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Like great executives motivate everyone to act
You start with WHY (your purpose). WHOW do we provide a reason? WHY (purpose) in HOW we act - through our key assets. Targeted and coordinated key data provide the guidance for every single choice. It is clear who has to be hired. They cannot go back from WHAT (product) to HOW (core values).
They will NEVER have an adjusted WHY if you type the kernel first. HOW is the goal, and HOW are the key assets around which we make every individual choice, even in the lack of the visual. We are guided by our key values: who we recruit, who we dismiss, and what microlevel choices are right.
Does this system or these processes comply with our basic principles? LIKE - NUCLEAR VALUES: Instead, they try to build a corporate civilization around key assets based on their WHY. It is another great example of a WHY & HOW leading us in a constantly developing WHAT. It is our WHY, followed by our HOW.
Because, in our CONSTITUTION, we determine WHY (purpose) and HOW (core values) as every good enterprise should have. AS - our key assets are the assets that matter to us, that show what we believe in, from which our cultures grow, from which our rules are definded, newly definded and eliminated.
It is our belief that no one should have the complete authority to reverse these things.
The way big executives stimulate science to act
It is a straightforward but strong example of inspiring guidance, beginning with a gold ring and the interrogation of "why". imon Sinek has a straightforward but strong example for inspiring guidance that begins with a gold ring and the interrogation of "why". Simon Sinek released the 2009 Start With Why[Amazon UK; Amazon US] -- a summary of the theories with which he began to educate others on how to become real guides and encourage changes.
inek is also contributing to several charitable efforts: Worked with Count Me In, an organisation formed to help one million women-run companies generate one million US dollar in sales by 2012, and is on the board of the Danspace project, which promotes arts and dancing. TEDTalk's is a day-to-day podcasting of the best presentations and performance at the TED Conference, where the world's top minds and movers speak about their life in 18 mins.
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