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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Mercer 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Tough Tips Employees Need To Hear
 
As a consultant and author of the book Absolutely Fabulous Organizational Change, I deliver presentations at companies’ management retreats and strategic planning meetings. During these, I help the management team plan how to implement highly profitable organizational change.Then, the executives sometimes ask me to deliver presentations at their employee meetings when they announce key changes. Since organizational change always impacts employees’ careers, employees typically greet the changes with fear and trepidation. My goal when I address the employees is twofold.First, I tell them they are not alone. Every employee in every company undergoing change feels uncomf  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sergey Dudiy 
 
 Article Title :: Getting Over Ambiguities in Your Decision Making
 
How do you normally go about non-trivial decisions?Even if you prefer to take time to do your homework and systematically clarify and prioritize all gains or costs, you can still face many grey areas, when pure logic by itself does not arrive at one convincing conclusion.It could be that your criteria for analysis are difficult to formulate unambiguously. You have gaps or conflicts in your data. Circumstances may be changing too fast to give you enough time to systematically sort out all the data. What do you do then?In such situations you will probably turn to your “gut feeling”, also known as your inner voice or intuition. When it comes to poorly structured prob  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul W Wilson 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Tips That Can Set You on the Fast Track of Being "King" in the Boss World
 
A boss is the head of an organization or department in a business. He or she as the case may be is the person in charge of effective functioning and responsible for instituting business plans. Donning the mantle of a great boss is a commitment for life. You need to reach out in every way.The cornerstones to becoming a great leader who people look up to and admire are:1. To be a visionary and abandon concentrating on nitty gritties to view the “big picture”. You must be able to plan and lead the company to a zenith never reached before. The company mission must include rounded goals, healthy profits, high ideals, and opportunities for employees to scale new heights along   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Christophe Poizat 
 
 Article Title :: Are You Driving Your ITSM Like a Stuntman or a Reckless Driver?
 
Dear Friend,Ideally, you should drive your IT like a wise stuntman and not a reckless driver. Prior to executing any daring stunt, a stuntman always studies and evaluates all the different parameters involved and all the possible scenarios with their associated level of risk.Depending on whether the probabilities of success appear to be high or low, the stunt will be marked as feasible or not feasible -- nobody wants to risk loosing their life stupidly.Once the stunt has been retained as feasible, the execution will be rehearsed many times. First on paper, then mentally.Over and over, the stuntman will go through the whole event and when he feels read  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jennifer Koretsky 
 
 Article Title :: CEOs of Life
 
The January issue of Entrepreneur Magazine had a great article on brain science in business. The article quoted Daniel Amen M.D., a much-loved author and ADD expert, who said that:“There's a very high incidence of ADD among CEOs in small companies...These are people who take risks, need people to help them stay organized, don't like working for other people, have a lot of energy and are good at multitasking.”-"Gray Matters" by Mark Henricks Entrepreneur Magazine January 2006The reason for this, I think, is that CEOs (and small business owners) are entrepreneurs who are not only encouraged, but required, to use their skills of creativity and strategic thinking.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Ways to Do Less Yourself in Your Business
 
You've been there and done it. You've got the tee-shirt and your experiences mean that you can cut so many corners. So you do. It's easier. You respond to all the requests, questions, challenges and mistakes of your people. By fixing them.And after a while two things happen.Firstly - You get exhausted, because everything revolves around you - every piddling decision, people wait for you.Secondly - Remarkably, your people start to leave - or give poor service - or get grumpy. Or all these, and more! How ungrateful, you've done everything for them...You see, fixing things, when they aren't working right, is a very natural instinct to use in business  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 
 Article Title :: Project Management, A Valuable Skill
 
Project management is a skill that must be learned. There are a number of talents one needs to possess in order to be successful in any area requiring project management. There are a number of resources available to the individual wanting to learn about project management and for those individuals looking for project management certification. Such resources include online classes, courses, and books, all of which can help an individual develop project management skills.For anyone managing any project, the object of the task is to see it through to its completion. Further, the completion of a project must be done in such a fashion that as little money is spent on it as possible  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Crocker 
 
 Article Title :: Lead Your Organization to a Better Culture and a Better Organization
 
A common concern of new CEO’s is how to create a positive organization culture. In simple terms, culture is the personality of the organization – and if you’re the CEO you want to be leading a confident star, not a disorganized slob.To develop their star, most organizations resort to gimmicks. We’ve all seen them: lunch and learns, staff BBQ’s, movie nights, theme parties, etc. I’ve even seen company’s define their culture in writing: “XYZ Company will be a high performing organization that is concerned about it customers, people and the environment.”There’s nothing wrong with any of these – except that they’re useless in the absence of leadership by  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Hans Bool 
 
 Article Title :: The Service Level Agreement - The Glass is Never (Completely) Full
 
Positive or negative thinking is sometimes visualized by a person expression his or her vision about the level of a glass; being either half FULL or half EMPTY.Try to remember a situation in which you thought you had a deal with someone, but in the end, there wasn’t such a deal, only an intention. For example: You had stored 900 Mb at one of your free internet mail providers. You stored important documents and the next time you logged in it appears that they were no longer there. There was however 1Gb of free space on your account. You are offering an internet service to your clients, they login to your tool environment, they pass the credit card payments an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew Rowe 
 
 Article Title :: How To Develop Business Through Third Party Channels
 
Business Development 101. We see lots of companies out there that decide to go through third party channels in order to take their products to market, yet neglect to put the necessary resources and structure around building, deploying, managing, and executing this third party channel strategy. Those companies assume that by outsourcing the sales of their products of those third party channels, they don't need to invest in providing the support or infrastructure or services or training to those channel partners in order to make them a success. Well, companies that have been in the business of successfully growing their companies through third party channels know better.The best p  (read full article)
 
 
 
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