A Good Organization Run by Monkeys

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A Good Organization Run by Monkeys
Thamrong Somchai, Engineer, Malaysia, Member
A good organization run by monkeys is still a zoo.
 

 
Good Organization and the Zoo
Tan Hong Dang, Business Consultant, Viet Nam, Member
I agreed with your point. Only when the monkeys truly become human being with updated knowledge and experience and a will to make better, then the zoo will become a good organization.
 

 
Good Organization
Azlan Bin Mohd Sharif
The monkeys can be educated with the right knowledge. As the result the monkeys that trained & listen to the trainer will come out with the good organization. The problem will appear when the monkeys are becoming bored with the situation inside the zoo. This will affect the oganization.
 

 
Training is Powerful
michael collins, Director, Nigeria, Member
My MD always says there is nothing training can't do, because the people makes the organization and not the buildings. Hence the monkeys are monkeys based on their level of reasoning which depends a lot on knowledge. They may become excellent leaders if trainings are made available for them.
 

 
Peanuts, Monkeys, and the Zoo
Mohamad Nasir Mahmood, Director, Malaysia, Member
Mr. Somchai said (correctly) that 'a good organization run by monkeys is still a zoo.'
In order to attract good talents, to motivate and to retain them, usually monetary rewards are the main factor. And, as the saying goes: 'If you pay peanuts, then you get monkeys', which compliments nicely what was said by Mr. Somchai.
 

     
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