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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Floyd 
 
 Article Title :: Software Project Management in Today's Business World
 
As a practicing project manager I felt that I could provide some good tools, useful information and cool links related to this field. This page is for project managers and the purpose is to share information on software development project management topics. My scope on this page is to provide general, as well as, specific project information and software to assist anyone who is working to establish consistent software project leadership.Moreover, I hope to provide some assistance in building professionalism. The current literature still says even with all the training going on and attention to managing projects there is still a rather large error or failure rate in software pro  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert Cameron 
 
 Article Title :: Stop the Revolving Door of Employee Turnover
 
The challenge and cost of employee turnover is one of the most discussed, most frustrating and most misunderstood problems businesses face. CEO’s have identified employee retention as one of their key challenges in 2005. Yet organizations continue to struggle with this costly issue. The science of psychological assessments has recently advanced, allowing the development of much more predictive assessment tools.If you do not know what your employee turnover cost is, many experts agree that you can come surprisingly close to the cost of a single turnover incident by simply multiplying the annual salary for the position times 2.5 – that will cover productivity loss, recruiting and  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Fix the Right Root Causes
 
Identify and fix the right root causes.Complicated problems have multiple root causes, probably more than you can handle all at once. The trick is to address the important causes first. Don’t waste time or money on causes that are either insignificant in impact or only peripheral causes of the problem you’re trying to fix.Root cause identification. Use an appropriate root cause analysis tool to identify the possible causes of your problem. Which tool is best depends on the problem, but Ishikawa analysis (also called cause-and-effect or fishbone analysis) is a good general-purpose tool. Keep checking that the causes you identify are possible causes of the pr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: L. John Mason 
 
 Article Title :: Managers Profitability: Benchmarking Your Personnel for Success
 
To be a great manager you need to have great personnel! To be most profitable, managers need to find the qualities that are most successful for your organization and then hire the “right” people. 90% of job interview outcomes are based on “intuition” which for many managers gives less than ideal results. How can successful managers maximize their results by placing the best candidates in ideal jobs?Benchmarking for SuccessCan you identify the top 10-20% of your work force? Besides the technical experience or background training, what are the qualities that these “winners” have in common? What is it about “Style” or their “Values” that make these pe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: R.G. Srinivasan 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Motivation through Recognition
 
Managers are often confronted with high employee attrition. For most managers the easiest solution when a valuable employee resigns his job is to offer more benefits in terms of money and perquisites. But rarely does it work. Exit interviews often point out low moral due to infrequent appreciation and recognition of the contribution of the employee leading to de-motivation and disenchantment with the job.Improving employee motivation and morale is the easiest method of improving organizational productivity and cut down employee turnovers. Replacing good employee could be expensive in terms of recruitment costs and time.Research has conclusively established that the major  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Larry Galler 
 
 Article Title :: Who Has the Keys to Open the Door of Success?
 
There, right in front of you is the golden door with a sign above it. The sign says “SUCCESS.” All you have to do is open the door and walk through into entrepreneurship’s holy grail. You grab the handle and pull. “Drat!” the door is locked. Who has the key?We all have the key. It’s right there on our key ring. But there are many keys on the ring and we have to find the right one to open this lock.If there was one key that opened every door it would be easy. The problem is that each business, even businesses in the same industry, have different key factors for success and we have to discover which key will turn in our lock. For some businesses the door i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dominick Borzomati 
 
 Article Title :: Are YOU an Outstanding Manager / Leader?
 
Wisdom is one of the primary characteristics of an outstanding leader - leaders have an insatiable curiosity for discovering and learning new things. Leadership and learning go together. If you have determined that your learning is behind the curve, then recommit yourself to seeking it out at every opportunity, in every conversation, around every corner. Do you have a process for continual self-improvement? Get hooked on the improvement habit. Here are some tips:· Spend your time with optimistic, growing people.· Become a reader. If you are not one already, this is an important source of learning and reflection. Many great books are available to inspire, guide, and instruc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Delegate Successfully - The Four Level Rule
 
Delegation is a subtle, yet vital art in business. It can work very effectively for you - but only if you use it well. And use it for the benefit of all involved. There is a vital 'ground rule' that you must accommodate. And that's around a clear 'level of authority' to act...Most business owners, managers and executives who are successful have a clear strategy for making the most of their own skills. To quote Stelios Haji-Ioannou, founder of easyJet, the originator of no-frills short-haul airlines in Europe, in their latest in-flight magazine:-"They find out what they're good at and delegate the rest."Nothing too amazing t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Deepshiksa Khosla 
 
 Article Title :: The Six Sigma Approach
 
To put it in layman language, the Six Sigma proposition is all about improving capabilities of business process to such an extent that there in no margin for poor quality. Customers value unswerving, consistent, predictable and world-class quality from a product or service. More often than not however, businesses measure their performance on averages and average-based measures of the recent past. With a Six Sigma approach the organization ensures that the customers are not presented with a variant experience of the service or product every time. The idea is to reduce variation and improve business processes to such an extent that customers are delighted with the consistency of the produc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rodney Robbins 
 
 Article Title :: Getting Started with Quality Management
 
One of the best places to start in creating a quality management system, is at the bottom. Don’t start writing mission statements and policies. Everybody is all for baseball and apple pie, until you throw a dollar at them. Don’t start with procedures that tell who is responsible for this and what they are authorized to do about that. I like written procedures, but they still don’t get to the heart of day to day operations. No, I believe you need to start creating your quality management system with good old fashioned written work instructions.Work instructions read like cookie recipes. They usually include a list of supplies (ingredients) for a particular job, plus detailed g  (read full article)
 
 
 
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