Hard Work and Efficient Management = Success? LO28383

From: Glebe Stcherbina (gstc3416@mail.usyd.edu.au)
Date: 05/02/02

Replying to LO28379 --

Replying to LO28327

Dear AM de Lange,

Thank you for your reply.

I appreciate your comments and the situation the company is in. We also
have had quite a few large corporates fail in Australia in the 1980's and
1990's due to a lack of planning as well as not being able to adapt to
changing environments.

I hope through the establishment of Learning Communities and Communities
of Practice, organizations can learn from the mistakes of the past. As the
saying goes or (close to it): "From one small acorn, will a large tree

May the (knowledge) force be with you.

Kind regards,

AM de Lange wrote:

> Thank you for your valuable comments.
> I do not want to decribe too closely the nature of the organisation. I
> felt that many South African organisations of diverse natures have got
> into the same dilemma a result of the political situation which has
> changed immensely since 1994. The same can happen in other countries. By
> observing what is happening in South Africa and trying to find a solution
> our minds get prepared to do it again.


Glebe Stcherbina <gstc3416@mail.usyd.edu.au>

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