Turnaround Management is like Surgery

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Turnaround Management is like Surgery
Jagdish B Acharya, Premium Member
If an organisation is viewed as a person and its health is taken as its condition then management is the sum of its good practices to keep it healthy, and a turnaround is the treatment when it has fallen sick.
Managers are like doctors who treat organisations and turnaround managers are like surgeons who have to intervene and do major operations.
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I do not at all agree with you. A surgery is a pre...

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Jeswan SinghPS, Member
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Jagdish B Acharya, Premium Member
Based on comments of Dr. Price, I correct myself. ...

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Michael Cardy, Member
Surgery implies the problem is within the organiza...

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Jagdish B Acharya, Premium Member
With so many contributions I am looking at analogi...


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