When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps. That’s how I would recommend for companies. Make use of CorporateMOM – Effort Per Person – EPP the [GDP-GNH] Multiplier. Make the best use of the one and only energy force a company has – Human Resources.
I am presenting CorporateMOM – enables Blueprint for $1.5 trillion Economy – Effort Per Person an [EPP – (GDP~GNH)} Multiplier – with a case study on GSDP $1.5 trillion 2024 – Gujarat’s Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) – [The Blueprint] – prepared in Jan 2020, a review on what we proposed and how we disposed of.
In the Blueprint for GSDP $1.5 trillion in 2024 we estimated to arrive at a figure of $1.06 trillion by FY23 with a CAGR of 41.38%. What we have is US$ 288.73 billion for FY23. If we were to reach the FY24 figure of GSDP $1.5 trillion, CAGR works out to 419%. Our tendency is to extend the period of the $1.5 trillion target from FY24 to FY28 – 29-30… Maintaining the status quo is our prime reasoning.
Let me start with what Confucius said:
When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps. That’s what I would recommend for GSDP.
1. Intro – GSDP $1.5 trillion FY24
2. CREAM Audit
3. CREAM Strategy Plan
4. EPP – Effort Per Person
5. CREAM Action Plan
6. IBCM – Inactivity Based Cost Management – a brief – for details check on CorporateMOM https://ibcm.in/
1. Principle #1: What gets measured, gets managed
2. Principle #2: Measure Qualitative Elements of Management
3. Principle #3: Corporate Atomic Structure
4. Principle #4: Return on Intangible
5. Principle #5: Emergent Property Phenomenon.
This should enable several states in India and several countries around the globe to systematically approach GDP growth targets. What it includes is the integration of the GNH Index co-related to GDP root-level development goals.
Corporate is the prime mover as both the government and the society look toward corporate growth. Linking the GNH with corporate goals would benefit the companies involved as GNH is calculated for the workforce within its sphere of influence.
Why corporate finds it difficult to match government proposals if at all there is one from the government? In GSDP we find a CAGR of 419% in a single year. Can Corporate take up the challenge, even if the government had proposed it or not? Why corporate needs someone to take the lead?
Corporate shall look forward to exponential growth in profits and growth. Make use of Effort Per Person – EPP the [GDP-GNH] Multiplier for your company.