Caleb has a unique view toward business management.
Every organization has an objective, strategy, resource, operation system, and management system.
A problem may occur in one part of them, or it may occur in their relationships.
One should diagnose the current status of an organization by viewing the organization as a whole.
The integrated view on business enables consistent perspectives on a variety of innovative management approaches, and it makes the approaches more practical and applicable.
Caleb has different views on organizations and people.
An organization is not a ¡° machine ¡± to achieve its objectives but an ¡° organism. ¡±
An organization inherently pursues to preserve its life and vitality.
Therefore, business should focus on relationship than on process.
The leading part of an organic organization is people.
Caleb excludes a viewpoint that sees people as a means.
People on their own right are the objective of existence.