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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pat Wiklund 
 
 Article Title :: Avoiding Unnecessary Crises
 
Be proactive, not reactive: Take Charge before action is needed I am often called in to "fix it." And when I start doing my assessment of what has gone wrong, and what is needed in the organization that is having difficulties, I often find that much of what has come down could have been prevented . . . either by preventative maintenance or timely preventative action.It is easy in the hurry up of today's business economy to be so busy putting out fires as you respond to important, urgent projects, that you neglect those equally important but not so urgent projects. It is what keeps you in crisis mode, calling me to take care of things and people tha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kal Bishop 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Creative People
 
There are a number of issues to consider when Managing Creative People:Common Characteristics / The Creative TypeDo creative people have common characteristics that we can identify, so that we can hire the right people? Some firms do not engage in creative activities because of a belief that "special" people are needed. Many theorists and practitioners think that there are common characteristics, such as tolerance to ambiguity and risk taking. However, many others argue that there are none ("For sixteen years I have been trying to find some common denominator which seems to apply to all creative people. There aren't any. If I could find five or six characteristics I m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ron Rosenhead 
 
 Article Title :: So, What is Project Management? Try Project Based Working, it Will Help You
 
Look around any organisation – large, medium and small. You have people, professional staff engaged in projects. These can include for example:1. service improvements 2. costs reduction 3. product development 4. staff development 5. improved salesWhere someone or a team are engaged in delivering a change, then you have a clear project and need to apply project management principles. But as we will show below, many people fail to recognise that the application to day-to-day work of some of the tools within project management can help them enormously and answer a key question!So, what is that questions? By far the most popular asked on any of our   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: 'Chiefs' and 'Indians' Management - Time to Change?
 
I've ummed and ahhed about the title for this topic, not wanting to cause offence. So if I do, I don't mean to - the term "Chiefs and Indians" is a metaphor, not a culture statement, so bear with me, it will become clear.You start at the top with the best paid and end up with the humble worker at the bottom end. In larger organisations this can be eight, ten or more deep!At the bottom you feel 'done to' at the top, you feel the 'doer' - a much more comfortable spot to be. Guess why!Yet it need not be this way. Of course there are always going to levels of authority, but wise organisations can soften this with a level of democracy which enables even those at the very b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jason Jantzi 
 
 Article Title :: Equipment Numbering and Categorizing - An Effective Approach
 
If your business needs to keep track of expensive equipment, some form of equipment tracking system is essential. As a first step in setting up such a system, you must decide how you will number your items.In some cases, your equipment and inventory items may already be numbered. You may be using a manufacturer’s SKU (stock keeping unit), or your own SKU, a serial number, or some other locally-developed numbering scheme.If your items are already numbered, that’s okay. You can use your existing numbering scheme as long as it’s convenient for you to use and is able to handle any growth you expect will happen. As we discuss the steps involved in designing a new number sch  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mary Murtha 
 
 Article Title :: Human Resources 101
 
Managing an organization on its way to success has its own challenges, like dealing with economic factors that may or may not stand as obstacles. Ordinarily, one will claim that this is a Human Resource affair. However, some successful organizations have employed more workable techniques to succeed. This is the human resources of today.The Traditional Role of Human ResourcesMost people in an organization will identify the Human Resources Department to anything systematic, policy-related or administrative. Some automatically think that a Human Resources Program will proceed with psychology or endeavor to inculcate any of the three mentioned above.This traditional metho  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Liz Cassidy 
 
 Article Title :: Project Management – Scheduling Projects Made Easy
 
Complex projects require sophisticated software and scheduling tools, however simpler and more straightforward projects involving only a few people over a relatively short period of time require a much simpler approach.Usually, a simple project will have a few steps which are dependent on other steps taking place first, and will be relatively straightforward to coordinate. An example might be creating and implementing a marketing plan for a one person business, painting a single room, baking a cake, planning a weekend away for two, building a garden shed etc.With simple projects, a tool such as a Gantt chart may make over complicate the project scheduling. Unless all team   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Casey Gollan 
 
 Article Title :: What is CRM, Customer Relationship Management?
 
CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management (CRM).It’s hard to find a definitive definition of what CRM means. So I’ll outline the broad meaning and then give some examples.You may have heard of the terms CRM and Customer Relationship Management in regards to software. Well CRM is not just a piece of software. It’s more than that.The CRM Customer Relationship Management software is a vital component, yet the whole business needs to understand CRM Customer Relationship Management in all departments and functions of the business and behave appropriately to make CRM Customer Relationship Management work.An effective CRM Customer Relationship Management w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Syed Ali 
 
 Article Title :: How to Drive the Right Customer Management System
 
As companies battle to win new customers and keep current ones where customer loyalty is fleeting at best, the demand for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions is at an all-time high. With all of the available solutions, companies wanting to leverage their sales and marketing strategies, strengthen their workforce, and utilize the best tools available are forced to make a CRM software choice. The problem is: Which choice is the right one?The right CRM solution can raise an organization’s visibility and place them far out in front of their competitors. The wrong choice can set them back thousands of dollars and cause them to lose the ground that they fought so hard to w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Riley 
 
 Article Title :: Work on Your Business, not in Your Business
 
Restaurateurs fail to get past one store because of one reason. Restaurateurs fail to make boatloads of money because of one reason.The one reason...they are too busy working in their business, not on it. How can you possibly expect to have time to manage the store when you are running it? You’re bussing tables, working the bar, helping out in the kitchen. You’re running food, cashing out servers, making schedule changes, covering shifts and dealing with the phone. You’re making table visits; you’re even running an ad in the local paper. But you know what? It’s not enough. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over an  (read full article)
 
 
 
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