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October 21, 2013

This is MBE!!

Today's class is very amazed and interesting!! I have learnt many new things about creating business excellence. Paul lets us start the class with the meeting session. In my opinion, it seems like everyone is the real manager. It was my first time to sit in the meeting and talk about serious issue in the organization. Ohh!! I felt like I am the real sale and marketing manager. I have lerant many things about this activity, such as how the meeting runs, how we share and solve problems with other manager, in the real organizational manner, and how the chair person runs the meeting. I think this activity was very useful and can be adapt in our real working life (as I'm not have any working experience before).

Next, the seminar topic today is also very interesting....ROWE!!! (Result- only work environment)

Many people share ideas and debate on this topic that somehow beyond what I researched. But what I got from this activity is that I think ROWE is quite similar to what the CBE course runs. Paul told us to study by ourselves without just sitting in the class and take a lecture. By allowing students study by themselves, working in groups, in order for everyone to share ideas and learn from those ideas, I think somehow it's good method. Paul said that in order to make employees in the company with ROWE trust on the manager, it is very essential to build the culture within that organization. However, I think it is not that easy to make someone trust on somebody....but it is still the manager role to encourage employees to contribute within the culture.....

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