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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Emerson 
 
 Article Title :: Business Process Management Outsourcing
 
The growth and survival of business in the dynamic environment depends upon the development of new products. Organizations must always be on the lookout for new opportunities and exploit the opportunities by creating new products and services. That’s where the role of business process management outsourcing comes in.Needless to say, new product development holds the key for the survival of an organization. New products do not come about by themselves. They are the result of the ingenuity of creative people in the organization. As such, it is obvious that new product development is the function of organizational creativity. In other words, it depends upon how creative an organizat  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Elizabeth Morgan 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Management Training
 
The number of subordinates a manager can effectively manage depends on the impact of underlying factors. Aside from such personal capacities as comprehending quickly, getting along with people, and commanding loyalty and respect, the most important determinant is a manager’s ability to reduce the time he or she spends with subordinates. This ability naturally varies with managers and their jobs, but several factors materially influence the number and frequency of such contacts and therefore the span of management.The better the training of subordinates, the fewer the number of necessary superior-subordinate relationships. Well-trained subordinates require not only less of their m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Manufacturing Wind-Powered Vehicles Discussed
 
In the future we will have cars, which are powered by wind. Some of these cars will be hybrids or combination propelled vehicles where wind will be one of the components and indeed there may even be pure wind-powered vehicles at a later date, as the technology gets better. But how can we mass-produce these wind-powered vehicles of the future using current manufacturing technologies of today?Well as far as manufacturing these vehicles professionally, this is not so difficult as it might seem. I believe a modern Seadoo factory, semi robotic assisted would suffice. Of course to have production rates this high, means you need massive amounts of buyers too so before you start you must c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George F Franks III 
 
 Article Title :: What Large Corporations Can Learn From Small Businesses
 
Read any business magazine or newspaper and what you will see are stories about large corporations and their executives. What you will not see, except in a few specialized journals, are stories about small businesses. There are many things that large corporations can learn from small businesses.SalesEveryone is in sales. Most large corporations have sales organizations with sales managers and executives. They also have extensive sales processes and infrastructure. The key for a small business is that it is up to everyone to sell. All the time and regardless of role.CustomersCustomers are the beginning and the end and everything in between for small busine  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kenny Anderson - 
 
 Article Title :: Attitudes Training Will Increase Productivity In Your Company And Home Based Business!
 
That's right! Understanding the power of atttitudes training will increase the productivity of your company and home based business! At the turn of the century, it used to be that employees learned they could get ahead at work if they checked their brains at the door. To get ahead, employees were encouraged merely to do as the employer dictated and not think while doing. With the complexities of today’s multi-technological work environment, employees and entrepreneurs can advance their lot by checking their bad attitudes at the door and putting on positive thinking caps. We’ve gone from worker robotics, to worker neurotics. Workers must now transfor  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert F. Abbott 
 
 Article Title :: Branding and Employee Communication
 
In the I-HR newsletter, moderator Beth N. Carvin asked if the idea of branding could be used effectively to improve productivity and retention. This is an expanded version of my response to her question: Yes, I think you can use the idea of branding as a tool for improving employee productivity and retention. Let's approach it from the perspective of a manager communicating with his or her subordinates. If the manager sets out to build a positive reputation over time and over a series of messages, then we might say he or she is embarking on a branding exercise. It's an attempt to create the trust and goodwill necessary to have messages both accepted and acted upon.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin 
 
 Article Title :: To Team or Not To Team
 
Everyone thinks teams are a good thing. Leaders like to form teams. People, for the most part believe in the value and purpose of teams . . . All of us are smarter than each of us. 1 + 1 = 3 . . . are just two common phrases that reinforce and prove how pervasive our belief in teams is. And that belief is justified. Sometimes. There are many times in our civic or church groups, and in our businesses and professional associations that we need teams of people to work on an issue or a project. And sometimes we would be better off without a team - with individuals contributing as individuals. What?   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Don Price 
 
 Article Title :: Fleeting Moments of Truth about Your People in a Technology Economy
 
As technology becomes ubiquitous, we are still going to need the soft skills, to compete and become a successful business. Development of these skills -- oral and written communications, decision-making, self esteem, overcoming the fear of speaking to groups, call reluctant and teamwork -- will be the differentiation of successful businesses built to last, oppose to those that vanish.Today, any good breakthrough idea can spread like a wildfire globally, within seconds, in the technology economy. Technology, innovation and marketing, accelerates the speed, but it is the people, their passion and skills that sustain optimal growth and culture for an organization.Another major   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marco Terry 
 
 Article Title :: How To Get Working Capital For Your Business
 
Do you own a business? If you are like most business owners, you probably have a lot of responsibilities. First and foremost, you have to meet payroll. Every time. You also need to pay rent and suppliers - on time. All this requires working capital.However, if you are selling products or services to commercial clients or to the government, you are probably painfully aware that they can take as many as 60 days to pay their invoices. Why? Because if you want their business you have to conform to their terms. There is no other way around it.But this also leads to an impossible situation. You have bills that need to be paid quickly but customers that want to pay slowly. Unless y  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Monthly Communication Letter from Founder to Employees
 
One of the smartest things a business leader can do in their company is post monthly communication letters to employees. Of course now with all the over regulation out there the lawyers will have to look at it to make sure what you are saying is not breaking any laws, but it is a great way to build team work and increase dedication with the employees.Monthly communication letters are nothing new one famous CEO that does this is Michael Dell of DELL Computers, but also Fed Ex Chairman Fred Smith too and Starbucks Global Strategist Howard Shultz. The President of the United States who very much runs the Oval Office like a Corporate Board Room also has a weekly online email update of   (read full article)
 
 
 
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