Luke 16:1 “And he said also unto his disciples, There was a certain rich man, which had a steward; and the same was accused unto him that he had wasted his goods.”
Luke 16:2 “And he called him, and said unto him, How is it that I hear this of thee? give an account of thy stewardship; for thou mayest be no longer steward.”
Luke 16:2 “So he called him in and said, ‘What’s this I hear about you? You’re fired. And I want a complete audit of your books.'”(MSG)
You abuse customers and handle them poorly. Those were some of the ways the steward in Luke 16 mismanaged his Master’s goods.
A pointer to how he mishandled the customers was that when he was given his marching orders he rushed back and started “treating them well” albeit still using mismanagement techniques.
How did you treat your bosses and subordinates in 2015? Who and who did you fight that led to low productivity in your organisation? Friend, this is the time to make amends; that’s why this piece is coming your way!
When finally this steward failed the self-audit, probably the same way you’re failing in some or most of the areas we are discussing now…am laughing, what did he do? What was his response?
Remember, the aim of audit is “to help us ensure compliance with established policies and operational procedures, and to recommend necessary changes”.
Listen to Mr. Steward: I love it in the Message translation;
Luke 16:4 “Ah, I’ve got a plan. Here’s what I’ll do…”(MSG)
I love that! He hatched a plan and carried out his plans! He made a U-turn and made up his mind that there must be a change. Things must not continue the way they are.
The aim of every audit is self improvement. It will be a waste of time if by December 2016 you’re still where you are, repeating the same mistakes and errors.
To be continued…
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