The orchestra as a metaphor for business at our March Monthly Get Together

Michael Hankinson, the conductor King’s Lynn Sinfonia in the UK wrote an article on the similarities between an orchestra and a company, and they go deep.

Some extracts: “Head, heart and hands work in unison to meet the challenge.” “The parts make up the whole but the whole is greater than the parts.” “Passionate and competent leadership, teamwork, preparation and rehearsal, focus and nimbleness during execution result in the delivery of a performance that will inspire and satisfy the audience (the clients).”

Encore to the presenters today!

As music is hailed to be the universal language of mankind, may quality of service and products that exceed customer expectations, be the universal language of businesses that make economies and countries prosper!

Diverso Technology (Pty) Ltd

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Somerset West Business Park
Somerset West
Western Cape
7130

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