sufficient motivation. These are the ignorance, the competence of priorities, the sub-optimization, and the cultural myths. ”

“The business plan of a successful company must include goals related to quality: goals of customer satisfaction, to comply with competitive standards, to reduce the costs of poor quality, and to improve key processes.”

“A successful company regularly recognizes people and teams that achieve superior performance.”

Stephen R. Covey

“The transformations begin with an incessant feeling that a change is needed. It takes an awareness of who we are in relation to what we want to be. One can not undertake this process in a state of denial about the need for change or the amount of commitment and time it will take. ”

“Build a sense of internal security before undertaking changes. The less internal security people have, the less their ability to adapt to new realities. People do not change of their own volition unless they have internal security. If all their security is external, they will see each change as a threat. ”

“Bury the old. Assume what you built based on the past, thank him, and then move on without that ballast. ”

“Embrace the new with a spirit of adventure, start with an end in mind and open up to new options. You will need those attitudes in unknown terrain. ”

“Management by impulses always leads management through crisis.”

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