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The Biomanager: the bionomic manager
A brief description of the "The Biomanager” model created by Teamworkcenter (Copyright 2000).

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OBJECTIVE OF MODEL

“The Biomanager” aims to encourage the adaptation of the CEO, manager, or responsible in the environment.

"The Biomanager" identifies four key pillars to adapt themselves to the surrounding environment and facilitating relationships with other people in order to be bionomic. Each pillar can be more or less important in a given time and it can be a key element for the development of an innovation.

“The Biomanager” is applicable to any environmental intervention of the person, and it is especially useful in creating new products and services, innovation and conflict management.


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MODULAR STRUCTURE OF THE MODEL

The learning system is based on a symbolic analogy of four pillars of a building.

“The Biomanager” is divided into four pillars, which generate four areas of action and four roles.

The first pillar is the Person. This pillar is the need to work on oneself, increasing self-knowledge (see also the “Egovalue, me as an asset” model). Every professional requires knowledge of the role of mentoring, to act having or being a personal advisor.

The second pillar is the Team. This pillar is the need to act and interact with our closest comrades, with those who shape our team (see also “The Teamwork Tower” model). Every professional, as part of a team, requires knowledge of the role of coaching, taking act or being a coach.

The third pillar is the Organization. This pillar is the need to act and interact with other groups of people who are close and are part of the same organization. This requires knowledge of the role of trainer, act having or being a trainer.

The fourth and final pillar is the Community. This pillar is the need to act and interact with other organizations. Community is defined, in a comprehensive manner, and it tries to identify future trends. This requires community awareness of the role of mentoring, to act having or being a mediator.

 
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