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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Siersema 
 
 Article Title :: Do Boards need a Technology Audit Committee?
 
What does FedEx, Pfizer, Wachovia, 3Com, Mellon Financial, Shurgard Storage, Sempra Energy and Proctor & Gamble have in common? What board committee exists for only 10% of publicly traded companies but generates 6.5% greater returns for those companies? What is the single largest budget item after salaries and manufacturing equipment?Technology decisions will outlive the tenure of the management team making those decisions. While the current fast pace of technological change means that corporate technology decisions are frequent and far-reaching, the consequences of the decisions—both good and bad—will stay with the firm for a long time. Usually technology decisions ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George F Franks III 
 
 Article Title :: Crisis Management - A Team Approach to Addressing Business Problems
 
During the course of day-to-day business, only one thing can be expected. That is that problems how will arise. Some businesses hold individual managers responsible to resolve problems. Others address problems through teams of managers aligned either organizationally or functionally with the problem. And yet other businesses intentionally or unintentionally ignore problems until they are so impactful on business outcomes that they must be addressed in some manner. The latter usually requires additional resource due to the crisis nature of the problem. In that business problems are a given, there should be a consistent methodology for addressing problems as they arise. The purpose of this   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eva Jenkins 
 
 Article Title :: How Does Business Achieve High Performance?
 
Want a High Performance Organization?For a while now we have been hearing a great deal about High Performance Organizations and High Performance Management and how achieving high performance will improve your business. In fact in today’s technologically advanced, global economy high performance is not an alternative it is a requirement for all businesses that want to prosper in the years to come. The terminology of high performance sounds pretty straightforward; if performance is at a peak then the business processes should follow suit and so then should productivity, profits, and competitiveness. Let’s investigate how it works.How does business achieve high performan  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Stevens 
 
 Article Title :: Soft Skills are Not a Soft Option in Today's Competitive World
 
Take a few moments to consider this: if you could increase the performance of your staff by just 5%, what difference would this make to your company?It is useful to remember that organisations are not successful, it is the people who work there that are successful. It is people that drive the business forwards, slow it down, or even put in into reverse! Dig into any organisational problem and you are likely to find people. Conflict, stress, misunderstanding, poor communication skills, resistance, low morale and low productivity all have their origins in people and relationship issues. The value of an organisation can be measured by the expertise of its staff and their ability to wo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brent Filson 
 
 Article Title :: Four Ways To Achieve Great Results... CONTINUALLY
 
Leaders live and die by results. For almost a quarter of a century, I've been teaching leaders of all ranks and functions worldwide to achieve not just average results but "more results faster continually." And "continually" is maybe the most important factor.A lot of leaders live by having people get more results. They live by having them get more results on a faster basis. But they die when trying to get "more, faster" CONTINUALLY.Here are four ways to make CONTINUALLY happen.1. Deep Expectations. Clearly, expectations are a self-fulfilling prophecy. When you commit yourself to the expectations that achieving anything less than "more results faster continually" i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gordon Basichis 
 
 Article Title :: The Hr Challenge: Help Wanted Inquire Within And Without
 
Companies are hiring right now. This is definitely good news and the sign of a strengthening economy. Since Corra Group specializes in background checking services we have observed the up tick. We have found our business has increased in these recent months. We are getting calls from all over the country. Some are from companies with HR managers who are experienced in background checks. But many are from HR personnel who are not entirely familiar with the process.These HR Personnel who are new to employment screening services. They may lack the experience and wherewithal to understand the kind of employment screening they should order, or even how to comprehend the more  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Terry Rook 
 
 Article Title :: Saving Time and Effort: The Lazy Way to Leadership
 
As a leader, if you've looked around you and wondered why some leaders seem to have all the time in the world, while you're feeling stressed and under the hammer, perhaps you need to lead the lazy way instead.The Oxford University Press defines Lazy as:1. Unwilling to work or use energy. 2. Showing or characterized by a lack of effort or care.Both of these are very good definitions of what the lazy leader should be; unwilling to expend useless energy and characterised by a lack of effort. Unfortunately, the definition is somewhat limited in vision for true leadership.As a lazy leader myself, I often have a basic desire to sit back and relax. Now I could   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mandy Minor 
 
 Article Title :: Wal-Mart Target of Health Insurance Legislation
 
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nation’s and world’s largest retailer, is quickly becoming Florida’s largest retailer. The chain opened 50 of its 24-hour Supercenters throughout the state during 2002 and 2003, and there are nine Wal-Mart stores in Pinellas County— two Sam’s Clubs, three Supercenters and four regular Wal-Marts.It is also among the state's largest private employers, with 77,850 employees—far more than the 54,000 employed at Walt Disney World. According to Wal-Mart’s media relations hotline, there are 3,407 people employed by Wal-Mart in Pinellas County.With these large employee rosters come high costs. Wages, overtime, benefits, taxes and other expense  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: JoAnn Hines 
 
 Article Title :: The Most Underutilized Company Asset: The Female Employee
 
The variable that has the greatest impact on a company’s bottom line is its employees. In today’s business, that population is 50% women. One of the most misunderstood and unknown issues in personnel management currently is that women are leaving corporate America.Women are leaving the "corporate world" in droves. They are exiting in larger numbers than their male counterparts. What's the driving factor behind this trend and why is it important to your management teams?Women now constitute 53% of the workforce. In many industries the percentage of women hasn't reached that level, but it’s only a matter of time until they catch up everywhere. As companies become strappe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dick Grote 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Performance Reviews — Dealing With Disagreements
 
Start by listening to figure out the source of the disagreement. Is it an issue of fact (you wrote that the employee received a customer satisfaction score of 79 but the employee says that his score was actually 83), or is a matter of judgment (you wrote that the employee’s customer service skills were unsatisfactory; she feels that her skills are terrific)? If the disagreement involves an issue of fact, get the facts and make any corrections necessary. If it’s a matter of judgment, ask the employee for additional evidence. Then determine whether that evidence is weighty enough to cause you to change your mind, revise your judgment, and amend the rating that you assigned on the employ  (read full article)
 
 
 
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