Definition of Terms
Small group interactions – measurements or metrics (do I help define and use measurement metrics and procedures to track progress; can I establish plans that bring multiple sub-groups together toward common goals) – needed to effectively deal with small group like families, teams, committees, and other class groups.
Social in this context refers to relations between people (social relations), but more specifically a relation between individuals insofar as they belong to a group, a relation between groups of people, or a relation between an individual and a group of people. It is an ability of a person to interact effectively with others. It involves the skill of communication and good public relations regulated by social norms, between two or more people, with each having a social position and performing a social role.
Spiritual in this context refers to spirituality, a concern with matters of the spirit. Moreover, spirituality is man’s attitude and actions based on his relationship with God and in accordance with his faith. This is a condition wherein man does not wish to offend God by doing wrong to himself and to other people. He tries avoiding unkind and unjust actions towards other people.
Stability in this context is a condition that holds the behavior in place both within an individual, group, management, and organization.
Statement in this context is information that contains details, explanation, reasoning conceived and stated for communication – the company and its people obtain information this way, characteristically as follows:
– It should be clear, concise, and up-to-date.
• It should promote consistency and credibility.
• It should be harmonious in content and intent.
• It should have a common objectives and purposes.
• It should reinforce the intent as well as the practical understanding of the information.
• It should be developed in a substantially briefer format with more of a summary description.
• It should be screened for proper words and phrases. Thus, it is recommended that the information in the application be carefully reviewed and refined.
Stepwise development in this context is a result of constructing more patterns in focusing and strengthening operational direction. It helps a person to initiate cooperation and collaboration with others.
Strategic – Thinking strategically thus means being clear about the objectives, being aware of the resources, and being inform and consciously responsive to changes in the environment.
Strategic planning in this context refers to a tool used by a person for effective management. It is a general course of action conceived and stated in such a way as to give a person a unified direction in striving and accomplishing his goal. It also shapes, leads, and guides him not to lose sight of where he is going and why that he is going there for a purpose.
Moreover, strategic planning is an ongoing process that defines ongoing change. Thus, it needs discipline because it calls for a certain order, form, and pattern for a person to stay and keep focus responding to a given situation. By assessing how this situation is shifting and will shift, determined by analyzing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, a person takes personal decision to manage, as well as plan, in responding to these shifts more efficiently and effectively.
While a person involves in determining and deciding what he is going to do, why he is going to do it, and how he will do it systematically to achieve his goal, he communicates to others a clear and complete picture of the situation without withholding of negative information.
Strategic reinforcement in this context is a support that strengthens strategy or plan of action to achieve specific results. It is a consideration that is desirable and responsive to the needs of a given situation and/or to the operational changes.
Strategy in this context refers to perspective, a view one feels, reflects, thinks, or takes on matters, and purpose, direction, decision, and action stemming from this view. Generally, it is about relationships between ends and means, the determination of objectives, the adoption of the course and implementation of actions, and the allocation of resources necessary to achieve results.
• Personal strategy outlines the planned avenue for personal development.
• Programmatic strategy outlines the planned avenue for program development.
• Work strategy outlines the planned avenue for work development.
Basically, a strategy is used in the application as to define mainly as basis for a purpose not to trick, but to complement others. That is, one must intend not to outwit others, but to align his strategic position for others. Such purpose is vital to the success of any operation.
Strategy Resource in this context is a database made up of strategies collected in the application. It never decreases. It always increases with use.