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Vadim Kotelnikov

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Inventor and Founder

Ten3 Business e-Coach

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InsBeCo,   Success360

Innovarsity.com,   Fun4Biz.com


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Modern Manager - New Management Model - Management and Leadership

The Five Types of Management

  1. Routine Management

  2. Project Management

  3. Change Management

  4. Continuous Improvement Management

  5. Innovation Management

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  People Skills

Managerial Communication, Vadim Kotelnikov

Effective Listening, Vadim Kotelnikov

How To Present With Passion, David Greenberg

  Effective Leadership

12 Effective Leadership Roles, Vadim Kotelnikov

18 Lessons for Leaders, Colin Powell

4Es and 6 Rules for Successful Leadership, Jack Welch

Courage, Brian Tracy

Empathy, Bruna Martinuzzi

Take Time Out for Mental Digestion, Brian Tracy

The Key To Motivation, Brian Tracy

Three Easy Ways To Maximum Motivation, Brian Tracy

 Smart Corporate Leader

Leadership-Management Synergy, Vadim Kotelnikov

Leadership and Management, Bruce Lynn

12 Rules of Success, Steve Jobs

6 Attributes of Successful Long-Term CEOs (Research results)

GE Leadership Assessment Survey (LES): 40 Criteria

Smart Business Architect, Vadim Kotelnikov

Inspirational Leadership: 10 Roles, Vadim Kotelnikov

7 Ways To Improve Communication & Collaboration, Greg Jerralds

12 Breakthrough Ideas for the New Economy, HBR

Managing By Objectives (MBO): 6 Stages, Peter Drucker

Managing for Results: 8 Perceptions, Peter Drucker

Develop a Clear Vision, Brian Tracy

Top 7 Principles for Transforming Your Business, Denise Corcoran

Strategies for Leading Breakthroughs, Ted Santos

Two Techniques for Turbulent Times, Brian Tracy

Get Away from Old Ideas, Brian Tracy

Management Function vs. Process Focus, Catalyst Training

Delegation DOs and DON'Ts, Peter Drucker

Inspirational Quotes: Smart Corporate Leader

 Project Management

The 10 Key Project Leader Skills, Vadim Kotelnikov

5 Factors that Make a Project Successful, Eric Verzuh

GREAT Model, Michael S. Dobson

Murphy's Law in Project Management

 Sustainable Growth Strategies

6Ws of Corporate Growth, Vadim Kotelnikov

Balanced Business System, Vadim Kotelnikov

10 Rules for Building a Great Business, Vadim Kotelnikov

Competitive Strategies, Vadim Kotelnikov

Strategies of Market Leaders, Vadim Kotelnikov

Creating Competitive Disruption: 7 Strategies, R. D'Adveni

8 Attributes of Corporate Success, T. Peters and R.Waterman

Business BLISS, Vadim Kotelnikov

Enterprise Strategies

SWOT Analysis, Linda Eve Diamond and Harriet Diamond

  Winning Organization

Corporate Culture, Vadim Kotelnikov

Innovation-friendly Organization, Vadim Kotelnikov

The Tao of Employee Empowerment, Vadim Kotelnikov

Transform Your Business Into an Innovative Culture, Ten3 NZ

Encourage Employees To Try New Things, Tom McConnell

7 Tips for Eliminating Bureaucracy, Robert Heller

  Business Processes

Enterprise-wide Business Process Management, Vadim Kotelnikov

Lean Production, Vadim Kotelnikov

Quality Management, Vadim Kotelnikov

14 Point Plan for Total Quality Management, Edward Deming


Systemic Innovation, Vadim Kotelnikov

The Jazz of Innovation, Vadim Kotelnikov

7 Dimensions of Strategic Innovation, InnovationPoint

Organizing for Innovation, Derrick Palmer

Creating a Culture for Innovation, Soren Kaplan


What is Management?

Management is more art than science. Managing is working with and through other people to accomplish the objectives of both the organizations and its members.

Leadership vs. Management

Management consists of:

  • the rational assessment of a situation and the systematic selection of goals and purposes (what is to be done);

  • the systematic development of strategies to achieve these goals;

  • the marshalling of the required resources;

  • the rational design, organization, direction, and control of the activities required to attain the selected purposes; and finally,

  • the motivating and rewarding of people to do the work.

Great Leaders and Managers

Two Common Traits

  1. They have a desire to employ people with greater skills or knowledge than they themselves possess

  2. They have an ability to develop people into leaders themselves

Concept of Effective Management

Though there is a great variety of different types of businesses, the general principles of effective management apply in 90% of cases. The differences in management practices are mainly in application than in principles.

Effectives management is not limited to business management only. Management is the specific and distinguishing organ of all organizations. Its functions are:

  • to manage business

  • to lead managers and workers

  • to manage work

The task of the manager is to lead people. And the goal is to make productive and specific strengths and knowledge of each individual.

Entrepreneurial Leader: 4 Specific Attributes

Managing Is All About Perceptions


Managing setting goals, communication, teamwork, motivating, etc. is all about perceptions.  The essence of managing is coming to grips with people's perceptions.

Managerial Communication

Leadership the New Managerial Task

In the new era of rapid changes and knowledge-based enterprises, managerial work becomes increasingly a leadership task. Leadership is the primary force behind successful change . Leaders empower employees to act on the vision. They execute through inspiration and develop implementation capacity networks through a complex web of aligned relationship.

Managing Knowledge Workers

You cannot lead knowledge workers by telling them what to do. You must treat them with respect and dignity, and provide opportunities that they would not be able to have on their own.

To lead knowledge workers effectively and unlock their true potential, you need to define:

  • What knowledge work professionals do?

  • How they do it best?

  • What drives them to do it?

Delivering Results

The effective business focuses on opportunities, rather than problems. Every successful business requires a goal and spirit all its own. As a results-driven executive decision-maker, you must must analyze systemically your business results areas, the interferences to draw upon, and the strategies to plan and implement to move your enterprise forward.

Results-based Leadership

Cross-Pollinate Your Ideas with Others

In the new economy driven by systemic Innovation, new ideas arise from cross-pollination complex interactions between many individuals, organizations and environmental factors. Winning innovative solutions are inspired and developed in the process of cross-pollination of ideas, rather than narrowly focused search.



Konosuke Matsushita's 10 Corporate Management Lessons

25 Lessons from Jack Welch