Architecture Crisis March 28, 2015 at 8:02 am

1. What is a crisis and where it comes from? With regard to the generally accepted definitions – this is a dramatic change, leading to loss of sales, profits and personnel, or heavy transition state, which is often referred to as protracted, low-intensity or long-term crisis due to losses which remain unchanged. I would compare the crisis with the disease, which in turn can lead to chronic disease and even death. We are easier for people to understand nature of the crisis on the example of his own body. If people pay attention to their disease, why we suffer and agonize as our sick bodies violate the robot to the whole organism, it will be easier to understand and the nature of the crisis. On the question of who is most often to blame, just look in the mirror and you see a person responsible for your problems.

On the question of where it comes from the crisis, most managers are finding a lot of reasons and blamed everything on your 'Negligent' personnel or unscrupulous competitors while not realizing that the place from which emanate all the problems – it's hidden corners' of their own brain. 2. How do leaders determine that they have in the enterprise Crisis? All in different ways, but usually on a number of traits that are the real reasons. This lack of resources, conflicts with subordinates and in the team, demotivation of staff, the outstanding products in warehouses and stores, problems with logistics, the lack of the enterprise management cycle and self-organization system, theft, sexual harassment, and so on.

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