The Iching divination system was humanity’s original change management tool. When it comes to strategic decision-making, the Iching offer us a way to stimulate our intuition, enhance our creativity, improve our timing and make better decisions. Good decision-making more than any other factor determines our level of success and happiness in all areas of life. As we face more challenges, or when crises or emotional reactions start to flood consciousness, logical reasoning becomes inadequate, if not impaired. No matter how much information you think you have its normal to have doubts about whether or not you’re making the best decision.
The areas of opportunity for the company are its ability to implement quick changes. The company has a high-power distance index and there is a continual rewards program that is dependent on the collectivistic training scope of the company. Owing to this, the company can use its business model to meet the requirement of the people. The company can use the tenets of Inching to bring changes in the company. The Iching is considered to be classical divination systems. The people in China have deep respect for this system. Iching, also called “the Book of Change,” is the world’s oldest oracle. The Wikipedia will tell you the whole background about it, but here is my version of what it is: I Ching is a collection of great wisdom from more than 2600 years of many many generations’ efforts. It uses 64 hexagrams to explain 64 interconnected categories of situations in the universe. All is to understand and illustrate the change and the personal influence in it. The I Ching connects the outer world and inner world seamlessly. It reveals the great wisdom about what a man can do to respond to what arises between heaven and earth, from situation to situation, from moment to moment. It believes that the law of the universe lies in the law of changes — which is 1) Change is constantly present; 2) There is non-changing law at work in all changes. 3) Understands the order in all changes in the outer universe, man can apply similarly to the inner universe. In this way a man’s behaviour is in alignment with himself, the outer world and the changes. This brings the good fortune and the misfortune hence avoided. The only thing we can count on is that things will change — whether we like the ways things unfold or not. In an effort to be harmoniously in sync with the changes that happen, modern experts developed a discipline called “change management.”