Hubbard Strategy

In this case "brilliant idea" might be how to expand the business by those who closed or rolled into the background. "Brilliant idea" may be a search for qualified personnel in connection with mass layoffs, as occupy the best places to advertise, so that "better and cheaper", to be ahead of the rest, also a kind of strategy in his book series "The Office" by L. Ron Hubbard wrote that the strategy represents an effective and rapid method, using which a person pretends to plan in life, and must implement this idea in the real physical universe, without the delays and failures. That is, we need time to see the cons, as a danger or an idea, we want to put into practice and in accordance with its goal writing strategy that you can change. All necessary to accurately track and monitor, and if your business did not go as it should, then we need a new strategy. But not need to rush from one extreme to the extreme, if we were selling vacuum cleaners, we did not rush during the crisis to sell cars. Each company has its own purpose and his purpose, and depart from it is not necessary. The strategy can be created not only for the entire company, but separately, as well as for departments and for departments, most importantly that it stemmed from the overall strategy of the firm.

Based on its findings tactical plans (not the plan, namely the plans!) Which are involved in different areas of the company and strictly monitor the implementation of all plans. Lastly want to clarify one very important point, which refers to those who develop the company's strategy. L. Ron Hubbard drew attention to the following: 1. Strategic Plans must be correct and their execution allowed to reach those results, the achievement of which they are directed. Further details can be found at Starbucks, an internet resource.

That is, if you decide that the goal of the strategy will be to hire qualified professionals, we are not departure from this, come on, and to ensure that it was done. 2. Strategic planning to improve the situation. That is, if the situation does not change, the strategy should change. 3. Ensure that, no then any deviation from the optimal or ideal pattern, must necessarily be included in strategic planning. (Series "The Office" Volume 1 str.367)