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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: Why Six Sigma Will Outlast Total Quality Management
 
Six Sigma is not just a new term for Total Quality Management (TQM) . They have many similarities and are compatible in many business environments. TQM has brought great improvements and value to many companies. Six Sigma can do more.TQM is the development, deployment, and maintenance of systems related to quality-producing business processes. TQM is a strategic approach that focuses on encouraging a continuous flow of incremental quality improvements. It encourages the establishing of a culture of collaboration among different departments within organization. TQM is mainly a cultural initiative and a style of management toward increased quality.Six Sigma is not just another  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: M'Hamed Cherif 
 
 Article Title :: Assertiveness Techniques Help Control The Urges Of Emotions
 
During the development of the “Assertiveness Coffee Cards” we, at Cutesolutions, have thoroughly reviewed the literature on neuro-psychology to find out what recent discoveries say on assertiveness. Major strides have been made in unravelling the processes guiding our behaviour, in identifying the causes for a great number of cognitive disabilities and deepening understanding of the human traits. But, the brain is still far from giving away its secrets, though a lot has already been achieved in understanding the nuts and bolts of thinking and feeling. Progress has been made in understanding such typically human qualities such as humour and sarcasm. Undoubtedly, an individual’ view   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Donna Johnson Edwards 
 
 Article Title :: IT Asset Management - How Times Have Changed
 
When I was little I had a piggy bank complete with a requisite combination lock (needed to keep my younger brother from pilfering). Each week, on Friday night when I got my 50 cent allowance, I would lock myself in my bedroom, twist and turn the combination until I got it right and then I counted my prized stash of cash. I always knew exactly how much it would amount to, but I counted it nonetheless. My brother, on the other hand, never used his piggy bank; he put his quarters in his pockets and generally lost them within a few days.Over time, I began to earn more money through babysitting and odd jobs, but the ritual never changed – lock the door, open the safe and re-count my m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Maria Boomhower 
 
 Article Title :: The Secret Of Overcoming Resistence To Change
 
Mahatma Gandhi stated that no one can oppress you more than you oppress yourself.I believe this to be true, especially when it comes to change. I have witnessed people, putting up with horrible conditions rather than change. And so, it is no wonder change is considered one of the most difficult things to deal with for a business.For many people, there is nothing more fearful. They like the comfort zone of knowing exactly how everything works and knowing where they stand.Many even resist promotion because of the unknown factor. They wonder if they will be able to do the job, whether or not they will understand what is required and if they will be able to communicate   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Avoid Bug Mentality
 
Fixing bugs fixes symptoms: like taking aspirin for a headache, it may provide temporary relief but does nothing to prevent the next headache. It’s ok, and often necessary, to relieve the symptoms but you have to dig deeper if you’re going to prevent problems from recurring.The reasons and benefits for getting past the symptoms to the root causes are well-known, but many companies still tend to confine their root cause analysis efforts to well-defined technical problems such as physical component failures. We need to apply the same philosophy to general business problems, especially if they are chronic.The first difficulty in getting to root causes of business pro  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Todd Linaman 
 
 Article Title :: Getting Along with Critical People
 
We all have to deal with critical people at times. You know the type - the person who can spot a flaw from across the room, gives unsolicited advice, frequently complains and passes judgment, is negative and seems impossible to please.We can all be critical. Every day, we literally critique everything that goes on around us consciously and unconsciously. Unfortunately, some people tend to verbalize the thoughts many of us have learned to keep to ourselves. When things don't go our way or we're in a bad mood it is easy to become critical. It's true, miserable people prefer miserable company. Critical people actually feel better around others who share the same negative attitudes. Be  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Todd Linaman 
 
 Article Title :: Relationships On the Job
 
Finding the right position is only one piece of the puzzle that leads to job satisfaction. Have you ever heard someone say, "I’d like my work if it weren’t for the people I work with"? One of the greatest challenges in the workplace is getting along with other people. It hardly matters if someone is the best and brightest at what he does if he creates dissension in the office. Regardless of whether we’re hired to lead or be led, it is the ability to establish functional and healthy workplace relationships that can make or break our success and job satisfaction.Supervisors have a particular responsibility to create a satisfying and productive atmosphere that encourages others   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Todd Linaman 
 
 Article Title :: The Best Answer Begins with the Right Question
 
It has just come to your attention that a customer filed a complaint about Mr. Smith, one of your employees. While your gut tells you that the customer may have overreacted a bit, there’s enough information to warrant a meeting with Mr. Smith. You know from past experience that he’s somewhat sensitive to criticism, but you have several legitimate concerns. How can you get the information you need without triggering a negative response from Mr. Smith?You are meeting with a vendor who’s behind schedule and over budget on a project. You don’t want to jeopardize the job and you don’t want to burn a bridge with this company. However, you’re not at all satisfied with the w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jidé Odubiyi 
 
 Article Title :: Aligning the Trifocal Value-driven Viewpoints Inside Every Organization
 
The three cultures inside every organization are analogous to the story of the three blind mice and the elephant. The perspective of each mouse is framed by the part of the elephant it touches. It was almost a decade ago when Schein (1996) wrote about the three cultures of management. He asserts that there are three communities in organizational setting— executives, engineers, and operators—and they do not fully understand each other. In Shein’s view, when the three communities are not aligned, their actions limit organizational learning.Schein defines the management culture as a set of basic tacit assumptions shared by a group of people. These assumptions color the way they   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: E - Commerce --- Friend or Foe to Wholesale Distribution
 
Many of you in the distribution industry are still wondering how much more change and future technology will impact your company. Will major producers, large chains and group alliances use the net as a weapon to replace you, the small to medium size manufacturer? Will you become road kill consumed by the vultures of platform roll-ups? Or perhaps the Internet will administer a slow, withering death, painful and extended.Forget it. Banish that thought. When the dust settles you will still be around. The magic of the Internet is not really magic. Emerging technologies behind e-commerce are not going to kill your company tomorrow or the next day, or the next day after that. But, they a  (read full article)
 
 
 
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