Defining your 'Economic Whole' under Management

Defining your economic whole is the start of becoming a genuine ‘holistic manager’.  This step moves you beyond thinking holistically and takes you into the full blown process of managing holistically.  The following video walks you through the process of defining your economic whole. 
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You now have the idea of defining an economic whole for your situation, so let's get started. To do so, follow these steps: 
  1. Download a blank Economic whole and goal blank.pdf form, ready to enter data into.
  2. Gather together the decision-makers in your business, and make sure they are ready for the process to begin.  NOTE: For the process to work effectively, all of the decision-makers should be involved in these steps, otherwise they will not have ownership of the outcomes.
The entire process of defining an economic whole is completed in three logical parts: People, Their Resource Base, Money.  Use the links immediately below, in sequence, to help you complete the task.  As an example a completed copy of the Greenslopes Pastoral Co economic whole is shown below the links.
Here is the link to the downloadable Greenslopes Economic Whole example document: Greenslopes Pastoral Co whole and goal.pdf

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