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Category :: Management Articles Author :: RJ Lancaster 
 
 Article Title :: So, You Want to be in Management? Five Essential Factors that Will Determine Your Chances
 
The following information is based upon over 500 interviews with senior executives with whom I conducted over the past four years. These senior executives represent a variety of industries and organizations. It is interesting to note the similarities of their responses. The research concentrated on five areas:1. How they gained their experience and knowledge to become a senior executive.2. What are their attitudes and opinions concerning the youth of today?3. What are they most concerned about in running an organization in today’s society?4. What are their hobbies and interests outside of work?5. What do they read to keep current?How they gained  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Abel Cheng 
 
 Article Title :: Management: Can Your Business Run Without You?
 
If you are a business owner or a business owner to be, let's examine this scenario.Like other people, you are so excited when you first started your own business. But after a few months, you come to realize that you work longer hours than what you expected...and you even have to work on weekends!You feel more exhausted than you used to be and you start to have doubts whether you should start your own business in the first place.You are suffering from, what Michael Gerber says, entrepreneur seizure. Michael says that most small business owners were used to be "technicians" before starting their own business. For example, if you are good at baking, naturally you'll open  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Joe Miller 
 
 Article Title :: Bar Charts Brought to Life: Index of Interactive Information for HTML and PDF
 
Bar Charts and the Information ChallengeWhether one is an unknown entrepreneur or Donald Trump, an elementary school teacher or a university president, a 6th grader researching other countries or a government leader visiting them, each person in any capacity has at least one thing in common: information.Let me explain why I use bar charts as an example. Whether information is being acquired or distributed for business or educational purposes, the challenge that arises is how to compile all of the information. Bar charts are just one example of a variety of instruments for displaying information which is precise, yet simple.This time is referred to as   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Linda Henman 
 
 Article Title :: Creating Advisory Boards
 
There is no substitute for soliciting the opinions of the executive team, the people who will be most affected by change or its absence. However, often the answers to complicated questions don’t lie within those most affected. Frequently the CEO will need to look outside the organization for advice and wisdom. Sometimes this comes for a Board of Directors, a body of individuals that has the duty of influencing a company’s direction. Members of this board have a fiduciary responsibility to represent the shareholders by making pivotal decisions.Advisory Boards, on the other hand, do not vote, nor do they have fiduciary obligations. Rather, as the name implies, they exist for   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Linda Henman 
 
 Article Title :: Don't Hire Squirrels to be Your Top Dogs
 
Bad hiring decisions cost organizations, both in dollars and lost opportunities. But getting the right people in the right places doing the right thing is not easy. It requires painstaking efforts and objective information. Mergers, acquisitions, downsizing, and growth all require an unprecedented need for information about how to hire top performers and a framework for assessing the competencies required to lead people during extraordinary times. Therefore, hiring the right people involves more than guesswork and subjectivity. The formula is simple but not easy: know what a squirrel is and set a trap to catch them.“Russian Doll” management, the phenomenon by which manager  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Graham Yemm 
 
 Article Title :: Getting the Most from Appraisals
 
Does your organisation have one of those annual ‘occasions’ that few look forward to: the annual appraisal or performance review? How do you look forward to it? I wonder how people talk about it before and after?Are appraisals worth doing? If done properly – yes. If done poorly – no!!!Why have appraisals? When carried out properly they can achieve a number of benefits for all parties. The organisation, the manager and the appraisee can: establish current levels of performance, and the organisation benchmark across departments or functions, identify ways of improving performance, individually and collectively, set clear goals for the fu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Why You Should Hold One More Meeting
 
If you are completely happy with where you and your business currently are then you can stop here. If growth and change aren’t something you have any interest in, there is no need for you to read any further.I’m serious. You can move on.But if you do think there are new opportunities to explore, if you do think that there are ways to improve your results, then read on. I’m going to show you how scheduling a new meeting periodically can help make that happen.That’s right, a meeting.The Idea MeetingAn idea meeting is a meeting that exists to create, stimulate, encourage and honor ideas. Its entire purpose is to identify and consider new   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Unveiling the Value of Your Expertise
 
All of us have knowledge, expertise, and experience that others can benefit from. This is one of the reasons we play some of the roles in life that we play: leader, trainer, teacher, coach, mentor, and more. We all can contribute to other’s success with our expertise. Unfortunately, some things keep us from doing this as successfully as we could.This article will outline several of the things that get in our way and suggest ways to improve our ability to succeed in having our expertise used successfully by others.IgnoranceHere is a fundamental truth - most of us don’t recognize how much we know. When we’ve done something for a long time, or read about   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Increasing the Return on Your Training Investment
 
Insightful leaders and organizations recognize that training is a valuable tool for personal and professional development and therefore set some sort of an annual training budget.Most everyone I’ve ever talked to has been to both excellent training (hopefully ours!) and training that was, well, not so good. In a perfect world we could connect the best training experiences with the best application back in the workplace. This would make the equation easy – pick great training, insuring that people would apply what they have learned, and the result would be a tremendous return on the investment for those funds spent on training.As a deliverer of training and as one who ha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Turnover: Seven Reasons Why People Quit Their Jobs
 
There are many reasons why good employees quit and go to another company, perhaps even your competitor. Most of the reasons start with management and most are preventable. Good people don’t leave good companies, they leave poor managers. Here are seven reasons. Are they prevalent in your organization? Management demands that one person do the jobs of two or more people, resulting in longer days and weekend work. This turns into a morale killer not only for the person but for the team.Management doesn't allow the rank and file to make decisions about their work. Therefore, employees see their job as only a job rather than developing enthusiasm and pride of   (read full article)
 
 
 
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