L. Ron Hubbard uniquely addressed the problems of administration. He was someone who had spent lots of time studying various models of management systems, and from those studies, he came to some conclusions. For instance, he had concluded that if one genuinely understands how individual best functions, it becomes easy to help them work for a group. Self-motivated employees who know the organization and their role in the organization tend to be far more productive than others.
The Hubbard Management System focuses on the needs, aspirations, and source of an individual’s failings. According to the system, if an organization naturally understood how groups of individuals best function, administration problems, i.e., how we cooperate with others, can be resolved quite effectively. To make an organization work effectively, the employees learn into cooperate is what matters the most.
The Hubbard Management System believes that the administrative gimmicks or authoritarian decrees work with the employees only to an extent. However, if the employees are well understood by the organizations and motivated to work towards a common purpose or goal, they tend to work with higher enthusiasm. The new approach not just helps the organization but also the employees’ growth.
Mr. Hubbard’s administrative technology has emerged as a great source of learning for many organizations worldwide. Nearly 100,000 companies and organizations worldwide are using the Hubbard Management System for effective management and operations. From banks to hospitals and retail companies to HR firms, all have started embracing the Hubbard Management System.