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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kal Bishop 
 
 Article Title :: Creativity and Innovation Management: Incubation and Insight
 
Creativity can be defined as problem identification and idea generation whilst innovation can be defined as idea selection, development and commercialisation.There are other useful definitions in this field, for example, creativity can be defined as consisting of a number of ideas, a number of diverse ideas and a number of novel ideas.There are distinct processes that enhance problem identification and idea generation and, similarly, distinct processes that enhance idea selection, development and commercialisation. Whilst there is no sure fire route to commercial success, these processes improve the probability that good ideas will be generated and selected and that investme  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: How to Create Trust
 
People buy from you, offer help, and grant rewards based on trust. Here are ways to increase your success by creating trust. While we do most of these things, missing even one of them can ruin it all.Be Dependable* Deliver what you promise and promise only what you can deliver. Report delays immediately.* Be on time. Leave early for appointments. Set realistic deadlines allowing for the unexpected.* Show courtesy by returning phone calls.* Be predictable. Use self control: anger repels and scares others.Listen* Show interest and respect by paying attention to what the other person is saying.* Ask questions. Then make it easy to an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Josh Greenberg 
 
 Article Title :: Tales from the Corporate Frontlines: Senior Management and Directional Change
 
This article relates to the Senior/Top Level management of an organization, and how a huge vision of directional change translates into the day-to-day operation of the company. AlphaMeasure defines senior management as the team of individuals at the highest level who have the day-to-day responsibilities of operating the organization. For many employees, this competency will target the managers occupying positions above their immediate supervisors. This competency covers topics such as strategic leadership, corporate vision, and corporate direction. Evaluating this competency can be especially useful in understanding how much your workforce favors the present direction of the organization.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Pickard 
 
 Article Title :: The 70% Solution: Practical Testing and Version Control
 
"What do you mean you need to push back the launch date?" Says the CEO. Says the CFO. Says the user community. CTOs, CIOs, and all officers who oversee major development projects have had to deliver the dreaded message. But a deadline for the sake of a deadline is a dangerous pitfall that can consume an entire project and stymie it to the point that it never launches. Over the years I've come up with six simple rules that help deadlines become more meaningful, while keeping the developers, the user community, the CFO and the CEO all satisfied.1. Always have minor version control throughout development. Group functional requirements into minor versions so that core functionali  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert Hamel 
 
 Article Title :: Get Down With OCP: Evaluating DBA Job Applicants in an OCP World
 
Not long ago, weeding through DBA applicants with a tech interview was a straightforward process. You'd ask candidates 200 or so technical questions. If they got 100 correct answers, you knew they'd been around the block; 150 or more and you knew you were on to superior talent. But once the Oracle Certification Program (OCP) became popular in the late 90s, the traditional tech interview lost its effectiveness. These days, candidates can answer 180 questions correctly and you still won't know whether they're talking from experience or simply regurgitating what they memorized at OCP a few weeks earlier. Although it has become increasingly difficult to determine whether you've found   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dave Taylor 
 
 Article Title :: Can What Someone Does Off-hours Affect Your Business?
 
Q: How much do I have to worry about what people who are part of my far-flung "virtual" corporation do when they're not working directly for me? I can't share too many details because the situation is touchy, as you might expect, but basically I have someone working for me as a writer, contributing material for my blog, and I have been hearing that he's writing some pretty far out, offensive material on other sites. Do I need to worry about it?A: This is a difficult situation, no question, and one that comes up more and more as we've moved away from employee-as-chattel-for-life and towards plug-and- play cogs in all the machines of the modern economy. I wrestle with this myself t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka - 
 
 Article Title :: Design For Six Sigma
 
Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) is the application of Six Sigma principles to the design of products and their manufacturing and support processes. Whereas Six Sigma by definition focuses on the production phase of a product, DFSS focuses on research, design, and development phases. DFSS combines many of the tools that are used to improve existing products or services and integrates the voice of the customer and simulation methods to predict new process and product performance. DFSS can be compared to DMAIC (Design, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) and often the acronym DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify) is used to describe the strategy of DFSS. The precise phases   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tracy Peterson Turner, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Conquering the Number One Problem in Business--Poor Communication
 
The Number One problem in business is poor communication: between coworkers, with clients, across functional areas, up the food chain. When I ask anyone I meet “What’s the one thing that causes problems in your company?” the answer is always Communication: poor communication in relaying instructions, miscommunication because of irresponsible delivery, too little information when conveying changes in policies or procedures, not enough exchange of information when relaying new concepts or ideas.The result of every one of these communication down-falls is misunderstandings, missed deadlines, hurt feelings, and a lot of wasted time.Consider this ideal world: you have ample  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tracy Peterson Turner, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Finding Proactive Solutions: A Key to Demonstrating Your Management Fitness
 
In my book Talking Points: 25 Tips for Clear, Credible Communication, Tip #17 states: “Managers and professionals in positions of responsibility got there by finding solutions to problems. They didn’t rely on someone else to come up with the remedy. They worked to find solutions proactively.” Those of us in positions of responsibility can demonstrate our management fitness by looking for and adding a proactive step whenever we encounter potential problems. Adding that proactive step demonstrates our ability to take responsibility for the outcome of situations. Nothing speaks “management” more than this.Finding creative solutions to unusual and routine situations helps de  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert Abbott 
 
 Article Title :: Communicating with Case Studies:Provide Value
 
A few weeks ago, a couple of colleagues and I discussed a new business idea. But, we had trouble expressing how this new business would provide value.And, out of our discussions came the idea of writing a case study. If you're not familiar with them, case studies are histories of business initiatives.They're like articles, but they put the reader into the shoes of a person making a difficult decision. Other professions also use case studies; you've probably heard of medical case studies, for example. Medical students get a set of facts about a patient, and perhaps some background or context, and then must diagnose the patient's condition or disease.Business case  (read full article)
 
 
 
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