THINK GLOBALLY ACT LOCALLY:
FOR COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION,
HEALTH AND OTHER PROJECTS
Open, low risk investment partnerships designed to achieve social and environmental as well as economic goals are necessary for good regional management. Think globally first to protect the most powerless beings from disappearing under the onslaught of market forces still designed on feudal principles which may seek to destroy other life.
Quality management requires a stakeholder, rather than a stockholder driven approach.
Project managers ideally drive programs and related projects openly for the key stakeholders – those for whose benefit the work partnerships and related projects have been established – and those who have financed the venture and who do not want any money wasted or diverted from its original purposes without good cause. Stakeholders are service and product providers to the projects. This management structure contrasts with traditional financial management models which supposedly serve stockholders best, but which actually serve financial service providers and lawyers more often.
Good project management requires:
Consultative development of clear program and related project aims and objectives (with or without numerical targets)
Clear strategies to achieve the program aims and the related project objectives
The provision of the budgets necessary to undertake the program and its project/s
Monitoring of project performance and evaluation of the outcomes
Clear accountabilities for program and project management and expenditure
Ideally related regional management direction is addressed below and attached:
This forward direction is also love. Film, listen, talk, learn, think, broadcast and write about it in the communications revolution. ‘Plus ca change’, as they say in France.