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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Julio Quintana 
 
 Article Title :: It’s Not All About Cheese: The Missing Component in Employee Development (Part 2)
 
In part one of this article I told you about how perceptions are changing in the workplace. In part two, I want to tell you more about the “Merge Point Method” and how it helps you create training programs that lead to stronger collaboration between individuals and teams.The Wrong FocusIt is fascinating that the first thing we do when identifying human resources needs is list the job skills for the position (cognitive and technical). But when given the choice between two equally qualified applicants we tend to choose based on their level of “personal maturity”. Traits like self-confidence and other characteristics (like guiding awareness of values, goal orientation,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Judy Ringer 
 
 Article Title :: How to Keep a Good Employee: Look, Listen, Learn
 
Recently a client told me a wonderful story about how a change of attitude helped her to keep a valued employee.Angry and grumbling about one of the provisions in the company policy, the employee asked for a private meeting with my client, the owner of a small sales company, and began to tell her in direct terms what was wrong. The client couldn't hear anything the employee was saying because she was too busy planning her own rebuttal strategy. It was important to let the employee know that the policy was a good one. On the other hand, she didn't want to lose her top sales agent. Physically, she could feel her body clenching and mentally, she was preoccupied with what she should sa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Measure the Right Things.
 
Measure the right things. It’s not enough just to measure—you have to measure the right things.A common measurement trap is to measure something because it’s “interesting.” If knowing a measurement won’t change anything (e.g., help you make a decision, verify an assumption or prove the problem is solved), then don’t waste your time measuring it.Another common trap in defining the problem success criteria is to lose the direct connection to the problem. Somehow it’s very easy to unintentionally expand the problem with general improvements that are good things to do, but aren’t really necessary to solve the problem at hand.Avoid these traps: on  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Use Your Project Management Skills
 
Solving a big problem is a project: you’re far more likely to solve it successfully if you treat it like one. That means you’ll need to identify tasks, make and adjust assignments, and keep track of what is due when.Get on the right track immediately by starting a task list as soon as you start working on the problem. Every time you think of something that needs to be done, put it on your task list along with the owner, due date and completion criteria (how you’re going to know the task is successfully completed). That way, you won’t have to worry about forgetting important details, or waste time constantly reconstructing the list in your mind.Once the problem is def  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dan Strakal 
 
 Article Title :: Focus on Outcomes to Keep Your Business On-Course
 
Did you know that an airplane in flight is off course nearly 98% of the time? No flight is completed in a straight line from Point A to Point B. Gravity, side winds, updrafts, and downdrafts are continually moving the plane off course. And yet, the majority of flights arrive at their planned destinations safely and on time. How do airline pilots make this happen? They continually keep the outcome or result in mind, say departing from Los Angeles and arriving in Honolulu. Pilots constantly make corrections to compensate for outside forces affecting the plane and use a proven set of process steps to keep everything on course.Closer to home, how can you, as the pilot of your bus  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dan Strakal 
 
 Article Title :: Stopping The Brain Drain: How To Capture Key Business Knowledge Before It Walks Out The Door
 
The verdict is in: More and more baby boomers will be leaving the workplace sooner, rather than later. Many industries are predicting that between 25 and 45% of their more senior employees will soon be departing their organizations. And as they leave, they will be taking vast amounts of accumulated business knowledge with them.Why the mass exodus? As the age of the workforce increases, a greater number of people will be leaving their jobs due to death, disability, or retirement. For several decades, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has been tracking the numbers of baby boomers leaving the workplace and reports that close to 25 million people will have left the workforce in the ye  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Fisher 
 
 Article Title :: Running Successful Meetings - The Key Steps To Getting It Right
 
We all complain about meetings which are a waste of our time and the truth of the matter is that so many are exactly that. We've also seen the "corridor" meeting that takes place afterwards where it seems the real decisions are taken, or the agreed decisions are overturned.You'll get your chance at some point in your career to run your own meeting - is yours going to go the same way? or will you make sure it's effective and does the job it is supposed to?Well run meetings contribute to team building and high morale; badly run meetings are at best a waste of everyone's time and at worst potentially damaging to relationships and the business as a whole.Here's how you ca  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Brunkhorst 
 
 Article Title :: Increase Productivity: Five Powerful Actions
 
How can you make the best use of your energy to increase productivity each day? Here are five actions that can increase productivity and leave energy to spare. They will also help you to achieve more balance between your work and personal life.The key to increased productivity is to focus on managing actions and energy rather than time. I am going to refer to time as energy because using time always involves energy expenditure. Investing your energy wisely will provide you with additional energy in return.1. Manage actions and priorities.Time management is action-management. Think of time as physical and mental energy that you expend through actions. The  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Di Frances 
 
 Article Title :: Selective Job Cuts Often Benefits Firm More Than Broad Layoffs Over Long Term
 
It is difficult to pick up a newspaper or listen to a business news broadcast without being greeted with the announcement of another massive corporate layoff or cutback. The economy catches a chill and, as a result, the corporate world catches a profits "cold." Before long the pink slips begin to fly. We have come to accept this as the inevitable employment cycle. Is it any wonder that employees feel so little loyalty toward their employers?On the other hand, corporations seem to have no alternatives. With the squeeze on profits, and stockholders and analysts anxiously watching, company leaders feel that they must act quickly or bear the wrath of Wall Street. They understand t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Anthony Licate 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Surefire Ways to Bring Your Business Objectives Full Circle with Technology
 
All small to mid-sized company owners want to know where their dollar is being spent when it comes to computer technology in their organization. The challenge is for them to get the information they need to make the right purchasing decisions. ‘Tell me in English why you think we need this technology in our company?’ That question goes through every company owner’s mind and mouth. Getting the answer that makes sense to them is another story. How can the people in charge of your company understand what the value is of specific technology if their computer support people cannot articulate why it is so important?This guide will assist every company owner in understanding how to   (read full article)
 
 
 
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