Change: How your business should handle and implement changes
Acceptance of traditional industrial economic models with growing productivity fog confirms bureaucracy growth at the expense of process orientation and poses difficulties for promising initiatives, such like Lean. Power structures based on industrial society's hierarchical organizational structures, with many organizational levels that generate power and financial compensation, further cement the problem of acting agile in a rapidly changing and global environment.
Our Models; the Post-Industrial Management Model (PIMM) and the Post-Industrial Accounting Model (PIAM), mean a different way of working. However, our models are not in conflict with today's controlling and accounting models, but instead imply enhanced opportunities.
These opportunities are:
- Any concepts or solutions that can be perceived as competing with PIMM or PIAM, but we fully support these models and also, is a Lean capability. On
the other hand, Lean Accounting is in many perspectives the direct
opposite to PIAM. Another accounting model, Activity Based Costing (ABC) should be considered as a subset of PIMM and PIAM, but is unfortunately managed as a whole concept of consultancy organizations. That is, a direct competing concept. Our models will set ABC in its correct contexts for what it truly is
- Various product or consultancy organizations' business medels are in some context conflicting with the ambition of PIMM and PIAM. One example is if such business model mainly exist thanks to the sale of licenses or consulting, and not to improve their customers' profitability and competiveness
- Power structures based on the industrial society's hierarchical organizational structures, with many organizational levels, generate
bureaucracy, sub-optimization, as well as power or financial compensation, which are in deep contrast to PIMM and PIAM
- Any individual employee not accepting change or is afraid of being more directly connected to his contribution to
productivity in your business. PIMM and PIAM involve both new and changed skills demands on individuals, but also imply significant individual and business opportunities, resulting in reestablishing Human Power as the most important asset of your company
- Trade and union organizations, as well as the existing educational system. Many industry organizations and educational institutions have built their business models on outdated industrial realities, no longer existing. PIMM and PIAM involve roles, responsibilities and competencies in line with today's requirements to increase your profitability and competivness
- Neglect to harness the accelerating IT revolution, such as blockchain, digitization, with following increase of suboptimizing your business