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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Graham - 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Ways To Stimulate Employee Motivation
 
Today’s fast-moving business environment demands that the effective manager be both a well-organized administrator and highly adept in understanding people’s basic needs and behaviour in the workplace. Gaining commitment, nurturing talent, and ensuring employee motivation and productivity require open communication and trust between managers and staff. 1. Understand their behaviour People at work naturally tend to adopt instinctive modes of behaviour that are self-protective rather than open and collaborative. This explains why emotion is a strong force in the workplace and why management often reacts violently to criticisms and usually seeks to control rather t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Trevor Marshall - 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Rewards Reap Results
 
The way you reward people forms an essential foundation for effective people management. Money is by no means the only motivator of people, but too little money demotivates powerfully. Studies have shown that material reward is far more powerful than monetary. 1. How To Determine Levels Of Reward To determine how much reward is appropriate, consider the question what level of employee reward will attract, retain, and motivate people of the calibre that you require. If an employee does something that results in a one-time boost for the company, a one-time incentive is most appropriate. 2. Why Give Employees Added Rewards In Addition To Wages?   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mark McGregor 
 
 Article Title :: Reduce Flying Stress While on Business Trips
 
Flying for business trips adds stress to any businessperson. One of the greatest fears for most people is flying. With the recent Air France crash at the Toronto Pearson Airport, some flier’s stress may be at an all-time high. However, it is possible to practice stress management solutions while flying. Hamilton-based Mark McGregor, who is a stress management trainer and consultant, believes that we should use our HEADS (Humour, Exercise, Avoid, Delegate, Seek) to manage our flying stress. Mark comments, “Some air passengers unnecessarily worry and become overwhelmed when traveling for business on airplanes which results as increased personal stress. It’s not enjoyable for themselve  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: Six Sigma is About More Than Just Number Crunching
 
Top executives who know only that Six Sigma is famous and popular have called for the implementation of Six Sigma programs, and, of course, want to see numbers. They may become very enamored with the copious numbers that Six Sigma produces. Unfortunately, they may not want to see more than just a series of reports and may not understand that Six Sigma is about so much more than crunching numbers and generating reports.Certainly, Six Sigma is about number crunching. In Six Sigma, first you define your problem and your project, and then you measure your process from start to finish. Six Sigma produces a flood of data about your process. These measurements are critical to your success  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: G Ram Kumar 
 
 Article Title :: Cost Reduction - Get Extra 10-20% Profit
 
1. Elimination of waste.The single most important factor contributing to costs is wastage. Eliminating waste can by itself cut costs from 10 to 20%. The main areas of waste are:(a) Input Waste: Substandard quality rawmaterials and other inputs while appearing cheaper work out to be very costly in the long run. They affect the end-product's quality directly. Indirectly they cause frequent damages to men and machinery and add to maintenance costs. Frequent purchase returns, consequent alternate sourcing, resulting delay in production, involve additional costs. A system to screen all inputs for quality compliance is a must in addition to a good quality pol  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Albert Streab 
 
 Article Title :: Business Continuity Testing
 
Disaster Recovery is not Business Continuity. Many companies do not have full business continuity plans. They say they do have business continuity plans but they really mean that they have a disaster recovery plan, usually meaning that they have alternative premises and possibly equipment that can be used in the case of a full scale disaster. Business continuity covers far more than just the IT systems. Think of all the paper records an organisation needs to continue working. Think of the most important asset of all to most organisations: its staff. Without its staff these organisation ceases to exist. A business continuity plan contains information for all staff and their activiti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Barb McEwen 
 
 Article Title :: Giving Effective Feedback
 
If there is one area that gives both managers and employees difficulty it is the need to give and accept effective feedback. It is one of the most crucial elements in assisting employees to improve their performance. It establishes a connection between what employees are doing and how their actions are perceived by others. Although receiving feedback is often under appreciated, those on the receiving end must occasionally be reminded that no feedback could be much worse.Most managers consider themselves to be high achievers. Out of this mindset comes the need to want to move right into problem solving by directing staff to fix a problem in a specific way. This quick fix solution sh  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Scott Ginsberg 
 
 Article Title :: Managers Need To Keep It Real
 
I spent last Thursday hosting several staff training sessions at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place. It was incredible! From the housekeepers to the bellman to the sales force, all employees at the property made it obvious why they're one of the most profitable Hyatts in the country.About halfway through one of the afternoon sessions, I noticed a man sitting in the front row. Literally, he was sitting IN the front row. The 6 foot 5, suit clad man casually kicked up his legs across a few chairs, smiled, nodded and kept an interested eye on me at all times.Who is this guy? I wondered.After we adjourned he approached me and said, "Scott, thanks very much  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Why Do I Need a Board of Directors
 
Family owned/privately held organizations in wholesale distribution, both small and large, with succession issues, family preparation and second and third generation leadership issues have been subjected to the evolution of leadership. These organizations are often founded by an aggressive, highly talented entrepreneur. Many of the principles of leadership employed by the founder that helped build the success that the organization enjoyed in the past is not the type of leadership that will maintain that success through generations of ownership. The formation of a board with several outside directors can help ownership cross the transitional divide that often accompanies generational succe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Systems Thinking and Open Systems in Organizations
 
Systems thinking is important for Organizational Change (OC) practitioners (and managers) because rarely is there an "evil" person in the organization bent on bringing pain and destruction. Bad behavior, or ineffective behavior, is often unwittingly rewarded by management. Protecting turf, not communicating with peers, not contributing to the team, high absenteeism, and resisting change happen for a reason.In many organizations (especially in American organizations), the management team goes "headhunting" immediately after an error occurs or a problem arises. "Heads will roll!" they declare. The assumption is that there is a bad person causing the problem; if they get rid of th  (read full article)
 
 
 
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