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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tim Stokes 
 
 Article Title :: How To Own A Business... Instead Of A Job
 
Every business is run by someone who took on a risk with their time and money. So I believe that person should be rewarded. Too often as business owners we forget to enjoy ourselves. We forget that we deserve to be paid far more than any of our team.Every week for week after week we are often challenged financially. We work 60 hours or more a year and possibly take a few weeks holiday at Christmas, when there might not be as many customers around.If I am talking about you these wo things I am about to reveal are exactly what you have been looking to learn about.The two things every business needs more of are... team training and documented systems!No matter wha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Anne Alexander 
 
 Article Title :: Turnaround or Terminate? How to Deal with Problem Employees
 
Do you struggle with a "problem" employee? If so, join the crowd! Many of my coaching clients - businesses owners or managers - tear their hair out over one or more toxic employees. In our business environment, we tend to recreate the dynamics of the family we grew up, so no wonder problems develop.It's amazing often a business owner or manager will endure a "problem" employee, unable to help the employee make positive changes and unable to fire them when necessary. Tolerating a problem employee is like walking around with a sliver in your foot - highly irritating, but you can kind of get used to it. Then, when you finally pull it out, you can't believe the relief! That relief gene  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ramon Greenwood 
 
 Article Title :: Few Things Are More Destructive Than An Insecure Boss
 
Few things are more destructive to a career than a boss who is insecure. Unfortunately, it is a near certainty that most people will encounter one or more such persons along the way.“The actions of an insecure boss will eventually create an insecure organization, riddled with anxiety and indecision,” says Ramon Greenwood, senior career counselor at Common Sense At Work.com. “People will spend more time looking over their shoulders than looking ahead. Good defenses become more important than effective offenses.”Seven Traits Of An Insecure BossYou will know your boss is suffering from an insecurity complex when he or she is engaging in behavior highlighted  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kay Graham-Gilbert 
 
 Article Title :: What is the Most Difficult Part of an Improvement Program?
 
Answer: Starting one.Most of us realize that there is probably a better way to perform certain functions or tasks, but improvement programs seem to take second seat to getting the product out the door. But wait a minute. Wouldn't streamlined ways of doing the work help to get the product out the door faster? Of course, but it is just so hard to set aside time to "think" about improvement programs, let alone initiate them. Most process improvement activities today are part of a technology initiative, but they do not need to be limited to these activities. Further, most Business Process Improvement (BPI) efforts conducted with the installation of a new system, just scratch the su  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ramon Greenwood 
 
 Article Title :: Warning! Meeting In Progress; May Be Hazardous To Your Career
 
There ought to be a sign posted on every closed office and conference room door that reads: Warning! Meeting In Progress! May Be Hazardous To Your Career.Because most meetings burn up a lot of resources that could be spent on useful purposes. These sessions are either not necessary, or they are so poorly organized and conducted that they achieve only a fraction of their purpose.You’d think any thing that dangerous would be drastically reduced if not eradicated. Not so, the number of meetings appears to be proliferating.How Much Are Meetings Costing Your Company?How much of a problem are meetings for you and your employer?Is the time spent in meeting  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Fundamentals for Effective Meeting
 
Here are ten fundamental concepts that characterize an effective meeting.Definition: A meeting is a business activity where select people gather to perform work that requires a team effort.A meeting, like any business event, succeeds when it is preceded by planning, characterized by focus, governed by structure, and controlled by a budget.Three things guarantee an unproductive meeting: poor planning, lack of appropriate process, and hostile culture. Effective leaders attend to all of these to create an effective meeting.Effective meetings require sharing control and making commitments.Short meetings free people to work on the essential activities that  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: 13 Comments on Bad Meetings
 
Bad meetings are a cultural malady that senior executives pass on to new employees.Long pointless meetings are useful in that they keep incompetent people from interfering with those who are working.An employee who needs permission to buy a box of paperclips can spend tens of thousands of dollars worth of employee time on bad meetings.Many people attempt to save time by Not planning. This false short cut guarantees that everyone will spend more time later.Unstructured spontaneity leads to serendipity, which (in business) leads to bankruptcy.Meetings are a magnetic opiate that keep people from the tasks they were hired to perform.The main act  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Skip Shuda 
 
 Article Title :: Show Me the Money!
 
Are you ready to raise money for your startup?Leslie Mitts, Managing Practice Leader at the Wharton SBDC and Lead Advisor for the Wharton Venture Initiation Program, tells us that most entrepreneurs coming through her programs are focused on raising capital, even though there are higher priorities in many of their businesses. Since fresh dollars help drive the business engine, this is a natural entrepreneurial concern.But are you ready to raise money?Going to investors before you are really ready can damage your reputation and may actually hinder future funding efforts.Team and a Dream uses a unique Fundability Diagnostic to help companies assess their strength  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Terry Freedman 
 
 Article Title :: Using, Choosing, and Using an educational consultant
 
IntroductionThe aim of this document is to provide advice and guidance in choosing a consultant in the field of education. You may be the headteacher or principal of a school or college, an officer in a local education authority (LEA) or school district, or the director of a private company wishing to undertake work in the educational sector. This article focuses mainly on information and communication technology (ICT), but the underlying principles also apply more generally.Using a consultantConsultants, at least in the UK, have a poor reputation as a species, and yet they are in greater demand than ever. Why? Why would any organisation elect to use a consultant rath  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Severo Santos 
 
 Article Title :: Integrity... Should It Matter?
 
In our fast paced work culture, manned by technology savvy generation in a globally competitive environment, quality and productivity became the battle cry of corporations to stay in business. Though this is not necessarily bad, an equally important ingredient to succeed is seemingly taking the back seat.Knowledge and Skill--- two competencies, through the years, were given much emphasis by the corporate world. As long as the job is done, the sales target is met, attitude, character and habits of employees became secondary in importance.When evaluating employees for promotion, leaders are at times in dilemma to choose between a technically competent guy with a not so good ch  (read full article)
 
 
 
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