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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Patsi Krakoff, Psy. D. - 
 
 Article Title :: Beware The Busy Manager
 
Only about 10 percent of managers work purposefully to complete important tasks, according to a 10-year study of managerial behavior across a variety of industries. The other 90 percent self-sabotage by busily engaging in non-purposeful activities, procrastinating, detaching from their work and needlessly spinning their wheels. In a revealing study over a 10-year period, 1993-2003, authors Heike Bruch and Sumantra Ghoshal tracked behaviors of managers in a wide variety of industries (A Bias for Action: How Effective Managers Harness Their Willpower, Achieve Results, and Stop Wasting Time, Harvard Business School Press, 2004). They found that over 90 percent of manag  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gord 
 
 Article Title :: Time Management Tips for Graduate Students
 
During the first months in the graduate school, you feel so excited about the level of your studies. But later on, you seem to be discouraged and very much stressed. Graduate Students will always complain that they have plenty of things to do but very little time to accomplish them. How are you going to keep your sanity if you are full of course requirements, teaching, researches and the demands of your life? In order to be free from being burned out and drained from your energies, you should do something in managing your time, that is, you will have to note down your days and make a progress report of your goals. It has been said that time is gold. Time is one of the most valua  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew Rowe 
 
 Article Title :: Deworsification Is Bad Business
 
Focus your business, focus your marketing. Back in the 80’s, Peter Lynch, the once famous fund manager for Fidelity Investments Magellan Fund, wrote a book called “One Up On Wall Street”. The book is about how great companies build themselves and how to pick great companies as an investor. One of the chapters in his book is called “Deworsification”. Companies that decide that because they’re good at one thing, they can do all things well and they get beyond their core competencies.Question I have is, is your company engaged in deworsification behavior? Companies that stay focused on their core competencies and core markets are the ones that over time have the best   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kal Bishop 
 
 Article Title :: Creativity Leadership and Business Management
 
Creativity and Innovation are often taught using airy-fairy, intangible, ungrounded, unscientific, non-useable, undefined, mysterious terminology and theories. To get a handle on it you need to talk in real, tangible, useable, measurable concepts to explore the twelve major themes that are common in all fields of creativity:1) What are the critical differences between creativity and innovation? Are different competencies required?2) Do "creative people" have common characteristics and, if so, what are they? Are they stable across situations?3) Can creativity be learned and developed or is it a special gift? Why is it that some people just are more creative?4)Wh  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Clive Green 
 
 Article Title :: The Importance of Delegation
 
Most companies fail in their network marketing businesses because of their lack of effective delegation. Delegation is not just telling your employee to answer a call or to fill out some paperwork for you. Delegation does not mean that you give an employee an easy task; rather, it is about assigning challenging jobs.The reason why most companies find it hard to delegate these types of tasks is due to lack of confidence in their employees. Delegation is very important for a business to prosper. Effective delegation allows you to trim down your tasks so that you can concentrate on the major areas of your business. You should have proper networks where you can delegate your tasks.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marco Terry 
 
 Article Title :: Freight Broker Financing Alternatives
 
Owing a freight brokerage business can be very rewarding and profitable. But as a freight broker, you know that your business is very cash intensive. Your drivers depend on you to be paid on time. However, clients can take up to 60 days to pay for their loads.So you end up caught in the middle. Caught between drivers that need cash now and clients that want to pay slowly. The math does not work. And unless you have a nice cash cushion in the bank, something has to give.Trying to get a business loan won’t help. Banks only give business loans to companies that have a great history and solid track record. But what if your track record isn’t great or if you are a startup? Wh  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: CD Mohatta 
 
 Article Title :: Career Test - Are You A Crisis Manager And Creator?
 
Management by crisis has become one of the most popular terms. These people allow a crisis to develop and then act upon it. They never try to anticipate a crisis, but act only when the full-blown crisis arrives. Why do they manage like this? They behave in this way because they subconsciously enjoy fighting crisis, and for that they manufacture one.A good manager has few important tasks. To set goals, to achieve them, to manage resources effectively, to anticipate problems, to fight them if they come un announced, to think and plan of future and to prepare the organization to stay ahead. Some managers ignore the problems when they are small. Instead they pay their total attention t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Larry Galler 
 
 Article Title :: Is the Business Keeping the Promises you Make?
 
A business makes many promises. Some, like a guarantee are stated on paper. Others are implied in the Mission, Vision and Values Statements. No matter whether stated or implied, you do make promises to customers, owners, vendors, staff, and communities. The manner in which a company makes good on its promises will often determine the level of success it enjoys.A company makes promises to its customers. It promises that it will deliver quality products and services at a value commensurate with the level of quality and service. It promises that it will rectify errors. It promises timeliness. If the company does not deliver on these promises to its customers they will leave.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marco Terry 
 
 Article Title :: Invoice Factoring - How to Finance your Company Without Debt
 
There are few bigger challenges for business owners and managers than waiting 30 to 60 days to get paid by their customers. Although large businesses can usually afford it, smaller businesses can’t afford the wait. As a matter of fact, waiting to get paid on their invoices can create cash flow problems that affect the owners ability to meet payroll or pay the company’s bills. This problem can be more frustrating if the business has a number of orders that it cannot fulfill because its cash is tied up in unpaid invoices. How can invoice factoring help you? Invoice factoring, also known as accounts receivable factoring, is a financial tool that allows small  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: cnorwood 
 
 Article Title :: Bar Codes Faxing Improve Business Document WorkFlow
 
Reliably integrating important electronic and paper documents received by fax such as invoices, expense reports, purchase orders, employment applications, claims and legal contracts into the daily business workflow is a common challenge. These documents are critical to many revenue related business processes and yet they are commonly misplaced, lost or misfiled in a never-ending row of filing cabinets. In addition, the reproduction of these paper documents decrease productivity and increase daily soft costs such as manual labor burden, fax retransmission, paper, toner, and printer wear and tear. Incorporating bar code faxing into an organization will improve the b  (read full article)
 
 
 
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