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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Susan Cullen 
 
 Article Title :: Proven Methods To Increase Workplace Productivity... In Less Time and With Less Cost
 
This article describes how investments in skill-building training programs are usually wasted, and how to implement the best available options for enhancing learner retention and increasing your organization’s ROI.The ProblemDo any of these challenges sound familiar to you?We spent quite a bit of money to train our staff, and now 6 months later nobody is using it! Everybody liked the program, and they were positive when they walked out the door, but nothing seems to have really changed….Our senior leaders are complaining that we didn't get the results we were after, in spite of the significant investment we mad  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Harrison 
 
 Article Title :: Back To Square One!
 
If you look, see, hear and think you will learn.Sounds obvious but how many do it? I am a self confessed infoholic. My addiction is information on topics that interest me; world affairs/politics, business and sport. I am interested in ‘cause and effect’ so the net result is I read a lot.Not just novels like most people but what interests me. It’s amazing what you see, what it means and what you learn.Recently I came across two short articles in the same journal on facing pages and they said so much about why people fail in business and yet, do people ever learn?One article gave statistics on businesses failing from cash flow problems and the other was abo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Leslie Malin 
 
 Article Title :: If I Am So Busy... How Come I'm Not Getting Very Far? The Truth About How Managers Spend Their Time
 
Let's be honest, this is just between us … are you one of the 10% who work purposefully to complete important tasks or one of the 90% that are frenzied and fed-up?If frenzied and fed-up sounds right, join the 90% of those with responsibility for managing people and/or processes who self-sabotage by busily engaging in non-purposeful activities, procrastinating, detaching from their work and needlessly spinning their wheels.OK, I'll be the first to admit it…I have been known to scurry around, multi-tasking away and at the end of the day I am horrified at what little I have actually accomplished.It's called, "Busy Idleness" and it affects most of us. We have an easy   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bob Selden 
 
 Article Title :: Who's Got The Monkey Now? How to Find Out How Well You Manage Your Time
 
Are you a manager? Would you like more available time? Yes, then read on . . . How come you’ve worked hard all day but haven’t started the one task that was most important to you? As a manager, how come your daily work schedule often falls in a heap by mid-morning? Who’s got the monkey? The answer is, you have - probably several! “Management Time: Who’s got the Monkey” has been the second most popular management article ever published by the Harvard Business Review (“Management Time: Who’s got the Monkey”, by William Oncken and Donald Wass, first published by Harvard Business Review, 1974) and has been reprinted several times. Thirty  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Crocker 
 
 Article Title :: Make Every Meeting Productive: Become a Great Facilitator
 
One of the most powerful leadership tools available is the ability to facilitate a meeting or a work session. Too often, these gatherings are a disorganized jumble of unprocessed ideas that leave participants frustrated and feeling that “nothing much got accomplished”.Effective facilitation is simple. With a bit of practice, anyone can learn how to do it. There are 10 key steps to becoming a master facilitator:1.Prepare in advance. Put yourself in the role of a participant and think through the logical elements that need to come together in order to achieve the desired outcome.2.Define the meeting objective. Finish the sentence: ‘the purpose of thi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Effective Performance Management
 
Recently the Aberdeen Group completed a study on performance management. They found that companies with best-in-class employee performance management systems produce 50 to 70 percent more revenue than those that don’t have a good system. That finding gets my attention.We also know, from earlier studies, that top performers are four times as productive as the weakest performer in an organization.Bob Rogers, the president of Development Dimensions International (www.ddiworld.com), has said, “The majority of the workforce is randomly trying to achieve success without any real understanding of how success is measured for them in the organization.” The need for an effective  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: L. John Mason 
 
 Article Title :: Tips for Organizational Stress Management
 
These suggestions came from a survey conducted regarding what has been useful for various businesses and organizations. Pick ones that you would use for your organization and use them. If you require coaching or training for the implementation, contact us for professional support.1. Focus groups…discussion of issues and solutions2. Survey employees regarding issues and possible solutions3. Divide issues into ones where there is control and ones where is NO controla. Acceptance of no controlb. Possible solutions or enhanced practices (Tackle the difficult situations and not just talk but solid follow-through…with accountability)4. Invite input   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Evidence-Based Decision Making
 
A rapidly spreading movement in the medical profession is evidence-based decision making. The business community has also begun to take notice. Pfeffer and Sutton’s recent “Harvard Business Review” article argues for evidence-based decision making in business management.Physicians using evidence-based decision making are committed to identifying, disseminating, and applying the latest research that is soundly conducted and clinically relevant. While this makes common sense, it is not common practice.Thousands of studies of medical practice are conducted each year. You may find the research findings disturbing. Only 15% of medical decisions are evidence based!Wha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marco Terry 
 
 Article Title :: Medical Factoring: How to Finance Your Healthcare Business Without a Loan
 
There are few bigger pains for healthcare industry professionals than having to wait 30, 60 or even 120 days to collect payments from insurance companies, HMOs and Medicare/Medicaid. The healthcare industry is riddled with complex billing, coding and processing rules that create very long payment cycles. This can be very difficult for medical offices, testing and diagnostic centers, medical supply companies, or any healthcare related business, for that matter. There are always many ongoing expenses that can’t wait. There is rent that needs to be paid, offices expenses that need to be covered, and payroll that must be met.This situation creates a problem for most healthcare busine  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Keith Clark 
 
 Article Title :: Expand or Contract - It's Your Choice
 
I am often amazed at the efforts that many business leaders put into making themselves and their businesses smaller. Yes. You heard me right—making their businesses smaller. A major challenge threatens them and instead of finding the positive side and seeing the opportunity, they shrink from it and try to find a way to cut back somewhere to fill the gap.Take the current business climate in California. A quick survey of the Chambers of Commerce throughout the state will tell you their major focus is on getting legislators to pass laws to lower the cost for companies to do business. Most of this cost cutting revolves around lowering workers comp benefits, freezing the minimum wage,  (read full article)
 
 
 
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