Ω Eight YMD SGM level leaders were moved to the MD. One became a vice-honbu, while the seven were without new leadership appointment. In the past, YMD transfer to MD would usually be appointed to new position in MD, two levels lower, like SGM level leader becoming a Honbu leader. This is strategic and make sense because… Read More 6 things we learned from SGM in 2017
Interesting times in SGM currently. With the Johor crisis behind us, the actions of some of our leaders seem peculiar. Are they pushing members away from the organisation and from Ikeda Sensei. Let me quote a few instances. Leaders who raised questions about transparency and good governance in SGM and ask awkward questions about the… Read More Why are some SGM leaders pushing members away from Sensei?
Personnel action (appointment of leaders) carried out intelligently will enrich an organisation and develop the abilities of its members. On the contrary, haphazard personnel changes can destroy an organisation and prevent its members from displaying their talents. Flight, The Human Revolution, Book 2, pg. 833, World Tribune Press Perhaps nothing was more important than personnel… Read More Jan 2 1953 – Young Ikeda appointed as First Corps YMD Chief
The effects are… One – No time for dialogue and personal fostering These situations are familiar and if we look closer, you will certainly find it. This is also the reason that many leaders today reject appointments to more central positions. They knew that the responsibilities is inhuman. Also, almost all Chiefs violate the guidance… Read More Chief problems in SGM – Part 2
Before we begin, let us be clear that this is not an attack on any particular individual. Nor is it to find fault or to assign blame. We wanted to share what we see and observed, and what we think is not right with the system. We cannot move ahead if we do not reflect… Read More Chief problems in SGM – Part 1
Congratulations on your new appointment as the YMD Chief! Honestly speaking, this is really a tough job, particularly at this juncture in time, where SGM is going through some rough patches. We don’t envy you. We salute and respect you for having the balls to take up this position. This is sincere praise, not sarcasm… Read More A love letter to the New YMD Chief