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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Graeme Nichol 
 
 Article Title :: Does Your Organization Have a Learning Disability - Disability # 2 - The Enemy is Out There
 
My previous article I started with the first of seven learning disabilities identified by Peter Senge in his book ‘The Fifth Discipline.’ An organization’s success is usually limited due to the learning disabilities found within it. These learning disabilities keep companies repeating the same mistakes time and again and prevent them from taking advantage of new opportunities.“The Enemy is Out There’ is not a problem confined to organizations but also to individuals in their daily lives. It is related to the saying ‘A bad workman always blames his tools.’ Nothing is our fault it is always someone else’s.In an organization this disability can be fatal as marke  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: Why Six Sigma Will Work in Service Environments
 
Although Six Sigma has its roots in manufacturing, it works just as effectively in service industries. It's no secret that service environments, such as financial organizations, healthcare providers, retail companies, and hospitality organizations have a harder time applying Six Sigma principles. However, the core principles of Six Sigma allow it to cost-effectively translate manufacturing-oriented Six Sigma tools into the service delivery process.Service organizations have different root causes of problems and a unique set of processes and metrics. Thus, the tools and methodology required to achieve the improvements of Six Sigma are significantly different. While problems in the m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Amir Shahzad 
 
 Article Title :: The Challenge Of Retention
 
I being employer believe that our real assets/customers are our employees. It means, if our employees are satisfied they will automatically be loyal to the company, which ultimately leads to growth and development of the company.Meeting the demands of today’s changing environment requires building and retaining satisfied, loyal, and motivated staff. In this competitive work environment, workers are no longer inclined to stay at one position or in one company for the entire duration of their career. The most talented professionals are more likely to be hunted by other organizations, especially by competitors, and previous company is left with tears of turn over costs, which includ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Stowell 
 
 Article Title :: Management Coaching: Inside the Eight Steps
 
We are sometimes asked why our coaching model at the Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness has eight steps. “Why so many?” some wonder.Given the pace at which most people live and work these days, we can certainly understand the question. Here is a general answer, based on the research of our founders.The general answer:Our research identified 47 qualities that distinguished great coaches from their opposites. To make the findings usable and practical, we chose the key themes that did the best job of teaching what we had learned, and built our management coaching model with them. Eight Step Coaching skills was born, and 25 years later  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ira Wolfe 
 
 Article Title :: Three Motivation Mistakes Managers Make
 
I. Too much emphasis on pay, benefits, and perks:The Saratoga Institute reports that 88% of employees voluntarily leave their jobs for other reasons, such as misalignment of mutual expectations, person-job mismatch, insufficient coaching and feedback, perception of poor career-advancement prospects, work-life imbalance, and both distrust toward and low confidence in senior leadership. Still, most managers refuse to acknowledge the "push" factors, preferring to see the "pull" factor of more money as the prime motivator.The truth is, both push and pull factors come into play, but companies make a big mistake by hanging their employee-retention strategies solely on the easier-t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Maribeth Achterberg 
 
 Article Title :: How Culture Affects Sharing Information in an Organization
 
"That is the way we do things around here." Have you ever heard that phrase when trying to affect positive change in your organization? It really doesn't matter how far-reaching the scope of your change. It doesn't matter if it is a technology implementation, a deferral from the tried-and-true market strategy or simply a change in a scheduled meeting. The ability of your organization to share knowledge and information is predicated on the cultural temperament of your organization and its pace of change. New technology and the ability to analyze complex sets of information for the purpose of decision support have introduced constant change into the business environment. If the culture of a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Vernon Stent 
 
 Article Title :: A Smarter Way to Get Paid
 
The majority of companies employ their staff on a time basis. The employee is contracted to work so many hours each week and is paid for each one of those hours.The questions is....why?Pay-for-Time versus Pay-for PerformanceIf an employee is employed simply to be somewhere and not have any other function then it may be understandable that they are paid solely on how many hours they are there. A few - very few - examples come to mind: perhaps a security guard who simply reports what he or she sees or is simply there as a deterrent to would-be thieves; perhaps somebody who is employed to monitor how many cars pass through a particular junction. Hey, wait   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nick Roy 
 
 Article Title :: Interviewing Overqualified Applicants
 
A manager of a small business recently posted a job opening for a mostly clerical type job. A degree is not required and generally neither is judgment. She also put the level of compensation clearly on the job posting and worked very hard to not over exaggerate the importance of the position.The problem is that nearly every applicant so far has been what I would consider overqualified. Most have a degree of some sort and have extensive work experience. She says that she not necessarily opposed to hiring someone overqualified people but she fears that once they get hired that they will be either unhappy or they will leave as soon as something better comes along.She started th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Joe Love 
 
 Article Title :: How To Make Meetings More Productive
 
Meetings are a fact of business life, but most of them are frustrating and time-consuming. The results are rarely worth the time and effort of the many people involved. Yet meetings are a sensible way to handle many kinds of discussions, problem-solving sessions, presentations, and general updates on what’s happening.If you learn to plan, structure, and participate in meetings effectively, you will be able improve your own time management and productivity as well as that of other participants.For a meeting to be effective, the preparation must start long before it ever starts. You first have to determine the purpose of the meeting. The best way to do this is by writing dow  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Hey Mr. Manufacturer-- Distributors Are not Catfish
 
Catfish are native to North America. As you may know, catfish are bottom feeders with slick, shiny skin and no scales, often known as "Mr. Whiskers." They feed on algae and prefer "dead stinky bait" rather than better, live alternatives. They feed at night and can be predators. Most are sleek and quick, but some have been known to grow over 50 pounds. Catfish known as Bull Heads are even more of a scavenger and feed on decaying organic matter. Bull Heads are not the fighters that Channel Catfish are and become an easier catch.Some manufacturers may think of their distributors in the same vernacular. They may believe distributors are slick, quick, and eager to feed on the almighty d  (read full article)
 
 
 
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