One is skilled in dealing with multi-dimensional issues.
can be said about increasing complexity in business.
Many issues have multiple inter-related aspects which need to
be defined, assessed, and weighed. Then the outcomes of each aspect
must be integrated to reach a balanced conclusion or plan of action.
input of specific expertise from lawyers,
engineers, economists, environmental specialists and other disciplines
is necessary in many projects.Yet
the expertise to briefthose
experts and then considerthe
significance of that advice within the confines of the project
objectives is of critical importance.It
requires a general manager in the traditional sense of the term,
someone who can understand all aspects, weigh their significance, and
then bring clarity and direction to the situation.
situations like this are:
studies for new projects,
mergers and acquisitions,
of long term contracts.