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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pat Wiklund 
 
 Article Title :: Conflict at Work, Don't Take It Personally
 
Conflict at work is inevitable. And, it can even be helpful, supporting a healthy organization.But, step over the edge and you'll quickly find yourself getting caught up in who's right rather than what's right. Having the argument without end, replaying the same issue over and over, without resolving your differences. Or, angry blow ups or sullen silences. You can get stuck on "She's doing that just to make me angry," or "He needs an attitude adjustment."Step back, stop avoiding, solve the problem, and prevent future conflicts. Try these solution steps.1. Wait until the uproar has settled down then approach the other   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pat Wiklund 
 
 Article Title :: Getting Other People to Change
 
"I get by with a little help from my friends." The words wafted out of my car radio as I was listening to golden oldies.It got me thinking about what we really need as we're challenged to change the way we work and how we work together.It's what we need when we're making changes, expecting ourselves and others to be more than what we have been, expecting our employees to respond. A little help from our friends.Changing how we do work is quicker and more effective when we work together to make change happen.Use these five steps when you need to change...or need to ask someone else to change: 1. Get the big picture. Ge  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pat Wiklund 
 
 Article Title :: Let a Subordinate Solve It!
 
Effective change comes from the top. That's the conventional wisdom about workplace change. And like lots of conventional wisdom, it's not necessarily the prevailing pattern or even wise.When companies make change the responsibility of senior management, they train their employees to take a hands-off attitude, to resist activities imposed upon them, and stop offering beneficial suggestions. When all employees look for ways of doing their jobs better, easier, or faster, then the benefits impact internal customers, suppliers, and the company's bottom line. Subordinates can rely on their expertise, personality, relationships, or ability to work th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pat Wiklund 
 
 Article Title :: People Reading in Real Time
 
We've heard the slogans: career success depends on developing relationships, establish rapport with your colleagues. And do it quickly! No longer is it enough to treat our co-workers the way we would like to be treated. Now we are being challenged to employ the Platinum Corollary to the Golden Rule: do unto others the way they would like to be done unto.But how can you do it? How do you quickly size up a new team member, or an internal customer, and then shape your approach to his style? How do you read new colleagues in real time, and then use what you've discovered to help you be more effective and productive together?Strategies an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Larry Galler 
 
 Article Title :: Agenda-ize to Make Your Meetings More Productive
 
Every business that I have ever seen has meetings of some kind. Some are productive but the vast majority of meetings start late, rehash some old stuff, and end even later, rarely producing much in the way of progress. It seems that many meetings happen by inertia, existing because they always have existed and will always exist no matter if they produce anything of value. This is expensive in terms of wasted time and talent. If your business is in this endless loop of non-productive meetings I have one word to help you produce more from future meetings – “Agenda.”An agenda lists the order of the meeting and should be posted to all participants before the meeting. Begin t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pat Wiklund 
 
 Article Title :: Scheduling for Results
 
It's typical to overestimate what you can accomplish in a day, and then underestimate what you can accomplish in a year. Effective scheduling demands knowing how long a task takes. But, it's impossible to be precise if you've never done it before. So start with a guesstimate. And then, keep track of how long the work takes so you can plan more effectively in the future.Revise your schedule as you become more accurate in estimating time.Highlight the dependent projects on your to-do list: the ones that can't be started until a previous task is finished. Line them up so they flow into a sequence, noting how long each step will ta  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pat Wiklund 
 
 Article Title :: Who Me, Difficult? Yes, You!
 
We all like to think we are easy to get along with. We don't make our co-workers lives difficult. But, chances are, if you find some of your co-workers hard to work with, someone will find you a challenge, too.You are not a challenge because you intentionally decided to be. In fact, the attributes and skills you consider to be your best strengths may be the very ones someone else finds difficult to deal with.See if you can find yourself in one (or more!) of the following profiles:* You call it decisive, they call you a steam roller. You are the kind of person who can make quick decisions. You size up situations quickly, see th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Graeme Nichol 
 
 Article Title :: Learning Disability 7 - Management; a Team or Prima Donnas in Suits?
 
Personally this is my favorite disability. Perhaps many of you will agree with me. Others know the frustration all too well and won’t want to agree but will acknowledge frustration with a quiet nod!As we have described management disabilities over the past in this mini series, the faults or problems that can easily befall us all are put to the test in the management team. This group has to battle the demons that surround the organization and still come out smelling like roses!In larger organizations, managers feel a need to look good and protect their own credibility. They hire people similar to themselves or people not as smart so they can ‘coach’ them. They look good  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Amichai Lesser 
 
 Article Title :: Business Needs Vs. Network Performance: Critical Challenges Facing Network Managers
 
Networking is getting tougher. Networks must deliver a growing range of services, from ERP, CRM and email to VoIP and web services applications, each of which has its own idiosyncrasies and requirements. Each new service introduced onto the network contends for available resources with every other service, impacting the network’s ability to support the business.Meanwhile, the network itself is constantly changing. New locations are added – some of which may be in another country or on another continent. Equipment is upgraded and/or re-configured. New management and/or security tools may themselves impact service performance. Decisions about data center consolidation and busines  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: The DMAIC Method in Six Sigma
 
The Six Sigma DMAIC process methodology is a system that brings measurable and significant improvement to existing processes that are falling below specifications. The DMAIC methodology can be used when a product or process is in existence at your company but is not meeting customer specification or is otherwise not performing adequately.DMAIC is an acronym for five interconnected phases:* Define the project goals and deliverables for both internal and external customers* Measure the process to determine current performance* Analyze and determine the root cause(s) of the defects* Improve the process by eliminating defects* Control future process p  (read full article)
 
 
 
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