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What is Orientism Management (OM)

Computational Thinking for Problem Solving and Managerial Mindset Training
A new multi-dimensional KM approach to improve the people’s ability to manage decisions and own change of perspectives, according to natural, social, artificial environments, in personalized multi-user dynamic, assigned value to multiple reference points and multi-interpreting paradigms.
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Ethics and Managerial Mindset in Politics
Maria Luisa Nardi (Independent Researcher, Italy)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7126-2.ch013
Abstract
The term strategy model appears in a variety of contexts. Though the specifics of a strategy model vary greatly depending upon the nature of the model, the basic definition of such a model remains the same in all industries and sectors, such as in policy management. Basically, a strategy model constitutes a strategic plan, or model, designed to improve a process, and it needs a specific mindset by the developer. Organizations use strategy models to improve operations and meet their goals. The development of such a model requires identifying the key goals of an organization, identifying the key components or steps of the process leading from a starting point to the achievement of those goals and creating ways of maximizing the process for optimal output and the achievement of the stated goals. Strategy models are of varying degrees of complexity.
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