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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Leanne Hoagland-Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Exceptional Leaders Know How to Find and Read the Signs, Do You?
 
Signs, Signs, Everywhere there’s signs, these lyrics recorded by Telsa reminded me what separates exceptional leaders from the average leaders -- the ability to find and read signs. This awareness to signs allows these leaders to think both creatively and strategically.First, what makes an exceptional leader? In the book Fail-Safe Leadership, the authors Linda Martin and Dr. David Mutchler in 100 pages boil leadership down to the ability to get results within clearly articulated core values. The how of getting results or what some may call performance continues to vex many businesses and individuals.Examples in history are endless. George Washington read the   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne Gibbs 
 
 Article Title :: Preventing the Misconduct of Your Children or Employees
 
Human behavior, whether that of a child or a grown employee, always stems from a goal or purpose. Starting as a thought, the behavior is further enforced by triggers of the emotions and senses. This behavior, when it is "good", gets us rewards and recognition, while on the other hand, negative, or "bad", behavior creates a strain on a relationship, sometimes fatally.If you were to look at it closely, the misconduct of some employees closely resembles that of a child's misbehavior while he is seeking his mother's attention and not receiving it. Remember the antics of a young child in the supermarket who had a "Terrible Two's" tantrum because his mother won't but him the candy or toy  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Richard L Williams 
 
 Article Title :: Hurlock's Study: Praise verses Criticism
 
Research studies can be intellectual, academic, difficult to understand, and sometimes even irrelevant to our specific application. But there are other studies that can be very insightful and help us understand how better to do our job. There is one such study that I would like to discuss in this month’s column. The information is so timely and connected to managing others that I think we all need to read and think about what the researchers discovered. The unique part of this study is that the researchers were not studying adults, but rather children. I know this may sound strange to you; however, what we learn from the study can be directly related to managing adults. So don’t get c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Hans Bool 
 
 Article Title :: The Differences Between Line and Project Management
 
The first difference between these two is that line or middle management is mainly about operational and to a lesser extent about tactical management. Operational management is about managing daily activities. Tactical management is the “layer” between operational and strategic management; “How do we get there,” is one of the questions the tactical manager is dealing with.In that sense, the project manager of program manager for who manages various projects, is the tactical manager. He or she is concerned with the issue of transforming the organization to its future form.The operational manager addresses most of its energy to directing people. Motivating, delegating  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert Berman 
 
 Article Title :: The Value of Shotgun Clauses in Partnership Agreements!
 
Partnerships, like marriages do not always last. When a partnership is being dissolved the biggest area of contention is usually the valuation of the business. Valuation is generally very subjective. Areas of contention can be as simple as the current value of manufacturing equipment, book, or replacement value, to future profitability, to what value an individual partner may have to the ongoing business.How can former partners agree on a fair market value of the business? There are companies that specialize in valuing businesses, but again, this type of valuation suffers from the same problem of subjectivity.Hopefully, when the partnership was initially formed the indiv  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Hans Bool 
 
 Article Title :: Business Patterns - The Queue
 
Business Patterns are very useful concepts. The queue is one of them that is used in nearly any business today, especially in call centers. You remember this when you hear some music and an iron voice telling you: "Please stay on the line..." Why are queues so important and what do they solve for your business?Christopher Alexander is “the father” of the pattern language a book that describes a common sense building approach by using patterns. In this book he elaborates 253 building patterns; solutions that were found for problems that repeatedly occur in our environment. Once such a solution seems to work, it can be used many times...(read more at: http://www.patternlanguage.c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Morris 
 
 Article Title :: Make Customers Come Back - Winning Customer Retention Strategies
 
Customer Retention marketing is a tactically-driven strategy to keep relationships with customers going and increase customer interest. This strategy relies on the study of customer behavior. Here are the basic tenets of a marketer that seeks to increase customer retention:1. Past and Current customer behaviorThis is the best predictor of how customers will behave in the future. They are the characteristics marketers should most often look at. Analyzing customer tendencies and trends allows the marketer to anticipate, if not predict, the customers reaction to different situations. The marketer must take note that behavior is action oriented, not a description. For example,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert Berman 
 
 Article Title :: In Business The Proper Utilization Of Debt Can Increase Earnings Dramatically!
 
Good business practices suggests that a company should always take advantage of any and all credit facilities that they can obtain, subject, of course to getting them at a reasonable cost.Many business people hate to be in debt, to owe any money at all, but debt is the foundation of Western economies and proper utilization of debt facilities can increase business earnings dramatically. One must remember that liabilities are only relative to assets and it is important in any business to utilize their assets to increase their business sales and hence profits. This doesn’t mean that a business should immediately spend every dollar that they can obtain on credit. A company still m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Things and Leading People
 
"Too many managers treat "their people" as assets with skin wrapped around them."High-performing teams and organizations balance the discipline of systems, processes, and technology management on a base of effective people leadership. Here are some key of the key distinctions between the two:The Management-Leadership BalanceManagement:• Systems, process, and technology• Goals, standards, and measurements• Control• Strategic Planning• A way of doing• Directing• Responding and reacting• Continuous Improvement of what isLeadership:• People – context and culture• Preferred f  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Leaders Invest in Growing and Developing People
 
"A true Master is not the one with the most students, but one who creates the most Masters. A true leader is not the one with the most followers, but one who creates the most leaders." — Neale Donald WalschSuccessful leaders understand the difference between things and people in an organization. They know that it's important to manage things, but that it's even more important to lead people. Leaders don't just mouth empty phrases like "people are our greatest resource"; they demonstrate by their actions that people – not strategy, products, plans, processes, or systems – are the most critical factor in an organization's performance. That's why leaders invest heavily in growin  (read full article)
 
 
 
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