What is a Virtual Management Team? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Prof. Paul Douglas Katchings   
Wednesday, 20 February 2008
What is a Virtual Management Team?
     Skills 31 Teams® Organization
Written by Prof. Paul Douglas Katchings 
He selects his men and they exploit the situation.” SUN TZU
A Virtual Management Team©, VMT (Skills 31 Teams® Organization)is an “organic structure” mimicking the way that humans come into existence from the division of cells. This organizational structure will become a standard part of the 21st Century business model along with the Solar Cycle Budget© a nd Product Equity Value©.

There are five levels to a VMT i.e. Skills 31 Teams® Organization just as there are five levels necessary for the cell divisions of 1-2-4-8-16, making up the 31-cell blueprint for a complete human being in nine months.  Each of these five levels contains dual (ying-yang) information about structure and function as it relates to the current seed (first cell) and the future whole human being – about 100 trillion cells in nine months.


Nature has given us this five-fold 31 ‘organizational’ blueprint so that we can discover God’s or the External’s standard design so that we can ‘manage’ things according to a science based reality. Not so obvious in this eternal design is that a human being comes into existences in 279 days which is 9 times a 31 day month. Moreover in five geometrical steps starting with 1 Child there are 5 generations that each of us are genetically connected to.


  1 Child

  1.   2 Parents
  2.   4 Grandparents
  3.   8 Great Grandparents
  4. 16 Great-Great Grandparents


The first 5 Perfect Numbers are integrally connected to 5 Prime numbers.


For quick review a prime number is a number that is divisible by itself or 1. A perfect number is a number that is the Sum of the original number’s perfect divisors.


The beginning of both prime number and perfect are with ‘0’ and not with ‘1’ as so many text books states. Let’s look at the first 5 perfect numbers and where these numbers came from:


5 Prime Numbers                         First 5 Perfect Numbers

  1.         0                                                0
  2.         1                                                1
  3.         3                                                6
  4.         7                                               28
  5.       31                                              496


Notice that the 5 Prime Numbers in column 1 matches the description of prime numbers being divided only by 1 (except for 0 which is a special undefined case) and itself?


Next notice that the first perfect number of ‘0’ is the sum of ‘0’ by perfect number definitions and that the digit ‘1’ meets the same perfect number criteria of being the sum of its perfect divisor which is 1?


The 5th perfect number 496 is the sum of all of the numbers from 0 to 31 but since 496 when divided conventionally by ‘0’ is ‘0’ we states that the 9 perfect divisors starts with the digit 1:


  1.      1
  2.      2
  3.      4
  4.      8
  5.    16
  6.    31
  7.    62
  8.  124
  9.  248



Take the example of a boiled chicken egg.  Peel the egg starting from the outer shell.  You will find a five-fold structure: Shell - Membrane - White - Membrane - Yoke.  There are many more examples in nature that illustrate this five-fold structure.  They all follow the exact five-step geometrical design consisting of 31 pieces.

Another example is the human skeleton.  If you can get your hands on a human (preferably upright) skeleton, then count the number of nerve endings and you will find 31 pairs of nerve endings.

This is our first opportunity to bring science to business organization.
Precise structural speed is what is missing in business “creative thinking” for problem-solving.

To be a member of an effective Virtual Management Team© each participant must have mastered this genetic organizational design as their primary tool for managing dynamic situations as they arise for clients.

Virtual Management Teams© are specifically designed to manage 21st Century public companies where largeness, transparency and speed of effective management are the three primary components to be managed.  Through the use of state-of-the-art virtual software, these teams will take the guesswork out of business organization and management.

New publicly traded companies are run by Virtual Management Teams© (VMT) where the monthly contract fees range from $7,500 to $20,000 along with negotiated equity in each IPO for each of the 31 VMT members.  Each VMT manages 16 startups, destined to become publicly traded companies.  The VMTs will be using proprietary software where the 16 VMT members on the fifth level of the VMT members are the actual Presidents-COOs of each startup.  The founders remain the Chairpersons and CEOs.

Over 86,000 publicly traded companies have capitalization structures that must be upgraded starting 2016-2017.  From the discovery that the current corporate business and venture capital models are broken, the demand for the skills of Virtual Management Teams© will rise.  These teams will implement and work with newly formed public corporations.

Are you fit to be a member of a Virtual Management Team©?

The primary tool required by each member of the Virtual Management Teams© is to understand exactly how value is created for a public company.  With moderate up-to-date information of world events, the ability to obtain nine individual skills sets and the ability to pay special attention by honing group discussion skills, one is ready to be a member.

What are the 8 qualities required of Virtual Management Team© members?

1.    Organizing Ability: One must understand that organization is scientific and exact and always follow a five-step geometric process of 1-2-4-8-16 through the vegetable and animal kingdoms where each Virtual Management Team© consists of exactly 31 members.  Deploying the most effective utilization and management of available resources is the answer to the “why” question when asked.

2.    The ability to work from anywhere: One must be able and enjoy the responsibility of working from anywhere one chooses, assisted by the Virtual Management Team©.

3.    Effective Intelligence: One must be able to use one’s intelligence to quickly understand the whole objective while applying delegated expertise to meet dynamic deadlines.

4.    Wisdom of responsibility:

5.    Initiative: one must have a strong innate will to succeed beyond the monetary rewards.

6.    Stamina: One must have the ability to endure adversity without breaking down.

7.    Foresight: By having a continuous and well-read awareness of world events, one must have the foresight to anticipate, respond and advise other team members according.

8.    Effective communicator: One must have the ability project one’s messages with a sense of purpose.


Prof. P.D. Katchings

President Skills 31 Teams®


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