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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Stacey Barr 
 
 Article Title :: Are You Cascading Your Strategy, or Fragmenting It?
 
INTRODUCTIONThe typical approach executive teams use to cascade, or roll out, their strategic direction is to produce a clear set of goals, objectives, critical success factors or a scorecard and then get each departmental or functional manager to take this on board and customize it for their part of the organisation. The trouble then begins…A TYPICAL APPROACH: EACH DEPARTMENT ADOPTS OR ADAPTS A VERSION OF THE CORPORATE STRATEGYThe first phase of most organisational planning processes is that the organisation's executives design and express a strategic direction using a framework of some kind. Commonly this framework will be something like a collection of key result  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Stacey Barr 
 
 Article Title :: Are You Measuring Something Meaningful?
 
Avoiding inert measures that anaesthetise your performance management.INTRODUCTIONYou sit before the monthly report, which might be an inch or so thick, and you contemplate whether it's the best use of your time to paw through the pages to check if there's anything useful in there for you. Past experience tells you that the report is full of many measures graphed in all their splendor, but virtually none of them pique your interest, help you make the decisions you barely have time to give enough thought to as it is...TYPICALLY, PERFORMANCE MEASURES ARE NOT EMOTIVE ENOUGHDo you have measures with names like these?Employee Productivity.Cost Efficien  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Denise O'Berry 
 
 Article Title :: The Email Trap
 
If you sit at a computer for most of the day, it's tempting to constantly check your email to see what's new. But that's a time management disaster if you're trying to make progress in your business. Resist the temptation. Here are some tips to help you get that time eating monster under control.- Turn off email notification (like the beep or pop up screen). It's just like a ringing phone that demands to be answered. Even in the instant world that exists today, email can wait.- Establish a schedule for checking and responding to emails (this works for phone calls and voice mail too). Put it in your daily calendar and treat the time like an important meeting. Make sure you al  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Denise O'Berry 
 
 Article Title :: Train Me -- But Follow Through
 
My mechanic has me trained. When I take my car in for an oil change, he places a sticker in the upper left hand corner of my windshield to remind me what date and mileage I should have my next maintenance completed. But every once in a while, he forgets to put the sticker on the window. Then I have to remember the date and mileage details.It's a good thing to train your customers and clients and it can help you pump up your bottom line. But if you choose that route, it's important to follow through.Because my mechanic occasionally forgets the oil change sticker, he shifts the burden of that "perk" to me. On top of that, it could cut into his business if I delay the maintenan  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nell Taliercio - 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Great Reasons To Hire A Telecommuter
 
How would you like to hire someone that is more motivated and more qualified to do the work and costs you less than your average employee? No, I am not talking about hiring someone illegally. You can accomplish this simply by employing a telecommuter. Let’s take a look at 5 very good reasons, why it makes sense for you to consider telecommuting from an employer’s perspective. 1) Less Overhead How much is all this office space, furniture, computer equipment along with your IT department to maintain them, utility bills etc. costing you? Telecommuters do not require any of the above, which will cut your overhead cost tremendously. Telecommuters use their own office, their  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Donovan 
 
 Article Title :: You Can't Afford the Luxury of Disengaged Employees
 
In today’s business environment with increases in staff reductions and rapidly changing roles and responsibilities, it is crucial that all of your team members be fully engaged in the tasks at hand. According to a Gallup survey, 350 billion dollars are lost each year in American companies due to disengaged employees. How then do you minimize the impact of this costly problem within your organization? Below are key strategies to help you grow your people toward peak performance and enable you to produce quantum results with your team.Own your outcomeAll to often employees are quick to blame circumstances the economy or a host of other causes for their less than stellar outc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bob Nicholson 
 
 Article Title :: Why You Need a Business Plan
 
This article was originally called "Do You Need a Business Plan?"The title was changed because in truth, every business needs a business plan. It’s a common misconception that business plans are used only for raising capital, as in "my bank wants to see a business plan before they will approve a loan," or, "I need a business plan so I can get venture funding."But a business plan is really just what it sounds like: a plan for running your business. It’s an essential tool for making sure that nothing is overlooked.The business plan will usually be divided into sections relating to the key activities of your business, such as Sales, Hiring, Manufacturing,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Adam Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Controlling Your Cash Flow
 
IntroductionAre you looking for a way to gain control of your personal finances and implement a budget that will get you back on the road to financial success? Great! And remember there is no better time to start than now. Like anything in life, before you can become financially stable you must understand the fundamentals of personal finance. Gaining control of your personal finances does not have to be hard, in fact some even find the road back to financial stability both challenging and satisfying. Don’t forget, where there is a will there is a way. You can do it!One of the basic, yet important concepts behind the success of a financially wealthy individual is his/h  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Hunter 
 
 Article Title :: Why Do Managers Create Low Morale? Or Does My Bum Look Big In This?
 
Why do managers create low morale as a product of their management and what can we do about it?The answer to the initial question is easy.We all know what managers do to the workforce that causes the workforce to feel the way they do about their jobs.The managers never listen to the workforce, they never give the workforce any respect, they don’t value the workforce and they spend their time “managing” by telling people what to do.The much harder question is “What can we do about it?”It is first necessary to understand the logic of why the manager creates low morale?Low morale is not a situation that the manager wants.The manager   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Cheryl Lockhart 
 
 Article Title :: How to Dodge Distribution Difficulties
 
It happened again. I ran into an old friend while registering for the World Masters Games last month and as we were catching up, she complemented me on a necklace I was wearing. When I told her I bought it in South Africa on my last trip there, she exclaimed, "You have to start importing these. You'd make a fortune!"The Great Import PlanThis is a refrain I've heard over and over again and while there is some truth in it, you can make money being an importer, there is a certain amount of naiveté in the plan. First of all, most people don't take into account the shipping costs, tariffs and insurance involved - though some do sneak through customs with suitcases brimmin  (read full article)
 
 
 
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