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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Vernon Stent 
 
 Article Title :: Should Quality Controllers be Sacked?
 
There are various factors to consider when buying a product, but the two main areas must surely be price and quality.Price is easy - the only three options you have are up, down or same. That's it. Quality is much more involved. Firstly we cannot judge or even quantify the quality of a product if we don't have a yardstick. There are two ways to do this and both have their place. Firstly, find an equivalent product sold by a rival company and compare its attributes with your own product. Better still, obtain all competing products and produce a checklist of each product's attributes, comparing each with the other. Now add your own product to the mix and see where it l  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Four Questions About Leadership
 
I hear four questions asked about leadership often. This article gives a short answer to each of these important questions.Why Does Leadership Matter?Parents universally hope that their children develop leadership qualities. They know that leaders are people who are effective in what they do, are respected by others, and typically rewarded for those skills in a variety of ways. It is in these formative years that, through our parents, we first see leadership as desirable and important.As young people we look up to people around us that motivate and listen to us; people that seem like “real-life” heroes. We consider these people leaders.As we grow  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Lead By The Right Example
 
We’ve all heard that leaders should lead by example; that people pay more attention to our deeds than our words. This is completely true. What is implied by this truth, but not always articulated, is that people will follow whatever example we set.To be a remarkable leader then, we must make conscious choices to set the right examples – to lead in directions we want people to follow.The CaterpillarsProcessionary caterpillars are an unusual species. They travel one after the other, head to tail in their search for food. It is because of this behavior that Jean Henri Fabre, the French entomologist, conducted an experiment.He placed processionary cate  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Madeline Lewis 
 
 Article Title :: Balancing Your Business: Making Change Easy
 
“Perfect balance in a business exists only in the organizational chart. A living business is always in a state of imbalance, growing here and shrinking there, overdoing one thing and neglecting another.” (Peter F. Drucker)I believe the three major trends in organizational processes are: discontinuation of the old way of doing business (re-engineering); migration and starting a new way of doing business (organizational change).One of the most often sited reasons why many re-engineering projects do not achieve the level of success the organization expects deals with the issue of organization culture change. You can have the most efficient process in the world, on paper,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Know Thyself: MBTI or DiSC
 
In my practice as an executive coach and consultant, I use both the MBTI® and the DiSC®. I am often asked, “Which one is better?”The question reveals a common misunderstanding about psychological instruments. The fact is, there is no such thing as “the best” psychological instrument. As consultants who use psychological instruments our challenge is to choose the “appropriate” psychological instrument.As long as a psychological instrument has been subjected to rigorous validity and reliability testing (the only type I will use in practice) it probably has an appropriate use.The Oracle of Delphi, centuries ago, recommended “Know thyself.” I would add,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill Ritchie 
 
 Article Title :: What is the Best Incentive?
 
Incentive schemes have been much criticised in recent years, and it is quite true that some schemes have been singularly unsuccessful. Their failure, however, has often been the result of inadequate planning, rushed introduction, or not thinking through such a scheme properly. These points should not be used to generally condemn other more successful applications.Whether any particular incentive scheme achieves long term success depends initially on the thoroughness with which the current working situation is reviewed, hence the need to re-look at some key Action Points, and question why you need an incentive scheme.1. Increase in earnings for employees? 2. Increase in   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Hans Bool 
 
 Article Title :: Management of Infrastructure - Who Dares
 
There are many management areas. Infrastructure is such a field that is normally not too popular as a discipline. It is not directly visible, at least not in the sense that you can measure the output – in terms of number of products or services related to the investments that are done. Yet, if the topic of infrastructure is not properly set on the management agenda, it will put itself there, on the moment you least expect it. All over the world we have seen what incidents like Katrina can bring about. It is not said that the infrastructure of Louisiana was insufficient, but issues like security and safety are infrastructural. And these are difficult to manage, not only the public servic  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Donald Bryant 
 
 Article Title :: How to Make Good Changes Stick!
 
Making quality improvement changes in the healthcare field are difficult. Making the changes stick is even harder! Consider, if you would, some change at your site that made a vast improvement in quality. Time was saved, patient care improved, and the bottom line improved. Now, look back, is that change still in place? Sadly, after some time has passed, many positive changes disappear. Why? We slip back into old habits. They are hard to shake. What personal habits have you tried to change? Was it hard? Habits in an organization are just as hard to change, if not harder, since more people are involved. Another reason your site changes didn’t stick may be that personnel chan  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Christopher J Thomas 
 
 Article Title :: Positive Discipline - The Hot Stove Rule
 
Recent studies have shown that industrial supervisors are working at less than 60 % of their potential. Basic management skills training is guaranteed to change all this and at such little costIntroductionThe word discipline has a negative sound as we immediately think of authority and punishment. However, there is another more constructive way to think about this, which we can call – POSITIVE DISCIPLINE.Positive discipline is all about creating an orderly environment where people can conduct themselves to agreed standards of behavior to the benefit of everyone. In this way we avoid unnecessary conflict and potential accidents.Most family groups  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Maintaining Employee Respect in an Uncooperative Economy
 
Next to people, communication is the most critical element to success whether you are in a growth mode or you are facing difficult economic times. However, when times are tough, failure to communicate has much greater consequences. Ineffective communication can accelerate failure in general. Communication is essential to developing trust. Trust is necessary to get people to reach down deep inside and give everything they have under the most difficult circumstances.Colin Powell stated in an interview that as a young twenty-one year old lieutenant he was still trying to figure out the whole concept of mission and people when a crusty old Master Sergeant said to him:"Let me mak  (read full article)
 
 
 
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