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01-13-2011, 10:05 PM #494
I've NOT seen Ramdan in actions, but has he won anything yet at the junior level? He is 18yrs old, and if I'm not mistaken, Taufik entered All England Final at the age of 18 or 19. So where is Ramdan now if he is so talented?
01-13-2011, 10:09 PM #495
CBA may be run like a well oiled machine, but there is again, a good balance of individual freedom as well as responsibility.
But I dont believe BAM needs to be run like Microsoft; just the thing they are falling into the trap of. You cannot just borrow an entire (corporate) culture and transpose it on another entity and expect it to provide results. You will get chaos. You need to go back to the basics.
What is the primary objective?
What are the primary and most important resources?
What is the health of the cells? (Cells in my definition would be the cellular level of the entire badminton organisation in Malaysia: schools, villages, local clubs, colleges, universities, town halls, community centres etc)
Do the cells feed the next level up with the most exciting potential at 2 or 3 basic age groups?
Do the cells receive meaningful support from the next level up?
And so on.
01-13-2011, 10:11 PM #496
01-13-2011, 10:19 PM #497
01-13-2011, 10:25 PM #498
ramdan beat 2007 wc runner up at age 19
and taufik is farrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr talented than ramdan
cant compare at all
01-13-2011, 10:26 PM #499
Look at Msia Squash, smallish with the World champion and several world class players. All supported by parents.
But they can never succeed in team events, no depth and breadth.
it may be true one moves on really slow in the Msian Machine, but at least there will be depth and breadth unlike Squash.
That's why some parents do not want their children in the BAM. The BAM could be guilty of putting old wines in new bottles (re-badging) and the TCC still operating within an old framework and not thinking out of the box.
Given all the challenges from the external environment ,mindset,culture, size,demands on public and government what is better
and has it been given a chance to be proven wrong?
01-13-2011, 10:29 PM #500
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01-13-2011, 11:09 PM #504
People who make cars in a big co.think of everything as machines.People who work in small creative outfits like film-making
like to be nimble etc.What about people in small cos who make specialist cars to customer tastes or the big film producers?
Then the role is reversed. in practice,machine and organismic are extremes, it is possible to have hybrids with varying % of machine and organism to make it more responsive and nimble.
I wont go further as I have long ago thrown away all those books but read up in Wiki the work of Mintzberg or Systems Theory and you will find some info.
In some manufacturers they work in cells, a cell is a flexible work group unlike a work unit, activities can overlap and there are
no boundaries as in units, its like what the Dutch call total football. Sweden is one country that practises cell groups in the workplace.
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