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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Samuel Okoro 
 
 Article Title :: Superior Performance: What's Holding Your Organisation Back?
 
Business Process Revisited: We have previously defined a business process as a sequential series of interrelated tasks triggered by an event, and undertaken to provide valued outcomes to customers.Dependent Activities - Critical Chain: When we combine the ideas of sequence and interrelatedness, we reach the conclusion that the process steps are dependent on one another. Subsequent steps cannot be carried out until prior steps have been done.Statistical (i.e. unpredictable) Fluctuations: Almost every business process contains statistical fluctuations. While average figures can be given for the time it takes a c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Crouch 
 
 Article Title :: Meetings - The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly!
 
What?The good…the bad…and the ugly! That pretty much sums things up on the topic of meetings. There are good ones, bad ones and ugly ones.So What?Stop going to bad or ugly meetings. Stop conducting bad or ugly meetings. Meetings are often necessary, so if you must have one, make it a productive use of everyone’s time.Now What?Here are a few quick tips to help get your meetings going in the right direction.Clarify and clearly communicate the purpose of your meeting. The more you clarify, the more you increase your chances of having a successful meeting.After you clar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Yealland 
 
 Article Title :: Why Six Sigma Projects Don't Succeed
 
Six Sigma projects are not immune from a failure. Just like any other business improvement initiative there are projects that don’t succeed. When projects aren’t successful, it is not the fault of the system itself but rather it is to do with the implementation and application of the system. Let’s face it, if the system itself was inadequate there would not be so many success stories.Many people perceive a project as unsuccessful when it fails to meet the targeted savings. This is a view that needs to be questioned and may best be done by way of the example below.A common metric for projects is ROI, Return on Investment. One might question whether not reaching a parti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eva Jenkins 
 
 Article Title :: Motivate Employees with Fairness, Not Fear
 
Happy employees are motivated employees. They are the bedrock on which successful enterprises are built – a fact demonstrated by numerous independent surveys. Without doubt, happy workers boost the bottom line through increased productivity and higher retention rates – not to mention money saved on training new employees. It’s too bad, therefore, that many owners and managers continue to “inspire” their employees with tactics like these:Manager: I’m here to put you back on schedule. Employee: I assure you, my men are working as fast as they can. Manager: Perhaps I can find new ways to motivate them. Employee: We shall double our efforts. Manager:   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Liz Cassidy 
 
 Article Title :: Project Management – How To Manage All The Interested Parties To Get Your Project Completed
 
The precessional effect says that the actions you take will affect other people. Common sense says that the more people you impact on, the more likely it is that your actions will affect people who have some power and influence over your actions. These people could be useful supporters of your projects – alternatively they may block your projects.We call people who are impacted by our projects/business activities, stakeholders. A key skill in project management is learning to win support from interested parties or stakeholders. Mastering this skill ensures that your projects are more likely to succeed.Stakeholder Analysis is the methodology we use to identify who are th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Anna Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Appraisals - The 5 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make And How To Avoid Them
 
Performance appraisal.Or, if you prefer, performance review.Whichever term you use, mention it to a dozen of your friends -- whether they typically give or receive performance appraisals -- and notice the responses you get.A grimace?A roll of the eyes?Tension?A satisfied smile?Let's face it, mentioning "performance appraisal" gets such mixed responses because people have such mixed experiences.Which is only to be expected... except I bet most of the responses you get are negative.If your respondents aren't hostile, or scornful, then they're clearly unimpressed.Why?Why are performance appraisals seen to be negativ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: No Time for Cold Feet
 
Walking the fields this morning after a heavy night rain, I couldn't avoid the big puddles - there was just no way through.So, I had to get my feet wet.There was quite an initial shock of the cold on my feet and once I was in, I was able to push on without worrying about it any more.Indeed after only a short while, sure, my feet were still wet and surprise, surprise, they started to warm up again.When I got home, my feet were dry quickly and, in fact, even warmer.In business, there are all sorts of things our day job brings us that could give us cold, wet feet. Most times they are issues; challenges we avoid, because the cold and wet equivalents in busin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Edmond 
 
 Article Title :: 6 Ways To Help Your Employees Beat Stress And Work More
 
If you would like your business to employ highly motivated and high-energy level employees then investing in the workplace atmosphere and facilities will help and will reduce work-place stress significantly. Research confirms that if your employees are stressed then that will cost you even more money in missed workdays and increased on-the-job injuries over both the short term and the long term.In addition to the negative repercussions of having stressed out employees, your business may be experiencing lower productivity and poor quality of output. It is both clear and obvious that some very cost effective strategies could minimize stress on the job and provide your employees wi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Helen Wilkie 
 
 Article Title :: Delegation and Empowerment: Levels of Freedom
 
When you delegate tasks or processes, you transfer a certain level of freedom in how the tasks are to be handled. These levels range from simply giving instructions to be followed right through to handing over a complete project that then becomes part of the person's job description.But how do you decide? Here are three measures you can use:1. The level of experience of the person to whom you are delegating. How much experience does this person have with the company? With the department? How familiar are they with the work involved? Have they had a chance to see you, or someone else, carry the task through so that they have some idea of what will be involved? Someone who is   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Helen Wilkie 
 
 Article Title :: Delegation and Empowerment: Communication is Key
 
Effective Delegation Requires Clear CommunicationWhen you decide to delegate a task to someone, that person may see it as a welcome responsibility that shows your trust in him or her, or just another job to be added to an already burdensome workload. Which it is can depend largely on how well you communicate with the person during the actual delegation conversation.Three aspects must be communicated and agreed upon right from the start in order to set up the delegated task for success:• WHAT the task is. Define the task clearly. While you may decide to leave the process open to their discretion, you must make clear precisely what you want the end result to be  (read full article)
 
 
 
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