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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brenda Townsend Hall 
 
 Article Title :: Choices in Appointing International Managers
 
Globalization is requiring companies to make important choices about how to deploy international managers. The costs of making the wrong choice are heavy both economically and in the emotional and physical toll it can take on employees and the impact it can have on the overseas branch.Traditionally companies have required managers to accept foreign postings of, perhaps, several years’ duration. Such postings mean upheaval for the manager’s entire family—schools, dual career issues, isolation—and these problems of adapting to different cultures are a common cause of the failure of such postings. The burden on the manager is heavy with the double challenge of dealing with unf  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Pl 
 
 Article Title :: I Said Pareto Chart… Not Potato Chart!
 
Does this sound familiar? You were hired for the new management position. You were tasked to turn the numbers around. You take some time reviewing the current situation. Now it’s time to take a look at the current processes and get your staff together to analyze the data. You tell them that you want to brainstorm; work on a few mind maps, whip out a couple Ishikawa’s to get started and then have them bring Pareto charts relative to their respective functions.One of your department heads looks at you and asks “Ishiwhat?” “You know,” you reply, “a fishbone diagram.” Still blank stares. “Cause and effect?” you say as you scribble out a trout carcass on your white b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Harwell Thrasher 
 
 Article Title :: Hidden Consultants Within Your Organization
 
You’ve all heard the old joke about a consultant being someone who uses your watch to tell you the time, and then steals your watch. There’s some truth to the story: consultant recommendations are often the same things that your employees or customers have been telling you all along. But while you will listen to a consultant, you don’t listen to your employees and customers. Why is that? Why do companies pay more attention to consultants then they do to employees or customers? And what should you do about it? But let’s start with an even more important question: why should you listen to employees and customers?Why listen? The best reason for listening to employee  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ofer Tirosh 
 
 Article Title :: Rules for Running a Meeting
 
As an experienced manager, I can announce without a doubt that the primary reason for lack of effectiveness in the contemporary business world is that people don’t follow the rules for running a meeting. Thousands meetings are conducted each day and most of the meeting chairmen have not even heard of the rules for running a meeting. Therefore, the following article includes a brief description of the basic rules for running a meeting.1. Planning – planning is probably the most important of the rules for running a meeting. You must start running the meeting before the meeting is running. Planning includes inviting only the people that can contribute, deciding what should be the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Joe Rubino 
 
 Article Title :: Making Powerful Requests That Launch People Into Action
 
Do you ever wonder why people do not simply do the things that you want them to do? Well, instead of waiting for things to happen, decide to take responsibility for making them happen. The way to do this is often as simple as making an appropriate request.Requests are the engine that drives action. To the extent that you become proficient in making requests that people understand to be in their best interests, they will comply with your wishes and honor your requests. To the extent that your requests come across as self-serving and in only your own best interests, you will likely meet with opposition and avoidance. The best way to access your power through impacting others is by   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Nelson 
 
 Article Title :: The 6 Steps to Six Sigma
 
Step 1Get the proper level of Six Sigma expertise at the executive level of the company. If the top leaders don’t understand the advanced six sigma principles, the company has no shot to attain total quality. This will probably require a hefty budget, entailing the hiring of several high-priced consultants for long periods of time. The consultants need to observe and gather data about the companies operations, and show the executives how to interpret the data.Step 2Get the staff involved. The ones in the trenches are the most knowledgeable about the day-to-day operations, and the day to day’s are where most costs are spent. This means getting people   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mark Uptain 
 
 Article Title :: Oasis in a Cash Flow Desert - Four Resources That Increase Small Business Capital Streams
 
For small business owners, an enthusiastic vision for smooth, steady growth can become nothing more than a mirage once company cash flow problems begin to heat up. Most will struggle with the timing of payment from clients or customers at some point, all while attempting to pay their own bills in a timely fashion. With all of the best laid plans for rapid flowing cash streams evaporating down to just a gurgle in the ditch, the potential risk of joining the ninety-percent of businesses that fail within their first three years of operation becomes a very sobering possibility.Many of us would like to operate our companies the same way we do our personal lives. If we need a new lawn mo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: The Importance of Business Goals
 
For you to get where you want to go, there are four key steps for you to take. They are not difficult, but they are vital.Commonly known as the GROW model, the four stages are as follows:-G stands for GoalsBeing clear about where you want to get to is absolutely critical. You MUST know where you are intending to get to, by identifying your goals and being very precise about them.Use SMART goals - this is a useful description which is great to remember.S - is for SpecificBe really clear about what it is you wantM - is for MeasurableThere must be some sort of number of other measurable descri  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Abrams 
 
 Article Title :: Finding Common Ground Through Consensus Decision-Making
 
It’s clear to me that a workplace is a better place when employees truly work in teams, but the most familiar team models we have are those that are created to win wars and games. We have a commander or a coach who gives orders, and the soldiers or the players use those instructions to defeat the opponent. Mediator Bill Ury says, “People are realizing that adversarial, win–lose attitudes in an increasingly interdependent world, where I depend on you and you depend on me, just don’t work anymore. Using those tactics is like asking, ‘Who’s winning this marriage?’”Who’s winning this company? Wrong question.Consensus decision-making is a powerful tool for build  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Alan Fairweather 
 
 Article Title :: Motivation - You Get What You Reward
 
There's a programme currently running on BBC Television in the UK called - "Little Angels." It's a series that offers help and advice to parents who're experiencing behaviour difficulties with their children. I'm sure there are similar programmes in other parts of the world. The children are often out of control, won't do what they're told and generally dominate the family.Part of the programme shows the parent dealing with the child while receiving instruction from a clinical psychologist through an earphone. The psychologist watches what's happening and constantly tells the parent to reward the child, with words of support, when they do something well. When the child misbehaves,   (read full article)
 
 
 
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