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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Scott Bianchi 
 
 Article Title :: Where You Park at Work
 
Did any of you hear? Beginning now you are only able to park at the work parking lot if you purchase the product being produced by your company. If you buy from the competitor you must park across the street. Obviously I am joking about this, unless you work for Ford.http://money.cnn.com/2006/01/27/news/companies/ford_parkinglot/index.htmI have written an article in the past about GM and their issues and I should have really included Ford in there as well. Since writing the GM article Ford has announced 30,000 job cuts and I recently read an article where the employees at the plant where F-150’s are assembled are only allowed to park on the company parking lot if they   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dr Julie Miller 
 
 Article Title :: Does Your Business Have an E-mail Protocol?
 
The blessing and the curse of the digital revolution! Between e-mail, instant and text messaging, cell phones, Blackberries and the Internet, we are drowning in data overload. Moreover, the constant interruptions are costing the U. S. economy an estimated $558 billion annually. This staggering number does not add in the cost of poorly written e-mails that land companies and employees in hot legal trouble, destroy long-term client relationships, and ruin reputations—just review Mike Brown’s e-mails (former FEMA chief) as Hurricane Katrina raged and you will understand. Add to this mix a lack of civility and common sense and you have an explosive brew.What to do?   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Saunders 
 
 Article Title :: Mastering the Difference Between Leadership and Management
 
It is a common belief that management and leadership are the same role. While it is common that a manager also plays the part of the leader, these two roles are truly separate in function and in the way they add to the success of an orginization. By understanding the difference between management and leadership you will become more effective in helping others see the road ahead.To understand the difference between management and leadership, consider the construction of a new road. To build that road there are workers, machinery and tools which are all vital in the road’s construction. Managers help ensure those workers, machinery and tools work together in the most efficient way  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Gurr 
 
 Article Title :: Is Six Sigma Worth the Investment For a Small or Medium Sized Business?
 
First let's define Six Sigma in terms we can all understand. It's a quality control process that is data driven What that means is the result is measured in numbers, in particular, numbers of defects . To achieve Six Sigma you should have less than 3.4 defects per million opportunities. Opportunities for what? I guess a million opportunities to screw up.The list of big companies that are utilizing Six Sigma is huge. But is it right for the small and medium business? GE and Motorola will find it hard to gain any more market share thany they already have. The best way for them to increase profits is to decrease costs. But is that really true for a small or medium sized manufacturer?   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Stroud 
 
 Article Title :: Whatever Happenned To Recuiters?
 
By 2012, recruiters will be as irrelevant as the Milkman, Blacksmith, and Phone Operators of yesteryear. Why? Simply put, the innovation of the age would have quietly and efficiently processed humanity out of the doldrums of administrivia and research; thereby eradicating an industry made up of recruiters, career job boards, career coaches, resume writers and internet researchers. An explanation of their extinction is seen in the day-to day work process of the average hiring manager.Sally Newyear is a Project Manager operating in a Fortune 500 company that produces widgets. She was assigned to control the production of 1,000,000 widgets by the end of the quarter; not a problem with  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Stroud 
 
 Article Title :: A Great Idea That Will Never Happen
 
It is too easy to become a recruiter. I suppose that can be said for a variety of disciplines, but I would wonder how closely those positions affect the bottom line the way recruiting does. A company is powered by its people and the gas of that engine is recruiting. Staffing professionals know this, C-level executives are aware of the fact and likewise savvy investors who bet on the jockey rather than the horse they ride on. However, across many organizations the staffing department is grudgingly regarded as a resource of necessity that is wholly unappreciated. To make an unfair comparison, recruiters are often thought of like Firemen; well appreciated in times of fire, but forgotten othe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Stroud 
 
 Article Title :: The Art of Wooing: How To Impress Potential Hires
 
How do you feel about love? I don’t mean the flowers, candy and rapid heartbeat kind-of-love, but rather those warm-and-fuzzy emotions that accompany Recruiting.What’s that you say? Human Resources and “love” do not exist in the same sentence? Really? Why is that? (Go ahead and answer, I’ll wait…)Perhaps a better question is, “What prevents love from co-existing in your staffing department, especially as it relates to hiring?”Right away I sense that you find this ideal to be ludicrous and without merit or professional bearing, but I would argue the contrary. For the purposes of this article, love is defined as a potential hire possessing a zealous des  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Morris 
 
 Article Title :: Establishing A Customer Loyalty Program
 
A lot of companies nowadays are coming up with various customer loyalty programs to ensure bigger profits for their companies. This may seem to be quite a worn idea already for a customer loyalty program but people, no matter how wealthy they are, actually enjoy getting freebies every now and then.1. The ConceptLet’s try to further discuss the concept behind this customer loyalty program. With a rewards-based customer loyalty program, the customer will have fun spending more on your company due to your company’s promise that the bigger points the a loyal customer receives from their purchases the greater the rewards that they will soon get from the company. From having f  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nido Qubein 
 
 Article Title :: How to Grow Star Performers
 
Most of us can divide the people in our organizations into three categories: Star performers, moderate performers and substandard performers.Suppose you have 100 employees. In a typical work force, that would probably mean 15 star performers, 83 moderate performers and two substandard performers.Now suppose you could convert five of your moderate performers into star performers. Would it make a significant difference in productivity?You might be surprised. A study of computer programmers at Bell Laboratories showed that the star performers outperformed moderate performers by a margin of 8-1. If that holds true in your organization, the conversion of five of your moder  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: How Making the Right Decision is What we All Want to Do
 
Ever been frustrated by someone who made a decision that seemed to be the wrong decision?Of course you have - we all have.Have you ever made a decision that was deemed to be the 'wrong' decision?You got it - we've all done this.Did you make that wrong decision intentionally; wilfully; on purpose?Of course not.In fact, if you're anything like me, maybe you wrangled over which way to go.Exactly which was the best decision.Perhaps not for you, but perhaps for the circumstances that you found yourself in (maybe the wrong reason, but hey, who's for a peaceful life - there is a whole other thing here about going with your heart etc., but t  (read full article)
 
 
 
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