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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 Article Title :: Project Management - The Bid Adjudication Period
Well, you got the bid in on time, possibly by dint of having your bid team, including word-processors and print-room staff, working all night. You now have a few weeks in which to have a short post-mortem, ensure that all the in-house copies of the bid paperwork are safe and to return to your normal job managing the projects that the company is already working on.You will be aware of your customer's stated adjudication period which may be anything from a couple of weeks to several months, or even years, depending on the complexity of the bid. The customer will have a review team in place and they will, almost certainly, be compiling a list of questions about your bid and those of  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: CD Mohatta 
 Article Title :: The Difference Between Boss and Leader
Every leader is a boss. But every boss is not the leader. This defines the difference between a boss and a leader. The biggest difference between a boss and a leader is one. The boss is respected and obeyed because of his/her seniority. A leader is respected and looked up to as a example not only because of seniority but mainly because of the qualities of character and ability. Please view these wallpapers in this reference.Those who aspire to become leaders must lead by example. The team must always have a firm belief that the leader will be there during every crisis. Not to fix the blame, but fix the problem. If the team members find that the leader does not follow what he/she pr  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Aviva Shiff 
 Article Title :: Assessment Tools - They're No Joke
I receive many jokes in my inbox. Jokes are brilliant because not only do they make you laugh, but if you pay attention, you can usually find an imbedded lesson. The fascinating aspect is that the same joke can impart a different message depending on the recipient’s head space and time.In my training and coaching practice, we often start with assessments. Let me share this joke with you and then I’ll describe the lesson I learned from it with relation to assessment tools.A woman brought a very limp duck into a veterinarian’s office. As she laid her pet on the table, the vet pulled out his stethoscope and listened to the bird's chest. After a moment or two, the vet sh  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Change of Residence Issues in Franchising Agreements
In this day and age when people change jobs every 3.2 years and change their life-time plan at least every six months or change spouses and get divorces more than anytime in modern history franchising companies must be careful to continually upgrade its data bases of its owners, outlets and their residences.Anyone who maintains databases, which have to do with humans knows that often the older data is pretty much worthless. In fact he biggest problem in law enforcement or government records is the data is all BS now after years of updating. Have you looked at your credit report lately? Well that is another perfect example of the problem.A problem, which franchisors do not ha  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brett Daneilson 
 Article Title :: Corporate Events That Do Double Duty
Recently, a teacher whose class regularly scores top marks shared her secret for team building success with me. "It's easy," she told me. "Each week, we set a goal as a class. If we've reached the goal at the end of the week, I treat the class to pizza and a game and then we sit down and plan next week's goal."There in a nutshell is a tried and true strategy for building and maintaining successful teamwork that any corporate event planner should take to heart. My teacher friend's Friday afternoon 'pizza party' serves a triple function - it recognizes the work achieved, rewards the team for their work, and serves as a springboard for the next goal. To be successful, a corporate even  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brett Daneilson 
 Article Title :: Rewarding Work Well Done With Fun
Has your sales team just completed its third record-setting month in a row? Did your advertising team pull off a spectacular campaign under a tight deadline? Have you just closed the books on your most successful year ever? One of the best ways to motivate your employees to continue working hard is to reward work well done with fun.It's a simple enough concept, and one that is central to the concept of team building. People work harder when their hard work is noticed and appreciated. While a little extra swag in the pay cheque is always appreciated, there are other ways to show appreciation and recognition that can help cement the team spirit you've been working so hard to foster.   (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Keep Your Promises
Meet your commitments. Do what you promise and don’t promise what you can’t deliver. Meeting commitments strengthens relationships and builds trust. You need both to solve messy problems. If the situation changes and you have to change a commitment you made in good faith, let everyone know right away so they can make appropriate changes to their own plans. It seems obvious, but many people don’t manage to do this.Managing your commitments successfully means you must be organized yourself, which brings us back to project management—with you being the overall project. That means you’ll need to write down all your specific projects, identify tasks, set priorities an  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Les Gore 
 Article Title :: Staff Infection: How To Treat Difficult People
My late grandmother used to say; “You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.” I guess it was her old world way of declaring that if you’re nice to people, they’ll be nice to you.But would her meaning also include the not so nice people at work? They’re the ones that are as familiar to you (I’m sure) as the flies were to my grandmother. Will the same approach work with those individuals?Though it may not be spelled out in your actual job description, part of your day to day is to deal with and manage difficult people. How to do it effectively can make or break a career. So keep a jar of that sweet remedy in your desk drawer. It may come in handy.  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Hans Bool 
 Article Title :: What Do You Need to Align Business With IT
Discussions about IT and Business alignment are often about closing a certain gap, one that was “opened” in an earlier stage. The question is how did your company get in that situation? Why was there such a gap? And more important; is there really a gap, or are we talking about different views on the complexity of your business. And, how do we solve this?Alignment should be a continuing management topic. Perfect alignment should be about applying the same rules for any management area. That means applying the same principles for both business management and IT management. As if they were in the same (investment) portfolio, managed by the same investment manager.This coul  (read full article)
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chuck Yorke 
 Article Title :: The Big Mistake Companies Make In Their Training Programs
Many organizations spend huge sums of money on staff training and development and yet many times the investment does not yield the desired results.The reason for this lack of results and what really goes wrong usually remains a mystery to most company executives. Especially where they have taken great care in selecting a top-notch expensive training outfit to carry out their staff development program.The wrong approach starts right from the decision-making process. Somebody in management feels that, for example, the sales team is not achieving anywhere near as much sales as the competition. If there are some available figures to prove their point, the better. Naturally the f  (read full article)
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