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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Hans Bool 
 
 Article Title :: One Minute Self Assessment & Integration – Stocks or a Mutual Fund
 
This title is some how misleading, but on the other hand figuratively explain just the main point. The question is about integration. When you buy a mutual fund you are free from integration problems – those are handled by your fund provider.If you prefer to select (the best) stocks your self, you will have to do the integration on your own. Figuratively speaking, because the real one minute assessment is about business management; how to integrate different solutions...and, what is your preferred approach?Integration problems arise when you are to solve different problems within the organization with different solutions.For example in the Sales area. There are are  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Harvey Chichester 
 
 Article Title :: Industrial Floors Use Color Coding to Communicate
 
Language is no problem when color-coded floor markings make the job as simple as matching colors. Mistakes are all too easy to make and even easier when language problems compound them. Now that we know how to get colored epoxy floor coatings down to stay, why not take advantage of them? Color coding pallet positions to correspond to color-coded conveyer belts is one way. Items coming off the yellow conveyer go to pallets on the yellow markings. Blue conveyer items go to blue conveyer pallet locations. Or, red spaces can be assigned for fire equipment and hose outlets, blue markings for water lines, and white markings for electrical panels and outlets. For traffic lanes, why not a ye  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul D Wilson 
 
 Article Title :: Make Annualised Hours Part of Your Lean Office Programme
 
Most businesses have lulls and peaks throughout their financial year. We have all been in the situation where some weeks we have too many staff for the workload in hand and other weeks where we could do with army of people to help out. One of the possible solutions is a system we introduced more than 6 years ago called ‘Annualised Hours’.Since that time our electronics business in Bedford, UK employing about 80 staff has enjoyed many positive benefits.The way it works is simple. Each person works a set number of hours on an annual basis. In most businesses this translates to a set number of hours per week or month. Where the annualised hours system differs is that it loo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Stuart Oliver 
 
 Article Title :: Risk Taking, Risk Avoidance & Risk Management
 
Only a few years ago my approach to business was very much along the lines of risk avoidance. I didn't want to take risk, not at all.In the last few years I have spent more time than ever with risk takers. Talking and meeting with these people has been, and continues to be, extremely stimulating. Through conversations I realised that, despite my previous perceptions, there was an ounce of entrepreneurship within me. In fact, not an ounce but a seed and like all seeds it needed nurturing to grow. I have been focussing on this ever since and channelling my energy and time toward this. One key skill that I realised I have is that of risk management. Through avoiding r  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bob Selden 
 
 Article Title :: Management Training – Myth, Magic or Mayhem?
 
Training courses! The most recent had been termed “Management for Senior Officers” and had been a minor disaster – all psychology and how to be nice to junior officers. How to involve them, how to motivate them, how to relate to them. Rebus had returned to his station and tried it for one day, a day of involving, of motivating, of relating. At the end of the day, a Detective Constable had slapped a hand on Rebus’ back, smiling.“Bloody hard work today, John. But I’ve enjoyed it.”“Take your hand off my f….ng back.” Rebus had snarled. “And don’t call me John.”The DC’s mouth fell open. “But you said … “ he bega  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George F Franks III 
 
 Article Title :: War Room: Do You Need A Command Center?
 
A command center, sometimes referred to as a war room, can be a competitive differentiator for a business, non-profit or other organization. The key elements for any command center are: centralized location, key personnel, time frames (project, crisis or on-going), mission definition, primary activities and finally, resources as related to organizational commitment. Each on of these points will be outlined below to better portray whether an organization does in fact need a command centerLocation. There are two schools of thought in this area. One is that the command center should be near the hub of action such as the corporate, non-profit or other organizational headquarters.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Kayalar 
 
 Article Title :: The Management Consultant Stories: Culture. A major obstacle?
 
Culture, a Major Obstacle To BusinessMorale was high at the US based contracting company. They had just been invited to join a consortium of companies that had pre-qualified for a big public works tender in Central Asia. The offer came via e-mail. After concluding the initial round of correspondence with their counterparts, a two man team made up of one senior engineer and one business development exec were sent to Europe to meet up with their potential partners and sign the consortium agreement.The trip started well, as they were well received by their hosts at the airport, guided to their hotel and were pleased to see that a well planned itinerary awaited them. Two mid- le  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Karyn Pless 
 
 Article Title :: Promote Yourself: Get Ahead Tactics for Women In Business
 
A couple of weeks ago I heard a speaker detail several of the ways where men and women differ in business. In her book, Stop Whining and Start Winning: 8 surefire ways for women to succeed in business, Molly Dickinson Shepard lists lack of self-promotion as one of the critical reasons why men get promoted faster and more often.Women tend to believe in fairness…that if they work hard, they will get promoted or recognized. They see self promotion as bragging and look unfavorably on it. Men on the other hand, are more comfortable with self promotion and speaking to their supervisors about their accomplishments and achievements. This practice of self promotion directly cor  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Helen Wilkie 
 
 Article Title :: Can't Say No?
 
Often we overload ourselves with extra work, waste large amounts of our time and build resentment against others, simply because we don't know how to say 'no'.A friend complained about a stockbroker who keeps calling him regularly, even though he has no interest in investing. I asked if he has told the man he's not interested, and he says he has. But one day I was in his office when the broker called, and after much rolling of his eyes and hemming and hawing, my friend said, "It's just not the right time for me to invest right now," and after another moment or so the call ended. When I asked why he didn't just tell him he wasn't interested, he thought he had!Ther  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Helen Wilkie 
 
 Article Title :: Angry? Use Your Anchor!
 
People often tell me about being angry at work. Well, anger at work is inevitable. If you work with others there will be times when you are angry at them—and if you work alone there will be times when you are angry at yourself!Learning to deal appropriately with our anger is vital to our own health as well as the wellbeing of those unlucky enough to be around us at the wrong moment. But it's not easy. What do you do when that boor on the other side of the boardroom table keeps cutting you off mid-sentence? What about the subordinate who clearly didn't listen to your instructions and now you have to deal with their mistake? And how can you not be angry when your boss unf  (read full article)
 
 
 
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