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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: Connections: Business Process Management and Six Sigma
 
One of the most powerful ways to improve business processes is combining business process management (BPM) strategies with Six Sigma strategies. BPM strategies emphasize process improvements and automation to drive performance, while Six Sigma uses statistical analysis to drive quality improvements. The two strategies are not mutually exclusive, however, and many companies have discovered that combining BPM and Six Sigma can create dramatic results.BPM basicsLet’s first take a look at the basics of BPM. It uses a four step method to create better processes and improve performance. The steps are as follows:• Map the process (whether new or existing) from sta  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Les Gore 
 
 Article Title :: Retaining Wall: How To Keep Your Best
 
Now that the economy and job market have rebounded, how can you retain your best people?That’s the challenge, according to many recent studies. At the very least, retention requires a competitive salary and great benefits. Employee involvement, recognition, advancement, development and pay, based on performance, are just the beginning of your quest to retain your best.As The Market Improves, Many Are Ready To Jump ShipTwo years of steady, if not spectacular job growth in direct marketing—and business in general—has emboldened more people to look around. Retention is the top priority at growing direct marketing organizations that are facing stiff compet  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Shirley Lee 
 
 Article Title :: Planning for Successful Productivity During Your Career?
 
Looking for skills to help increase career opportunities or enhance current position? Then consider the importance of time, meeting, and project management skills and how gaining better control in these areas can lead you where you want to go in the business world. It may be easy to see these skills will help in current job, but how can you be sure they will apply to future opportunities? If you are skeptical, try looking at job descriptions on the various job-search websites and you will discover that most of them will require one or more of these management skills (also referred to as planning or organization skills). Think about how using these skills may be seen by others who may   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nick Pangaro 
 
 Article Title :: Keys to Project Success - Using Audits and Reviews as a Best Project Management Practice
 
In recent years, many companies are putting increased emphasis on project management techniques as a result of lessons learned on past project performance. After experiencing project delays, overruns, missed quality goals, communication barriers, “scope creep”, and a general perception of projects being out of control, these companies are scrambling to implement good Project Management practices to prevent these types of problems. As part of these best practices, many companies have established project review and audit programs, periodically reviewing the status of projects and their alignment with individual and corporate goals. While worthwhile, in many cases these reviews and audi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sanjeev Himachali 
 
 Article Title :: One Shall Not Delegate What They Themselves Cannot Perform
 
Delegation is one of the most important management skills. These logical rules and techniques will help you to delegate well. Good delegation saves you time, develops you people, grooms a successor, and motivates. Poor delegation will cause you frustration, demotivates and confuses the other person, and fails to achieve the task or purpose itself.Delegating is nothing but “Internal Outsourcing”. The main purpose of delegating is “Time Management”...so that you can concentrate on big...main assignments, assignments which need your attention. But what can you delegate, is an important question. I am of the opinion that “One shall not delegate what they themselves cannot do  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Samuel Okoro 
 
 Article Title :: Some Lean Six Sigma Tools - Define and Measure
 
The cost, speed and quality leaps of Lean Six Sigma are obtained through the application of appropriate tools. Following the DMAIC improvement model of Lean Six Sigma, we will look at a number of tools from each phase.The Define PhasePurpose of Define: This phase of the Lean Six Sigma implementation identifies the improvement opportunities and customer deliverables and defines a scope. At the end of the define phase, we should have a project charter, clearly identified stakeholders, a project team, estimation of business implications, an evaluation of customer requirements, a high level process map and project management and commun  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill McRea 
 
 Article Title :: Business Management – Removing the Blade from the Stone
 
As business managers we often feel as if we are asked to do impossible task. It really does not matter what industry or product you are trying to manage, obstacles are going to appear which seem insurmountable. Owners, bosses and fellow employees may seem like the enemy and not an ally in your goals. Everyone demands the impossible without regard to how it can be achieved. And this is how it should be!It makes no sense to approach life with an “I’ll take what comes my way” attitude, and this is true in business management as well. As a leader of an organization, big or small, large things must be asked from all involved. Many times we are going to ask people to accomplish so  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Barbara Bissonnette 
 
 Article Title :: Emotionally Intelligent Managers Finish First
 
The ancient admonition to “know thyself” is increasingly relevant for business people today. Research shows that emotional intelligence (EI) factors like self-awareness and social skill can be three times more important than IQ or technical ability for job success. On other hand, lack of “people skills” is a leading cause of executive derailment and employee turnover.Emotional intelligence can be broadly defined as an individual’s ability to understand and manage his or her own emotions, and to respond empathically and authentically to others. Daniel Goleman popularized the concept in two hugely popular books, “Emotional Intelligence” and “Working with Emotional Int  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Lemberg 
 
 Article Title :: 6 Ways Bosses Hurt Employee Performance
 
How owners and managers hurt employee performanceMost discussions of management and leadership talk about what to do to help people be their best. Here are six ways executives and entrepreneurs routinely do the opposite.1)They don't provide a vision for the company.Today, most companies have a vision, and most of these visions wind up as nicely written statements on wooden plaques. These are the "visions and missions" employees scoff at. But without a clear and compelling company direction, employees have no real freedom of action. Without a north star to follow, the best they can do is what they are told - a rather low performance position.Eve  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Lemberg 
 
 Article Title :: Effective Delegating
 
Delegation -- one of the critical determining factors for everyone who wants to be an effective leader or manager. And for those of us control freaks, lack of delegating skill can be a real show stopper.Because the harder you try to hold on to things, the faster they can get away from you, and if you want to extend your reach beyond your ability to do everything at once, you must delegate some things to other people.In my business coaching practice, and in our franchise for business coaches we find that delegation is simply frightening for many people.Why?First of all, you may enjoy doing the thing you have to delegate...You may think yo  (read full article)
 
 
 
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