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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill Lee 
 
 Article Title :: Business Relationship Germs
 
In management seminars I often compare debt to an infection. A reasonable amount of debt will not kill a business, but too much debt will. While most businesses carry a substantial amount of debt from time to time, it must be maintained in an acceptable relationship to stockholder’s equity.Infection is also a threat in business relationships. How serious the illness your business’ relationships experience depends on how effective management is at controlling business relationship germs that are spread around in the normal course of doing business.The following are a few of the relationship germs I’m referring to. Managers must understand them and control them to k  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill Lee 
 
 Article Title :: Passion for Profits
 
Business owners and managers are busier than ever. As their businesses grow and become more complex, they find that they don’t have the time to be all things to all people. In the early stages of a business, the owner or manager waits on customers, does the buying, collects past due accounts, supervises just about everyone on staff and may even stay late to stuff the monthly statements.At each stage of business growth, managers must muster the discipline to delegate more and personally perform fewer and fewer job functions to give them time to think and plan. This is not easy. After all, the business is their baby. They oftentimes gave birth to it and have nurtured it to thi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Drafting an Employee Manual Sample Outline
 
One of the hardest things I had discovered running my company was drafting an Employee Manual. Also added to the stress was the fact that if you made a mistake someone could sue you and you might lose all your hard work and money that you had earned thru blood, sweat and tears as an entrepreneur. You will need an employee manual for your company to protect yourself; but where do you start?Here is a sample Outline, I prepared for our franchise company, which can help you. After you have addressed all the issues in this outline you may wish to have it reviewed for legal clarity as the wording in a manual can mean life or death in a court of law. No matter how you feel about the issue  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Safety Policy Sample Outline
 
Writing a safety manual is a tough job and most larger corporations outsource such jobs or they have someone on staff with the proper credentials in risk management. Imagine writing the safety manuals for NASA? I had the opportunity to be in the unique position of being able to imagine just such a thing when writing our company safety manuals. It takes lots of studying and review of case law to do it properly. Each industry is somewhat different and hopefully you know your industry and company well enough to give it a shot.Below is an outline, which you can use to assist you in writing your company safety manual, it is written for my company in the car wash business so it will need  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Got A Meeting Planned? Ask This Question
 
Meetings – they are a fact of our business lives. And while the number of meetings and the amount of time you spend in them may vary based on your job title, it is hard to argue that they are a significant part of business life today.Anything that consumes a major chunk of our time is ripe for analysis and is likely a great source of productivity improvement. And meetings are no exception.Even a casual conversation about business life will soon get to the frustrations and challenges people experience in meetings. You will quickly hear things like:“They are such a waste of time.”“We never seem to finish anything.”“We just spend too much tim  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Motivation - Access Their Unique Talents
 
Your people are invaluable to you. They are the lifeblood of your business or organisation. And yet, in many situations, managers take little time to truly find out what makes each of their people special. Makes them unique.But why would this be important to know?When people bring their special blend of skills to your workplace, it’s important to know about it. And not just because you might be able to get more out of them. When you know what turns your people on, they work happier and contribute more; sometimes, much more than you might expect from them. When they are working in their ‘flow’, they are on top form, in overdrive. And then remarkable  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Group Discussion Guidelines
 
DISCUSSION METHODS: There are two basic types of discussion methods; the conference method and the workshop method. The conference method involves meetings of staff members, usually from the same organization, and is convened to pass on information, communicate management policies or decisions, or to solve organizational problems. These meetings are usually held for only one or two days, and generally consist of large discussion groups. The workshop method, on the other hand, is usually utilized when there are participants from a range of companies meeting for periods of longer than two days, for the purpose of devoting their attention to a specific problem or shared interest. The discuss  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Josh Greenberg 
 
 Article Title :: Tales From the Corporate Frontlines: Team Dynamics and Communication
 
This article relates to the Team Dynamics competency, which evaluates interpersonal communication, cooperation, and productivity between members of a single team, group, or department within your organization. In today's marketplace, in order for organizations to operate efficiently, it is essential that they understand how to create and utilize effective work teams at all levels of the organization. When well managed, teams improve productivity, innovation, and the likelihood of success. Ineffective teams lead to frustration and the loss of time and productivity. Evaluating this competency can be very useful if your organization is experiencing missed deadlines or low productivity levels  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Josh Greenberg 
 
 Article Title :: Tales from the Corporate Frontlines: Creating a Culture of Empowerment
 
This article relates to the Culture & Climate competency, commonly evaluated in employee satisfaction surveys. AlphaMeasure defines climate as the effect an organization has on the employees, while culture refers more to the acceptable behaviors, attitudes, and habits of the organization as a whole. Some relevant topics include employee values, attitudes, and morale throughout your organization. Knowing and understanding workplace culture and climate leads to a better understanding of what factors influence employees. In relation, the level of service your customers receive is almost always influenced by the culture and climate of your organization. Evaluating this competency can be espec  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Josh Greenberg 
 
 Article Title :: Tales from the Corporate Frontlines: The Best Incentives are Free
 
This article relates to the Recognition competency, commonly evaluated in employee satisfaction surveys. It tells the story of how the performance of one team was affected when the powerful motivator of daily praise and recognition disappeared. This competency also explores what type of behavior is appreciated and rewarded within your organization. Studies show that employees who receive regular recognition and praise are more likely to increase their individual productivity levels, increase engagement with their colleagues, and stay longer at the organization. Evaluating this competency can be especially useful if your organization is experiencing low productivity levels or ineffective t  (read full article)
 
 
 
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