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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Anderson 
 
 Article Title :: Process and Procedures Investments - How to Get Money Back
 
In September 2004, President Bush signed the $146 billion tax cut bill restoring the recently expired business Research & Experimentation Tax Credit. The 18-month renewal of the research and experimentation tax credit, which expired June 30 2004, was the most expensive item with an expected $7.6 billion cost through 2014.Process Improvement QualifiesIf you are spending money on ISO 9000, six-sigma, lean manufacturing, TQM, or any other initiative focused on improving your products or processes, then you could qualify. This includes software purchases, training courses, labor, and of course the purchase of any Policies, Procedures and Forms products or services.An Imme  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Anderson 
 
 Article Title :: Quality Standards with ISO 9001
 
Standardizing Quality SystemsThe ISO, or International Organization for Standardization, was established in 1947 to develop international standards for everything from electronics to management systems. Having over 13,000 standards currently in place, ISO has created the auditing and certification process known as ISO 9001. This began the drive toward quality standards.Improving Customer SatisfactionCompanies choose to implement ISO 9001 and get certified because many customers and industries require it. By keeping customers happy, they can increase sales and profitability for their business. And if an area of the company’s program appears to be too bu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Anderson 
 
 Article Title :: Well-Defined Processes – How to Create
 
Interested in learning how to reduce development time, save money and stay in control? Business professionals can learn how to create well-defined processes with the easy-to-manage Process Approach of Plan-Do-Check-Act.Real Tools for Real Business ProcessIn MBA courses, students come across a lot of buzzwords and the theories behind them. And in the textbook, the terms look and sound great. But after they finish with their classes, they think to themselves: so now what I can I do with all of these terms like process mapping and control? How can I use these tools in my job, and why is it important for my business – in the real world?A Fresh, New Look Manage  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Anderson 
 
 Article Title :: Management Procedures' Usability – How to Improve
 
Are your people consistently following your procedures? Each year, organizations lose thousands of dollars through common mistakes and lapses in usability. But what does that mean for business owners and executives?Ask yourself: • Are your required actions described thoroughly and accurately, or are the details left open to interpretation?• Is your content consistent and complete, or are your writers leaving gaps no one has noticed?• Are revisions controlled, or are different people using different versions?• Are your procedures compliant with regulations? Are you sure?• Are all documents written to produce clear, measurable resul  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Anderson 
 
 Article Title :: Better Manager Skills - How to Learn
 
When you first take over a department, expectations are usually high but operations are sometimes in disarray. The staff is disorganized, goals aren’t being met, and hours are spent on unproductive tasks. Just when you think the company would never get on track, the CFO recommends that you learn more about something called operations assessment.Crucial Management Skills Help Avoid MistakesAt first, you aren’t sure how operational assessment skills would help you manage better, but you quickly see that the training makes all the difference. You learn that planning without assessment can be as ineffective as not planning at all. You also learn that goal-oriented che  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Five Ways to Influence Change in Others
 
Because of my work as a consultant, trainer and coach I deal with change and people’s reactions to it all the time. When a Client decides to work with us, they are recognizing that some sort of change is needed. After all, if they want more effective teams, better Customer Service, higher creativity, more effective training, or more effective leadership in their organizations, something has to become different than it is currently. Change must occur.Because of this, change is often at the center of our work, and we’ve learned a fair bit about it. In short, here are two of the most important things I have learned about change:• People don’t resist change, they res  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: The Gift of Gratitude
 
Gratitude might seem like a soft or even an obvious subject to you. Perhaps you would rather read about a leadership lesson or a marketing approach or even a motivational technique. If that is what you are thinking, I urge you to read on. I don’t think you will be disappointed.From the time we are little kids we are taught to say thank you. It is one of the first things we learn. We are taught to say thank you because our parents know that showing that simple appreciation is polite behavior and because it is the right thing to do. This lesson is one of the most valuable we learn from our parents – one that we should definitely be thankful for.WarningThere ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gina Novelle 
 
 Article Title :: Think Before You Talk
 
What you say to other people can make or break you and it can happen without you even knowing about it. That old saying “loose lips sink ships” is oh so true in business. If you like to gossip as most people do, learn to listen rather than participate. Oh, you’re saying to yourself that yes maybe you do talk about the job or your co workers, but never to anyone who’s involved outside your work.That’s the kind of thinking that enabled my friend Susan to land that $50.00 an hour teaching contract with one of the local businesses. You see, I happen to be at lunch with a person who was casually talking about her job. After all, I had nothing to do with her company. I was  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Keith Longmire 
 
 Article Title :: Transform Any Business into a Go-Getting Power House by Working SMART
 
Probably as well known as SWOT, SMART turns goals, objectives and tasks into concrete deliverables. If there is one key to turning busy, ineffectual organisations into models of streamlined efficiency then this is it.More accurately SMART ought to be SMARRRT. There are at least three equally valid definitions for the 'R'.OK, the 10 second introduction to working smarter:Specific: Be completely clear on the outcome expected of the goal, objective or taskMeasurable: Phrase the statement of what is to be achieved so that the achievement of that outcome can be clearly measured.Achievable: The idea is to clarify and motivate. There is nothing more demoralisin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Keith Longmire 
 
 Article Title :: 4 Steps to Success In Life, Business, The Universe And Everything
 
Everyone wants to succeed in life. And no one starts a business of any sort, on-line or off-line, wanting to fail.Yet the sad fact is that 80% of offline and 97% of internet businesses will fail in the first year. 84% of internet businesses will never make any income at all.So what can you do to ensure your success?Luckily these four simple (never confuse simple with easy), tried and tested steps dramatically increases your chances.1. Set Out Your GoalsSuccess means something different to us all. A self-made businessman worth millions of dollars would be thought successful by most. But if that businessman only rarely sees his family, never gets to pl  (read full article)
 
 
 
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