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Management by INTENT

Based on the author’s upbringing, steeped in mysticism, MBI rests on the principles of preservation of life, dignity, reason, wealth and the future. Given the challenges we face today of environmental degradation, poverty, pollution, and resource scarcity, maintaining the status quo is not an option. The capitalistic rules of engagement need to change. MBI provides a blueprint for sustainable course correction.

"This insightful book explores work and life as one huge mass-balance equation."
Meg Klekner
Operational Resilience, Financial Sector

About The Author

Abrar Ansari

An Author and Transformation & Integration Coach

As a business strategist and facilitator focused on designing, communicating and executing incremental transformational change initiatives, I align organizational goals and objectives to purposeful outcomes generating holistic value for my clients. I have a 28-year professional career anchored in providing thought leadership and coaching in the areas of operational excellence, governance and risk management.

I’m also a life-long learner, dedicated to seeking knowledge for the sake of attaining wisdom, eager to share it with others to make a positive impact in the lives of people I have coached over the years.

Management by INTENT

The 5 Principles

As Corporate America comes under intense scrutiny from stakeholders who demand a change to the single-minded focus on shareholder profitability, an increasing number of business leaders are beginning to search for more equitable and fair company practices. Management by Intent (MBI) offers a unique solution to business leaders who are seeking holistic transformations.

Based on the author’s upbringing, steeped in mysticism, MBI rests on the principles of preservation of life, dignity, reason, wealth and the future. Given the challenges we face today of environmental degradation, poverty, pollution, and resource scarcity, maintaining the status quo is not an option.

The capitalistic rules of engagement need to change. MBI provides a blueprint for sustainable course correction.
The book outlines and explains the foundational aspects of the MBI philosophy, taking readers on a journey to its underpinning framework, which leads to the higher level of consciousness required to become the business of tomorrow. The principles can be used as guideposts for this journey.

Our planet is a closed-looped system. Any attempt to fix its issues, without a fuller understanding of the interdependencies of all the moving parts, will have detrimental effects on the world we inhabit.

Endorsements

“A wonderful read, offering a way to integrate wholesomeness into business operations. The author presents a fascinating perspective on the criticality of “intangibles” to business success. The ease to grasp and integrate these management principles into practice is clear. “

Maribeth Malloy

Director Strategic Engagement (retired), Manufacturing Sector

“I wholeheartedly recommend this book to leaders who want to pivot off the decades-old playbook and embrace a new game plan for purpose-oriented transformation! The MBI Principles and blueprint should be welcome tools in helping top company executives reevaluate and reform their companies’ identities, adopting more equitable and fair company practices to deconstruct the single-minded and myopic focus on profitability at all expense.”

Fernando Haddad

Vice President of Transformation, Chemical Sector

“The concept of Management by Intent (MBI) is clearly thought provoking. The MBI Principles developed by the author fit well with the socially responsible investing movement. The focus on preventing harm and promoting good conveyed throughout the book was inspiring.”

Peter Ott

Vice President Operations (retired), Chemical Sector

“This insightful book explores work and life as one huge mass-balance equation. Thought provoking examples highlight how Management by Intent (MBI), can yield significant gains benefiting the greater good. The phased approach and practical guide rewrites how to create an integrated management system and what can and should constitute success.”

Meg Klekner

Operational Resilience, Financial Sector

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