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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Crouch 
 
 Article Title :: Project Management...The Easy Way!
 
What?In college, we evaluated a case study called The Parable of the Spindle. One of the main points of the case was that in many restaurants, cooks and chefs were considered higher status employees than waiters. Whether this was right or wrong is not the point. The point is that waiters were “giving orders” to the cooks and this caused considerable tension. Someone came up with the idea of using a spindle, like you still see in many restaurant kitchens.The spindle solves several problems. The waiters no longer give the cooks verbal orders. The written orders are attached to the spindle and submitted in a much more organized fashion. It is easier   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Justin Elza 
 
 Article Title :: Top Ways to Deal with Conflict -- and Harness Its Potential!
 
Conflict management is an integral part of successful business administration. Research shows that managers often spend as much as 20 percent of their work day trying to resolve conflict. Although conflict is a common workplace issue, it is important to recognize the sources of conflict and implement strategies to solve problems. This can help businesses overcome the harmful aspects of conflict and benefit from the positive results conflict can produce.There are four basic elements of conflict. These include:1. The involvement of two or more parties2. A perception of incompatible goals3. Differing values or perceptions4. A continuation of the conflic  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tom Northup 
 
 Article Title :: Personal Leadership: One Key to Growing Any Organization
 
What did Winston Churchill, Lee Iacocca and Bill Gates have in common? Certainly they were great personal leaders who knew what they wanted and how to get it.However, they didn’t succeed because they had great personal leadership qualities. They succeeded because they understood the importance of hiring managers who also possessed personal leadership skills.These leaders built an environment in which leadership qualities flourished in all employees. As each employee reached new heights of achievement so did the organization, ensuring that the individuals and the organization outperformed the competition.Leadership is an elusive trait. The typical CEO and senior ma  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Theodore Sares 
 
 Article Title :: On Saturn's Ice Moons with HR People
 
Arguably, for the past 10 years, Human Resources has been the weakest of all business functions. It was not always this way. Back in the late 50's and through the 60's, the function evolved from "Industrial Relations" to "Personnel," reflecting an ever-so subtle shift in focus from Labor Relations to a more general overall activity. Up until that time, Labor Relations had been the functional straw that stirred the drink, for it was an activity that impacted the bottom line in a measurable manner. This pretty much continued through the mid-70's, but as union membership declined and high technology came into its explosive fore, the need for those experienced in the hard knock activities of   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Susan Stamm 
 
 Article Title :: Under New Management
 
Today I passed a business with a sign prominently displaying the message: “under new management.” Whenever I see such a sign, I begin to wonder about its intended outcome. It seems to be reaching out to all who pass by to say, “we’ve changed… come in and try us again, see how we have improved, we are really worth another look…”What a great idea for team leaders too: “under new management.” As managers, supervisors and team leaders, we can provide NEW management techniques and approaches to those we serve by making subtle changes (or not so subtle) to our management style. You may be one who boldly tries new approaches with your team regularly, or perh  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Adrian Lawrence 
 
 Article Title :: Understanding Financial Statements: The Balance Sheet
 
The balance sheet is important to business operations in general. It provides a snapshot of what the company owns and what they owe to outside sources. The balance sheet is also known as a profit and loss account. By either name, this special form of financial statement provides great insight into an organization’s holdings.Breaking Down the Balance SheetTo clarify, a balance sheet shows how much money the organization has, how much property they own, and most importantly, how much money they owe. This is beneficial for outside sources to view – bankers, investors, and even potential creditors.The balance sheet is broken down into several sections. Each section is  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Adrian Lawrence 
 
 Article Title :: Why Financial Statements Are Important: A Beginner's Guide
 
Accounting is considered to be one of those complicated yet necessary chores that keep people's financial affairs relatively clean. For the beginner who is just getting started, the process may not be the first obstacle. Often, it is understanding the special language used by accountants and those that work around them. In other words, one must wade through the jargon in order to understand what's going on. The first step in gaining understanding of accounting is to break concepts down to one fundamental point: financial statements.Corporations are extremely fond of financial statements – after all, they are required to have them. Financial statements are, in a broader sense, jus  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Wayne Robert Hoyle 
 
 Article Title :: Descriptors, Indicators and Knowledge
 
Applied research is based on the following hierarchy of information (with knowledge the goal):A descriptor is simply a descriptive statistic of one sort or another. This many students or this much money, are both common descriptors and your lowest level of data.Alternatively an indicator is a calculated statistic with an implied value. An example of this would be the money spent on post-secondary education divided by the number of students. This ratio has the implicit message that how much money spent per student is important.Descriptors have a face value that is incontrovertible. The square footage devoted to bathrooms in museums may not be widely useful but it is a   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Scott Rendall 
 
 Article Title :: What is a System and How Do I Create Them?
 
In its simplest definition, a system is nothing more than an organized, planned, and predictable way of doing things.For example when we talk about "marketing systems" we don't mean a single piece of advertising or even several pieces. A marketing system is all of your marketing efforts working together in a synergistic fashion with your other systems that provides the owner/manager with predictable results.There are 5 types of systems:* Organizational & Administrative - the structure * Procedural - "how we do things here" * Marketing - "how we sell here" * Financials - "how we pay for it" * Benchmarks - the way to checkWith these 5 basi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Scott Rendall 
 
 Article Title :: Should I Expand Into (insert service here)?
 
Most of the questions we at BRC Systems receive concern two primary questions:1) Marketing and Sales 2) Business SystemizationOnce in awhile we get an email or call from someone with a question that seems like a "no-brainer" for some, but is extremely important for us because the advice-seeker's livelihood may strongly be influenced by our answer. We at BRC Systems fully believe in the "working smarter and not harder" concept, so we tend to view things a bit...hmmm...against the grain I guess is a good way to say it.Now before I delve into this topic deeply, I expect some dissension. I expect some to write me telling me that not only did they "do it", but they "e  (read full article)
 
 
 
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