What Is Wholistic Management ?

Wholistic Management

Wholistic Management® is a term used for the management style that largely relates to the post-pandemic management methodology. 

While the holistic method believes that 'the whole is not the sum of its parts,' for example, "The sum of all the parts of a human being doesn't constitute a person," there's an hidden element there, indescribable, and that is not a part of the total.

But in "Wholistic Management," there's no hidden element in management principles like in the holistic management. 

In fact, there's more visibility and responsiveness in every aspect of management due to the availability of advanced decision making tools, and just-in-time information systems.

The 'Wholistic Management Style'  oozes confidence and certainty and is derived considering a whole lot of parameters including the factors of uncertainty and business continuation in every aspect of management functioning. 

It starts with giving a serious thought to "What if?" at every level of resource allocation. No-one must be inevitable in an organization, come what may. In the wholistic management aaproach the core functioning of the organizations and their larger interests are well protected at every level, be it, man, machine or material with a disaster or contingency plan in place at all the key areas of functioning well in advance.

The wholistic management style is conceived and advocated by Krish K. Madembeth and is a system that includes the "What if?" and being "Well Protected" in every aspect of  the management practice. 

This wholistic management principles enables an organization to achieve a much needed stability, business continuance and instill confidence during turbulent times faced in the business during a sudden and unexpected resource crunch and with the systematic documentation and transparency. Simply put, it becomes a plug and play setup for the the next person (or resource) to take its place. As simple as that.

Good life also means stability,.

Certainty and hope are factors are crucial in ensuring the stability to all the stake holders of a business. 

Today, in these uncertain times, wholistic management is the need of the hour. Nothing can "wait" or no one can hold "hostage" in running a business. The author believes that this sure shot approach to management practice will hailed in the days to come.

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Holistic Management

The Holistic Management® style is developed by Allan Savory forty years ago.

The Principles of Holistic is grounded in the belief that the whole is not the some of the parts and has an unknown internal force to it, example: curing a persons disease holistically.

Holistic Management of Allan Savory uses a decision-making process to help ensure that the actions taken to restore land and livelihoods are ecologically, socially and economically sound based on the context described by the people involved. 

In two-thirds of the world that is grasslands, much of the land regeneration involves the use of livestock, which are managed to mimic the behaviors of ancient wild herds in a manner that heals degraded soils, improves ecosystem function, and builds biodiversity.

It was a key insight, that livestock must be managed as an integral part of the wider ecosystem, that has helped thousands of ranchers around the globe to restore their degraded soils using holistically managed livestock.