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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin 
 
 Article Title :: Nine Reasons Why Mentoring Matters to You
 
There are many roles we play or hats we wear in our lives. We are professionals, family members, brothers, sisters, co-workers, leaders, coaches, friends, parents, and neighbors to name just a few. While you may not wear all of the hats I listed, you can likely add several more that I left out! Many of these roles are a given – we donÂ’t have much choice of having the role – they come with being a responsible adult. Because of these many roles, we find ourselves very busy. Many tasks and priorities find us perhaps busier now than we have ever been before! With these two factors, many roles and little time, it may seem absurd to write an article that encou  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin 
 
 Article Title :: Praise Matters
 
In working with businesses and organizations of all kinds, I hear the same concerns everyday: How do we increase productivity? How do we improve Customer service? How do we keep people actively engaged in their work and with others on their team? How do we reduce turnover? How do we improve safety? Even if you arenÂ’t thinking about or concerned about every one of those questions, IÂ’m sure at least one of them has kept you up at night in the past. As leaders we think about these things because they impact the success of the organization. As coaches we think about how to impact these things day-t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Matthew Noel 
 
 Article Title :: Inventory Control: Can You Afford Not To?
 
Inventory control is the most basic form of protection that you should have in your retail establishment. If you have people come into your location, then you need to make sure they are not leaving with anything that they should not be. But, many business owners do not know the right way to handle inventory control. There are various methods that you can use and they all work well in their specialties. If you have had enough with shoplifting, employees stealing or other loss prevention issues, then it is time to consider a reliable inventory control system. First, take a good look at your options. There are several options in front of you as well. For many, a simple security sy  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Helen Wilkie 
 
 Article Title :: Communication Smoothes the Path of Change
 
Productivity almost always suffers in times of great change, because employee stress dramatically increases due to the universal fear of the unknown. In these times, communication becomes more important than ever. Often senior executives genuinely believe they are communicating with employees when it comes to matters that affect them. Unfortunately, they often underestimate the number of matters that includes, for the fact is that most high level decisions will affect employees in one way or another. (That's why a new law recently went into effect in Britain forcing employers to answer employees' questions on any changes or decisions that affect them.) So how  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dan Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Supply chain management 101
 
Answering the question of what Supply Chain Management is, is as simple as breaking down the phrase into its component parts. Supplies are those inputs that a company relies upon to produce the product that will ultimately reach its customers. The chain is the group of suppliers that bring those inputs to a company and the process whereby those inputs are integrated into the company. And finally, management is the coordination and organization of all these inputs and their implementation. So put it all together, and Supply Chain Management is the science and art of improving the processes that bring suppliers of raw materials together and move those materials through the company until they r  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Johnny Bee 
 
 Article Title :: True Information Management: Far More Than Technical Automation Support
 
Across the Regular army, the term Selective information Management connotes different substance. In a garrison environment, a unit or section selective information direction military officer is typically that computer smart individual responsible for keeping their respective automation assets properly configured and Entropy Assurance Vulnerability Alert compliant in accordance with Directorate of Info Management policy. In a tactical setting, specifically at division and higher echelons wherever command and control and C2 entropy systems are the centerpiece of trading operations, the IM mission takes on a much More encompassing and critical function. A office that has the INTER  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jack Palone 
 
 Article Title :: Information Lifecycle Management: Mastering Complexity
 
The keystone to efficient information and repositing direction lies with a simple principle: information has a lifecycle and it should only be stored as long as compulsory by stage business and regulatory requirements. Nevertheless, the traditional methods of giving medication do not suffice for the complex relationships among structured and unstructured. New generations of solutions ar evolving to meet byplay leaders' inevitably piece reducing in operation(p) peril, meeting regulatory submission, and improving system handiness. Withal, like every quantum change with strategic and operating(a) , reality is not keeping pace with the expectations of individuals and organizations t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Meryl K. Evans 
 
 Article Title :: Writing an Request for Proposal (RFP)
 
A while back, a potential client provided me with some general details of the writing work he wanted me to do for his company. Then he asked me to send him a proposal. Proposal?! I panicked as I tried to confirm with him what he meant by that since I had never done one before, at least not as a freelancer. I must've not really wanted to pursue this opportunity since I didn't bother to do research or follow up with the company after submitting a contract instead of a proposal. A little time passed, I came across an article on writing RFPs (Request for Proposal). Ding! The light bulb went on. This guy verbally gave me his RFP and wanted a written response.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Meryl K. Evans 
 
 Article Title :: Crisis Management
 
The Internet may have opened worlds for businesses and consumers, but it has also created a public relations nightmare for businesses. Forums, opinion Web sites, blogs, and anything that is publishable can smear a company's name in moments. Remember, "Yours Is a Very Bad Hotel" presentation that described one customer's bad experience with a hotel chain? Hotels are run by humans. Humans make mistakes. It's how you handle the mistakes that can make the difference in customer service. Since the hotel's employees didn't try to help the customer overcome a bad situation, the customer lashed back and bloggers blogged it. If the hotel is on top of its game, it would unlea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Coach Kathy 
 
 Article Title :: Blind Spots -- (If you don't check your mirrors, you're going to crashÂ…)
 
For a driver, a blind spot is an area not easily seen. It may be the area the mirrors miss, either beside or behind the driver...or is simply forgotten by the driver. Accidents occur when the driver changes lanes and there is another car in their blind spot. In some cases, the other car is hit or forced to take evasive action and possibly causes a bigger accident. Anatomically, Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, says: In anatomy, one's blind spot is the region of the retina where the optic nerve and blood vessels pass through to connect to the back of the eye. Since there are no light receptors there, a part of the field of vision is not perceived. The brain fills in the   (read full article)
 
 
 
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