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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Aridine - 
 
 Article Title :: Finding A Document Management Solution - In-House vs. Hosted Solutions
 
Before we get started, some of you may be asking what is document management? Document Management is the ability to manage all of your paper documents in an electronic format. Let's define "paper documents in electronic format". Basically, there are two types of document management systems, either an in-house solution, or an outsourced hosted solution. So,which one will best suit your needs? Good question. Most companies base their decision on available staff to maintain these systems, and the technical abilities of those staff members. Cost of a solution is also a deciding factor. While the cost of an in-house solution is higher up front, having the te  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Young 
 
 Article Title :: Six Sigma in IT Project Delivery
 
Research evidence and industry experience indicates that less than one third of all IT projects are delivered on time, on budget and with required features. More than half are late, over budget or delivered with less than the required features. Most worryingly, nearly twenty percent are cancelled prior to completion or delivered and never used.Most software project failures are the result of business needs not being correctly understood or by overly optimistic software development estimates. These errors lead to long delays and large cost overruns. In addition, poor software quality imposes high levels of support and ongoing rework.Too often, IT projects start with a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Anna Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: We Need More Managers - Not "Leaders"!
 
In the last decade or so, business and management academics, writers, "gurus" and executives alike have all touted the importance of leadership.They've written about it. They've spoken about it. They've conducted MBA courses on it. They've practiced it.And they've certainly worshipped it.And so they should. Leadership is critical, right? It's what gives companies direction -- what drives them onward and upward to success.Without leadership a company would be all dressed up with nowhere to go.And please don't confuse it with management. Leadership captivates us with the why and what; management bores us with the how, who, when and where.Leaders are  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Anna Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Why Managers Should Play Favorites
 
What? You should play favorites?But that's... that's... unfair!I'm being blasphemous I know.After all, we've grown up to believe that favoring some people over others is wrong.In many cases, I agree. Favoring someone because of their gender, race, nationality, religion, economic status or any other quality that has nothing to do with the job is wrong.Favoring the boss's son or daughter, or an old friend from school, or anyone else because of who they are -- rather than what they can do -- is bad.Not just morally bad, but also bad for business.But what about favoring someone because they're good at their job?Well, as I'm about to show  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Christopher Weis 
 
 Article Title :: Clothing Stain Removers Clean Up After Customers
 
There’s nothing more rewarding to an apparel retailer than a store full of customers. They’re shuffling through racks, swiping their cards, and lining up at the dressing room to try on merchandise. Some of those outfits will no doubt be going home with the customer, and that’s good news for the bottom line. But the bad news might lie in what’s left behind.It’s no secret to the apparel retailer that customers can be hard on the clothes they try on. Clothing is pulled off instead of gently removed. Instead of being put back on the hanger, pants and shirts are discarded in the corner of the dressing room for the next outfit. Between makeup stains, shoe prints and who k  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jack Harrison 
 
 Article Title :: Is Six Sigma Right For Your Company?
 
HERE ARE SOME KEY CRITERIA TO CONSIDER:WHAT IS YOUR OBJECTIVE?Do you have specific difficult quality issues that must be resolved? Do you have a pressing need for general overall company operating improvements? Or, are you just looking for a means to force improvement into the organization? Alternatives: Six Sigma is a powerful tool, specifically designed to resolve complex quality problems. It is NOT, however, designed to address overall operating performance issues. Lean Manufacturing, on the other hand, is an all-encompassing philosophy designed to address overall process improvement. It is a comprehensive philosophy and process with a cadre of underlyi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pam Kennett 
 
 Article Title :: Developing Performance - Five Easy Steps to Getting the Best Out of Development
 
1. Focus on one or two key criteriaAfter a challenging performance appraisal session, it is tempting to draw up a long list of development suggestions. However, in reality it is best to focus on no more than one or two development areas in any performance cycle. Using performance based criteria such as behavioural competencies will help focus the development. As behavioural competencies are based on the requirements of the job, it will also mean that the development is targeted and relevant.2. Set SMART goalsOnce the criteria for development have been prioritised, express each of the development areas as a SMART goal:- S   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mary Murtha 
 
 Article Title :: Hiring a Human Resources Consulting Firm Could Significantly Improve How Your Business Operates
 
Human resources consulting firms have been helping companies for years training employees. Many firms advertise on the internet. When a company needs help in conflict resolution, time management, and other human resources responsibilities, they find a firm that will conduct a one or two day seminar to teach the human resources department new skills that will benefit the company. Human resources consulting can breathe new life into any human resources department.Here are three companies I have researched that provide Human Resources consulting. There are many others out there but these three appear to provide the most complete services for your human resource department's needs.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Five Tips to Improve the Cohesiveness in Your Management Team
 
A cohesive management team is the most important ingredient to your company’s success. The management team needs to function as a team to maximize their accomplishments. To quote an over used phrase, teamwork is really key to an effective management team. This sounds like a simple concept but it is more complicated than you might think. It just isn’t a natural act for people to come together and immediately become effective by addressing common objectives, common issues and common problems.A management team can often become overwhelmed by day to day events which effectively prohibit strategic thinking. Thinking outside the box becomes difficult because they are too busy trying   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Are Employees a Core Competency?
 
Distributorships that dominate the world of distribution by always performing in the upper quartile of their industry and those which will play an even greater role in the foreseeable future generally have characteristics that often create a large and incredibly complex set of independent relationships between highly diverse groups of people. Problems with staffing and retention often apparent in their counterparts, the lower quartile performers, may not be due to bad hires or a low unemployment rate. In fact, they may be related to poor leadership insight by not recognizing employees as a core competency in the business strategy.Although employees may not fit the strictest definit  (read full article)
 
 
 
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