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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Successful Managing Through Delegation
 
Managers should avoid the tendency to constantly delegate to the same one or two capable individuals. This practice only overloads the best personnel while slighting all others.As with delegation in general, there may be occasions in which work must be divided among several individuals for example, highly technical or complex tasks. Should this be the case, the rule is always — delegate the maximum amount of work to the lowest possible level.Whenever possible, managers should delegate a whole task to one person rather than divide it among several individuals. Delegating a whole task increases an employee’s initiative, encourages greater attention to detail, and gives a m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Ten Steps to Take the Work out of Work – Replicate Yourself!
 
They say that management can be a lonely place. A manager has to lead from the front, make challenging demands of their people and if part of an organisation, pass on the dictats of the more senior and remote bosses up at the top.Yet, a manager has the accountability to deliver – in fact that’s what they get paid for, so ultimately, they must be the one who puts in the most effort to make their workplace deliver, or else.When a manager tries to delegate, their people don’t always do as they wish for and sometimes that can lead to even more work. So often, managers fall back on that tried and trusted worker who they know will do it just right, at least in   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Handler 
 
 Article Title :: Follow Up: It Makes A Difference
 
A while back the headlight switch on our minivan quit working, so early one Saturday morning we took it to the neighborhood repair shop that has been mailing postcards to us the past three years. They said it would take 90 minutes to check things out.Three hours later we call: still haven’t gotten to it, but it’s up next. Two hours after that we call again: he’s looking at it right now. Three more hours, another call: yep, it’s broken, but we can’t get the part until Monday. We decide to pick it up for the remainder of the weekend, arriving there as instructed 10 hours after this ordeal began: Sorry, we haven’t had a chance to put it back together. Another trip two hour  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Aubie Pouncey 
 
 Article Title :: The Three-category Approach to Performance Management: Effort, Ability, or Environment
 
Performance Management is the act of managing personal or organizational performance. What can complicate this process are all the factors that can arise where a textbook process meets the situations and people that exist in your world. As an effective director, manager, or supervisor it is your job to ensure the success of the organization by achieving of all key performance indicators.These targets or goals are accomplished through the implementation and execution of a solid Performance Management Process (PMP). The objective is not to discuss the building or maintenance of the process, but focus rather on the end result.What do you do when your employees have not met t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brook Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Business Fit
 
I have been an entrepreneur for over twenty years and have absolutely embraced information that would help maintain a well managed and profitable business. We have been a part of the information era for sometime now. As business owners, we have access to more information than ever in this generation of technology. But how can we use this technology to aid our business?Today's business environment creates both opportunities and challenges. Powerful technology, including the internet, provides access to global markets and increases your potential for incredible gains. However, managing the technology and taking advantage of the opportunities it provides can be very threatening for sm  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Stowell 
 
 Article Title :: Beyond Management Coaching: When Things Are Getting Out of Control
 
Leaders and Managers often ask us, ‘What do you do when you have tried to coach and counsel an employee about a performance concern, and the employee has not responded?Unfortunately, we see far too many cases where the leader hasn’t, in good faith, tried to coach the employee or to put the leader’s concerns into words. Often, leaders look for a quick fix alternative to what is perceived as a difficult and painful confrontation.We have also learned from first-hand experience that management coaching is not a one-shot effort. It takes regular ongoing discussions and experiences to achieve the level of support and cooperation needed. When you have truly exhausted all y  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Craig Ruvere 
 
 Article Title :: The High Cost of Employee Turnover Among Project Managers
 
Imagine for a moment this scenario from a frustrated Senior Manager of a large pharmaceutical organization: “Our organization has experienced a large turnover among project managers in the past year. This creates problems providing ongoing quality and service to our stakeholders. We just don’t know what is causing the problem!” Sound familiar? Well you’re not alone. I remember that filmmaker Woody Allen once said that “80% of success is showing up.” However, the greater challenge is finding ways to keep people there.Employee turnover is simply a fact of life in the business world. The days when employees would stay and grow with a company for the duration of thei  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Davis Goss 
 
 Article Title :: Take The Guesswork Out Of Problem Solving
 
In today’s chaotic world and uncertain economic times too many good people are burdened by too many problems that seem insurmountable and too many businesses find it increasingly difficult to compete effectively. The old traditional methods of finding solutions to these problems don’t seem to work like they used to. In fact, the world seems more burdened today with more complex problems than at any time in history. What the world needs is a brand new, reliable approach that DOES work.I think I’ve got the answer. The following perspective works for me. And if it works for me, its logic can work for anyone. I offer it for consideration.Some years ago I was sure that  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lee Raito 
 
 Article Title :: Phone Sex is Bad for Business
 
On August 3rd/2005, Reuters reported that a German man had colluded with a phone sex operator to defraud his employer’s company out of approximately 16,000 Euro or almost 20,000 US dollars, by making 160 phone calls over a year and a half from work. He apparently split the profits 50/50 with the phone sex operator. The courts convicted the man and gave him a suspended sentence of eight months.Does your company have a written communications policy, and are your employees aware of its existence?Most phone systems these days are highly sophisticated and access can be easily controlled and usage monitored. An employee abusing valuable telecommunication resources is an unnecess  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: The Golden Key to Meeting Success
 
We all attend many meetings. I’m sure you have been to some great meetings and some poor ones. Unfortunately for everyone I’ve ever talked to, the number of poor ones far outweighs the number of great ones.The fact is that most meetings are too long, unfocused, too frustrating, and unproductive.And yet meetings are a valuable way to gain collective understanding, buy-in, agreement, and consensus. They help us find better solutions and create cooperation, collaboration, colleagueship, and community.Since meetings are necessary and can lead to important results, we need to figure out how to make more of them successful. I have helped and watched organizations cr  (read full article)
 
 
 
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