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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Barbara Callan-Bogia 
 
 Article Title :: New Job, New Culture: Do You Fit In?
 
It seemed like a good decision at the time. A 10-percent raise, an easier commute and a chance to move up the corporate ladder.Now, six weeks into the new job you know in your gut and sleepless nights that maybe, just maybe, you’ve made the biggest mistake of your career. Your new company is a 180-degree change from your former one.Are you finding any of the following? Your new company hardly holds meetings while your former company had constant meetings. You’re now faced with status-quo thinking when you’re accustomed to innovation and change. You’re bored! Before, you were constantly challenged. There’s an Old Boys Club going on, whereas you were once on an almos  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert Bacal 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Appraisal - Ten Stupid Things Managers Do To Screw It Up
 
Performance appraisals aren't fun. But a lot of the time they are agonizing because managers do really dumb things, ending up destroying a process that is important to everyone (or should be). Appraisals are always going to be a little bit stressful for everyone, but these errors guarantee that the point of appraisals -- improving performance, is lost in the shuffle.Stupid Thing #1: Spending more time on performance appraisal than performance PLANNING, or ongoing performance communication.Performance appraisal is the end of a process that goes on all the time - a process that is based on good communication between manager and employee. So,more time should be spent pre  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Stephanie Tuia 
 
 Article Title :: Management Coaching to Improve Relationships with Work Associates
 
As a recent employee to your job, you are becoming familiar with the work environment and your work associates. You have met the boss on two occasions; your interview and one time when he or she demanded that you finish a client’s report. Your boss’s unapproachable nature makes you feel uneasy if not a bit fearful.As the boss, you don’t have a clue that your workers are intimidated by you. You are basically just concerned that they do their jobs well and produce profit for the company. Your impression of your co-workers is that if they don’t confront you about a problem, then everything is right on target.Work associates are people that have come together   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: The Death Spiral
 
Sometimes things just happen. Maybe we lose focus and take our eyes off the ball. Maybe we don't recognize the signs. Sometimes it happens quickly due to a loss of a major customer or loss of a major product line. Sometimes it is a slow, gradual process. Market share seems to evaporate; gross margin exhibits an extended period of decline. Morale suffers, employee turnover increases, net profit declines, costs seem to get out of control and losses become imminent. Some Owners, Presidents and CEO's who find themselves in a situation facing these warning signs may actually contribute to the creation of “The Death Spiral” if they aren’t careful.What is “The Death Spiral” and   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Stephanie Hetu 
 
 Article Title :: How to Set Up a Conference Call
 
The methods in which you set up a conference call vary between the different services you use, and what type of conference calling you are using. There are three main types of conference calls, all with different methods of set up.The most common conference call is reservationless conference calls. There is not much to set up with this type of call. You simply get a number and access code, as well as a separate access code for the other people that you want to participate in the conference call. All you need to do to during the set up conference call is call the number, enter your access code, and then have the other callers call in and use their own access code.Operator  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Don't Leave Your Key Stakeholders Guessing
 
Communicate! Don’t leave you key stakeholders guessing.We are generally not very good about keeping others informed about the progress we’re making, especially if there isn’t much. You’re more likely to get support and understanding if you get the word out honestly about what is and isn’t happening. As you start your problem-solving project, establish a communication plan and follow it. Specify who needs what information about your effort, when they need it and how you are going to provide it. Make the plan appropriate to your problem, the culture of your company and the individuals involved.Different participants in the project will need different informati  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: Compensation and Six Sigma Black Belts
 
One of the more ambiguous elements of a Six Sigma project is the level and type of compensation the organization should give to its Six Sigma leaders and team members. On the one hand, setting compensation is not an integral part of any stage of a Six Sigma project; on the other hand, compensation is an important instrument to build loyalty and a sense of accomplishment that is a crucial element to the organization’s Six Sigma success. While there are no hard and fast rules for compensation for Six Sigma leaders and team members, there are some good ways to think about how to productively provide compensation to your people. Black Belts are the key change agents for the Six Sigm  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chuck Yorke 
 
 Article Title :: Why Employees Are the Best Source of Cost-cutting Ideas
 
Cost cutting has become a necessary and important reality in the modern corporate world. Yet many executives do not realize that their people are actually the best source of cost reduction ideas.There are several reasons for this.For starters a highly motivated workforce that understands the bottom-line and its significance to the future of a business and by extension their own future in employment can make a huge difference in any cost reduction effort. It also means that any cost-cutting ideas they suggest will be received much better by other workers and will therefore be implemented much more enthusiastically than a directive from the board or senior management. In other  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jimmy Sturo 
 
 Article Title :: The Rise of Corporate Chair Massages
 
Employers have rapidly begun to understand the importance of stress relief in the workplace. Stress free employees have a higher retention rate and higher rates of productivity. It is no wonder, given these facts, that many corporations have been encouraging chair massages in the workplace.Corporate chair massages involve the visit of a licensed massage therapist for on-site massage sessions. The therapist brings along a portable massage chair and usually gives 15 to 20 minute massages for all interested employees. Employees enjoy getting a break from the monotony of their day and can go back to work with greatly reduced stress levels.Corporate chair massages are different f  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Cathy Warschaw 
 
 Article Title :: Team Building - A Common Goal
 
We've all heard the saying, "There's no 'I' in Team." Team building has been a goal of the workplace for many years because of the numerous benefits it brings. Team building is a great way to have fun and energize coworkers, build and strengthen coworker and employer relationships, and improve productivity in the workforce. With all these great benefits, it's easy to see why developing collaboration in the office is usually one of the top five business priorities of an employer! Being part of a great team sounds like fun - but what actually makes a team productive and worthwhile? Good teams share some common traits: -Members depend on each other -Each member believes that his or her opi  (read full article)
 
 
 
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