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Postmodern Management Training

During the Twentieth Century, management theories and the role of the manager have changed significantly evolving from the development of the modern bureaucracy, through the human relations theories to the system theories.
In the 21st Century we are a postmodern form of management with few absolute truths: the difficulty in setting priorities in the multi-tasking environment, the information overflow, the blur between strategy and tactics, the employees’ insatiable desire for stability which can no longer be satisfied. All mean that the key success factors that were relevant for the modern management are no longer relevant for the postmodern management.

The new reality means that new skills and a new mindset need to be developed.

Thus, there is a need to re-focus managerial training programs.

Allon Shevat GR 2010 managerial training programs focus on coping with issues such as:

  • Information Overflow
  • Coping Strategies for Constantly Changing Priorities
  • Strategic Navigation (managing the blur between tactics and strategy)
  • Managing Constant Change
  • Building Trust
  • The Genetic Code of the New Business Era
  • Understanding Organizational Politics
  • Juggling Conflicting Priorities.
  • Effectively Managing Over Commitment with Customers.
  • Managing Virtual Teams