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Manage with Two”P”s Three “C”s

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Manage with Two”P”s Three “C”s--105036 2013年3月12日 (二) 17:04 (UTC)

Lu Tak Ming, C.E.O of Yan Oi Tong, believed 2”P”s and 3”C”s can lead to good management, and the key component is human. Your every move in your leading can affect the whole development.


Yan Oi Tong, one of the local non-governmental organizations, provides welfare, education, health care service with a motto of ‘protect the elderlies and children, development education, help the weakness, care the neighbors’ to Hong Kong citizens.


“I appreciate the leader of Shue Yan. They developed successfully even if they have encountered pressures,” said Lu. This is the first alphabet that leads to a good management—(P)assion. He believed a person can keep going only if he or she has enough passion to the job. Another P stands for persistence. Once you think it is right, you have the persistence to keep walking.


“C” stands for collaboration, creativity and communication. Lu said these three are less important when compared to the two “P”s. They are about making some new events. In 2010, he introduced an event of sending student ambassadors to South Pole. It brought a huge impact to both the organizations and in education industries. This plan was originally not gaining any support from Yan Oi Tong, because they think it did not have any values. However, Lu and his colleagues work so hard to gain support from the society. They finally sent 22 students to South Pole.


Lu concluded that there are a few differences while serving citizens between government and Yan Oi Tong. First, NGO can work as a laboratory. It is alright to fail but government is all about responsibility. Second, NGO can have a lot of resources from the society and also from government. Last, there is no burden NGO as they are here to help people only while the latter one needs to focus on many other things.
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