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How Interior Management work in Corporate
Headquarters, Offices, &Retail Spaces
2. What has been your greatest challenges as a interior
designer?
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3. Give 6 Key Elements in Interior management
7 Elements of Business Management

Your business is a living, breathing being. You cannot live on water alone, and your business cannot thrive on a great product alone. The key to a long life is to balance your well-being. The key to a successful business is to balance all 7 elements of your business.

We strive to help owners achieve success in these terms:
1. The company breathes its purpose.
2. The business creates optimal income.
3. The company lives as long the owner wants.

The framework and inner workings of the Consilio 7 Elements of Business Management are meant to help you navigate the complex and multi-faceted –and overwhelming—life of a business owner. The key is to remember that all 7 elements are equally important and require your time and your money.

Consilio 7 Elements of Business Management

Each element requires resources of time and money or your firm will struggle to survive and grow. Our approach encourages balanced growth of all seven elements:
PURPOSE
Traditional Definition: Vision, values, culture.
Translation: Consistent answer to "Why?" (ie. “Why did I start this firm?”). PRODUCT
Traditional: Converting potential clients and fulfilling promises. Translation: Your ideas shared and executed-with heavy emphasis on executed!MONEY
Traditional: Processing, tracking, and reporting funds.
Translation: Your business food and water; over/under feeding does not promote health.
MARKETING
Traditional: Identifying and approaching prospects to build awareness of services. Translation: The right people want to ride in your business boat.
TEAM
Traditional: Recruiting, training, and evaluating staff.
Translation: Who’s managing your boat?

TOOLS
Traditional: Finding, implementing and supporting equipment, assets and technology. Translation: Efficiency boosters.

GROWTH
Traditional: Strategic growth and planning to promote longevity. Translation: Periods of jerks, bumps, splashes, and steep drops interspersed with periods of cool flowing water, and living to tell about it.

A word about planning:
Your business has a much improved chance for survival when you proactively plan how you will use your time and money, especially when you account for all 7 elements. Take control of your purpose, income, and business longevity by planning your next moves with a plan.

Let us help you—contact us today.

The key elements of management
Posted on 2012/03/19 by Jonas Linde

Have you ever wondered what management does? Or maybe what management should do?

As with many other areas in life, management is something that is subjectively defined.

According to Fayol, also known as the father of the modern operational management theory, there are 5 main elements, or sometimes referred to as functions, that a manager needs to perform. These functions are planning, organizing, commanding, coordinating and monitoring.

While Koontz and O´Donnel define the key elements of management as the following five elements planning, organizing, staffing, leading (or directing) and controlling.

Peter Drucker, in his book ”The Principles of Management”, defines management as a multi-purpose organ that manages business and manages managers and manages workers and work.

As I see it, management is about getting a group of people to collectively reach the objectives of the organization by using the available resources as...
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