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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: Creating a Goals Centred Management System
 
How to Establish a Goal-Centered Management SystemThe start of a new year is an ideal time to rethink what you want to achieve in your business this year. It’s true to say that small and medium businesses must be proactive about creating their future. Without this, things just seem to “happen” without your control. A management system that is “goals-centred” is one tool that the small business can use to craft their future. This is a system of deciding what you are going to do everyday based on the goals you are working toward.It sounds simple enough, but the research clearly shows that most small businesses don’t set goals – at all. The goal set  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: How Well do Employers Really Know What Their Staff Want?
 
A major problem for business owners and employers today is getting the best employees and then keeping them. Sounds easy, but any employer will tell you that these activities take up the most time and have the biggest impact on business results. So how do you go about retaining the good people once you’ve found them?Understanding what your employees want from a workplace sounds like a logical place to start. After all, if you know what your employees are after, you simply need to provide it and all will be well. This is a great theory, but research shows that employers are not that successful at identifying what their employees actually want. In fact there is a significant di  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Samuel Okoro 
 
 Article Title :: Adopting a Business Process Approach to Management - 6 Critical Steps
 
1. Determine Who Are Your Customers and Stakeholders, and What Benefits Your Organisation Offers Them In our previous article we emphasised the customer/stakeholder focus of the business process approach to management. The first step is therefore clearly determining who those customers and stakeholders are. Who buys or uses your product or service offering? Who makes the buying decision? What exactly are they buying in terms of benefits? Who else is affected by your activities and what are their expectations?A small pharmaceutical manufacturer of multivitamins, antibiotics, syrups and OTC medicines for children, located in a large African city, was trying to answer th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mansi Aggarwal 
 
 Article Title :: Asset Management Journal Guide
 
Diligently managed assets of a business organization can make a lot of difference in its profit percentages. Judicious control over all tangible and intangible assets of a company makes sure that there are no leaking funds in the organization and all assets are utilized at maximum capacity. An inefficient management of resources and incorrect information about the objects in a commercial establishment may lead to drainage of finances and in turn adversely affect company’s performance.Realizing the importance of asset management in any company’s performance has led to newer advanced strategies in this field of trade. Entire business management consists of host of issues comprisi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rodney Robbins 
 
 Article Title :: Turn Chaos Into Quality -- Starting Today
 
Unless you start doing “it” today, all the quality checks in the world won’t save your company from a major stumble. As a quality manager, I like to imagine that if everybody does their job and quality is high at every stage in the production process, I’ll enjoy a smooth operation and get satisfied customers as a result. But experience has taught me that a mean spirit can infect and poison the work place when people don’t watch what they say.Mean comments by coworkers about managers, snide asides about other employees, managers who gossip about recently terminated employees, supervisors who don’t communicate managements intentions, unnecessary secrets, and people who ju  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Charlene Rashkow 
 
 Article Title :: How to Choose a Writer For Your Next Project!
 
Well-written content drives business. Whether it's copy on your website, copy for your direct mailings, an impressive article, a business plan or proposal, the words you choose determine your profits. Because written content covers a lot of territory, if you’re ready to put your thoughts in a special written presentation but you feel stuck for just the right words, perhaps you should consider hiring a professional writer. Believe it or not, good writers are eager to help you with your important documents and are often very affordable. When you consider the old adage: "You only get one chance to make a first impression," spending a little money on making a positive name for yourself   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Have the Courage to Say "No"
 
Have the courage to say no. When companies are faced with a major problem, such as something that makes a strategic customer start making angry phone calls, there is a lot of pressure to do something and do it quickly. If you are the designated problem-solver in such a situation, there’s a good chance you’ll be asked to do the impossible.If you believe the problem as defined can’t be solved in the time-frame allowed or with the resources available, your best option is to say so right away. Accepting an assignment that you truly believe is impossible is setting yourself up for failure.However, simply refusing such an assignment is likely to be a career-lim  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gary Cohen 
 
 Article Title :: Create Better Decisions: Whose Decision Is It?
 
As clients meet with me to discuss leadership, inevitably the conversation turns to decision-making. Making decisions is one of the most taxing job responsibilities that leaders have. In my experience, leaders suffer more than they should because they make too many decisions. Too often, they fail to ask, “Whose decision is it?” or “Who is the decider?” When leaders take the burden of responsibility too far, they either want to protect others from making tough decisions or they want to extend their power. The result is often poor decision-making because these leaders do not have sufficient information. And the team members who should have made the decision do not gain val  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Murad Ali 
 
 Article Title :: Generational Managing
 
Within the corporate world we now see three different generation cultures working side-by-side. Progressive mangers are expected to understand these differences and make peace with the different mindsets and traits that come along each age group. In order to retain top talent and build solid working teams rewards and assignments should take into consideration the personal likes and dislikes of each of the groups.Culture plays an important part of successful management. For example, older executive managers have a different culture than their younger subordinates. Today there is four different cultures co-existing at once; traditionalists who were born before 1945, boomers who were   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jan Verhoeff 
 
 Article Title :: Master Archival Data Storage
 
You’ve seen it. Management operating on data overloads; stacks of printed data falling off the desk, overflowing the file cabinets, and running down the stairs of the office data storage rooms. What to do with the data? Critical information is lost. Knowledge that could be of great help to the general population is unavailable, growing moldy and dusty on some executive’s desk waiting for approval. Or worse, created in mega bundles of bits and lost in compound directories with the wrong label, stored for infinity in a malfunctioning system of neglect.Retrieval of hard copy data is simple; have a file with each client’s name, and their data goes in that hard copy file. Although  (read full article)
 
 
 
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