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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Croft 
 
 Article Title :: Project Management - Why I Love Gantt Charts
 
Do you have a Gantt chart for each one of your projects, on your wall? (By the way, a Gantt chart is just a chart with time along the horizontal and the tasks drawn on as long thin boxes). If you don't already use them, here's why I think they are worth it:1. Communication: everyone can see the project, where they fit in, and why if they go late they will affect others.2. Monitoring progress - by colouring in the Gantt chart you can make sure you're keeping up with the Today line, and you can take action as required if you're not keeping up (crashing tasks, slipping the programme, whatever). Without a coloured-in Gantt chart you can only say you're about half way thro  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Susan Stamm 
 
 Article Title :: The Power of Feedback
 
Over the past 25 years I have witnessed many trends, methodologies and conceptual models come and go in the learning industry. But If I had a crystal ball and could look into future, I be willing to bet that feedback will continue to be a big player in the future of performance management. Sadly, for many organizations, 360 feedback got a rocky start. It was not done well in the beginning. Some people got hurt. Some organizations used it badly. But through all the challenges, feedback has continued to grow in its use and value in helping people reach their potential while also helping the organizations that they serve.The real spirit of feedback is to help people achieve more, t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 
 Article Title :: Risk Management - Sub-Contractors
 
Risk management and assessment of sub-contractors and suppliers must start early in the life of a bid. As soon as the need for bought in items is identified and a list of potential sub-contractors created, the risk management process kicks in.Risk assessment of sub-contractors becomes more essential, the more complex the item of supply and the fewer suppliers there are to choose from.The amount and importance of risk management goes in this order, starting with the most difficult:If the system requires a complicated piece of modified software based on an existing proprietary software, then due to copyright issues, only the original owner of the code can be approached  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 
 Article Title :: Risk Management - Selecting Potential Sub-Contractors
 
The risk management of a project at the top level is complex enough, but when the infeed from outside companies has to be considered as well, it becomes even more so.Starting with the receipt of an invitation to tender from a potential customer, the steps to be taken to manage the risk associated with selecting suppliers are as follows.The project technical lead must review all the technical documentation received from the customer. Following the project team's decision that certain items need to be sub-contracted, the technical lead will write, or have a representative write, a technical requirements specification for each item to be sub-contracted, which will form part of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Lemberg - 
 
 Article Title :: Next Years Planning
 
I'm amazed at how each year slips by just a little more quickly. Only a few weeks ago I was running the San Juan River in Utah - blazing sunshine and ninety degrees in the shade. Now it's Fall already. And hey, I live in Southern California - in some places it's almost winter. Friends of mine back East are talking about 30 degree temperatures - or colder. Even snow flurries. Blink - and it will be November, then Thanksgiving, and right its heels - New Year's. All of which is great if you love to ski, or snowshoe... Which brings me to every businessperson's favorite indoor sport - planning. Each year around this time I urge clients to dust o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: It's Your Move: The First Step to Accountability
 
Every place I go, if I’m in an organization long enough, I’ll hear people lament about the lack of accountability. Specifically, I hear things like: “They just don’t seem to care enough, I guess.” “Those action items never get done – I don’t know why we even identify them.” “I have trouble getting people to be committed to achieving the things they are responsible for.” “Everyone wants to blame someone else – it is never their responsibility.”These comments come from every level, and they are referring to people both above them organizationally, as well as those that may work for them. In other words the concern is widespread and includes everyone.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Leanne Hoagland-Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Business: How Management's Promotion Policies May Create Super Failures
 
Many organizations subscribe to the policy of promotion from within. Today, many eager employees consistently demonstrate all the capacities of being a “super-worker.” Each and every day, their strengths of job specific skills are viewed by their “bosses.” When that one management position is available, these “super-workers” hungrily vie for that position. And sometimes with hard work, one of these individuals safely reaches that next step up the corporate or management ladder – being a Supervisor.Now, this highly skilled super-worker is catapulted into an entirely different world of management – supervision. The skills that broug  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Don Doman 
 
 Article Title :: Meetings, Bloody Meetings
 
You’ve probably been to meetings where you wondered what you had ever done to deserve the tortures of sitting through a horrendous meeting. I have.Just recently I found myself committed to helping on a fund-raiser. I dutifully attended the meeting with a presentation offering nearly twenty creative ways to market the fund raising event. I was prepared for the meeting, but I wasn’t prepared for the chaos.The meeting seemed like a free-for-all and it went on and on. I began to think, “Why am I here,” and “How can I get out of here?” I gave everyone two sheets of paper containing my ideas and began addressing each one. I don’t think I made it past the first one, b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brent Filson 
 
 Article Title :: The Quakers, A Sword, And The Leadership Talk
 
William Penn (1644-1718),founder of what would become the state of Pennsylvania, was on the receiving end of a succinct Leadership Talk that still reverberates down the centuries and into your everyday leadership challenges.In his youth, Penn became an ardent Quaker. When he asked George Fox (1624-1691), the founder of the non-violent religious sect, if he should continue to wear a sword, a standard part of the dress of Penn's aristocratic class, Fox replied, "Wear it as long as thou canst."Fox's reply not only illustrates a principle of Quakerism but also a principle underpinning a leadership process I have been teaching to thousands of leaders worldwide during the past 2  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Joseph Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: Six Sigma and Online Training
 
While nothing can exceed the breadth, depth, and quality of direct in-person training, various factors can make it inconvenient. If your organization is serious about Six Sigma training, but find it difficult to get everyone together for instructor-led training, then an online Six Sigma course is a worthy alternative. An online training program can give your organization more flexibility and even reduce your training costs.Online training has been shown to be useful for many learning applications and Six Sigma is one of those. The advantages of online training over instructor-led training are simple but profound. There is considerable savings in cost as online instruction is less e  (read full article)
 
 
 
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