Management Philosophy

    Management Philosophy

    “First, it is human who gives life to an institution.”

    My management philosophy is a notion shaped by the relationship between administration and management, similar to the relationship between individual and society. The assumption that managers with commonly held beliefs offer prototypical human models, define the world, actions and relationship with humans according to this model is what I have questioned in institutions where I have worked:  “Management has a philosophy, which is based on human, actions and relations.”

    Primary formula of success is discipline, hard-work and honesty.

    As a manager, what I care the most is to trust my team and to be a trusted mentor. In my opinion, working with a trusted team is a crucial key to solve many future problems from the very beginning.

    Hard-working people are zealous. They do not stop working until they achieve the best. The most significant part of management is to figure out the limits of your team and set the target right, alongside your expectations.

    Institutions are destined to lose unless they do not have a leader.  

    I always resemble management to orchestrate chieftainship.

    The value of an orchestra is measured by its manager, chief. Chief does not play any instrument or perform any piece. While each orchestra member contributes within the limits of their duty, it is the chief’s responsibility to know the whole piece and make sure that it is performed flawlessly by orchestra members and performers with the right notes. Chief never does what an orchestra member does individually.  

    Orchestra is successful as much as chief.

    For successful institutions, successful leaders are required.

    Leader is a person who feels that he or she is an assurance and protector of the team and says “fault is my mine, success is our members’.”

    Leader is a selfless and pace-setter person who constantly learns and enjoys sharing what he learns with others.

    Leader is a foresighted person who sets the scene and creates new opportunities for bringing up new leaders.

    A good leader is a person who makes coast captains ocean captain, and in the meantime, makes his or her team valuable in cases where they can perform with the highest efficiency, analyzing their abilities well.