Change and Management
Tamás Benedek Szilágyi Üzlet & Pszichológia (December-January 2013/14; Issue 6, Volume 2) http://www.upszi.hu/hr/cikk/valtozas_es_menedzsment Time changes everything. Actions do more: they allow you to choose the direction of change. We have all wanted to change our lives at one point or another. To get more exercise, to go to the theatre, to meet old friends, […]
to cut back on greasy food or sweets. How about finding something more motivating to do, finding a job that suits you better? We often yearn for change but we also want things to remain the same. We have a desire for both change and stability, each of which can be traced back to fundamental needs that define our lives, our behaviour, our decisions – indeed our future.
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"The first time I met Concordia and their team was in 1999. I was attending a vision building workshop which ended up serving as the springboard for a process that transformed an oversized, inert, state-owned, socialist firm into a competitive, dynamically growing and highly successful international company.
Two years later, in 2001, I was a major player participating at subsequent, now legendary workshops. One of them, titled “How to reduce our stock to 700 000 tonnes”, is now considered a legend in its own right because it was a milestone that enabled a company wide optimalisation of corporate operations within the fields of mineral oil processing and sales.
Therefore in 2008, when as top tier managers we decided on the reorganisation and modernisation of the company, and on clarifying the vision of the organisation, I had absolutely no doubts that we would be doing this with no other than Imre Lövey and Concordia. Yet, despite our previous experience, they still managed to surprise us with new concepts. Their proprietary theory of Healthy Organisation and the attached questionnaire was hugely helpful in showing us the current position of the company but no less importantly enabled most of our colleagues to understand the necessity of change.
…they never settled for just doing things. They have always wanted to get things done, and they still do like pros…."