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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Abatement of Corrosive Compounds and Chemicals in Factories
 
Factories uses chemicals and compounds in the manufacturing process and all too often these chemicals end up emulsified and go through our city sewer systems which are not always set up to handle them. Of course most of the more modern facilities are careful enough and have filtration and ways to clean the chemicals and even reuse them or sell them. Yet we could go one step further using bacteria to eat it all and then use the energy of all this commotion to power up let’s say the lighting system in the factory itself.You see this is a win/win situation and a potential way to use a progressive Abatement program to alleviate the risks of Corrosive Compounds and Chemicals in these   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Eckmire 
 
 Article Title :: Great Managers Attract (and Keep) Great Talent
 
Widespread research suggests that people do not leave organizations; they leave their managers. The implication of this finding is that managers who are respected and seen as supportive of the people who work with them are indispensable to successful organizations. Without them, competent people may leave their current organization in search of better treatment. The resultant costs of recruitment, engagement and subsequent retention can be enormous. Less tangible are the indirect costs associated with the loss of corporate intelligence and the impact on morale.I ask participants in management workshops to isolate the characteristics of individuals with whom they have worked who the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ross Bainbridge 
 
 Article Title :: Time Tracking
 
Time tracking is the act of recording the amount of time spent on each activity in a day. Typically, time sheets are used for time tracking. A conventional and simple time sheet lists the start and end time of tasks or the duration of each task. It can also have a more detailed breakdown of the various tasks done, as well as the results obtained from each of these tasks. Traditionally, time sheets were designed to keep track of the employees’ time management, in order to determine their productivity. Time cards or punch cards are the most basic form of time tracking programs.Time tracking is very beneficial for businesses. Time sheets can also be used to track other things like b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ross Bainbridge 
 
 Article Title :: Time Tracking Programs
 
Time tracking is the act of recording the time spent on each activity in a day or in a particular period of time. It is a very important part of time management, which is very important to keep pace in today’s fast-moving world. Time tracking was first used to keep track of the way employees use their time during office hours. Today, it is used for a multitude of functions like revenue management, invoicing, database management and project management to improve productivity. Time tracking is especially beneficial for attorneys, writers, programmers, self-employed professionals, consultants, contractors, artists and other professional who do not work as per scheduled timings.Time   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ross Bainbridge 
 
 Article Title :: Time Tracking Software
 
Time tracking means keeping a detailed account of each action and deed performed in a particular period of time. Time tracking and management have become very important in today’s fast-paced world. Time tracking as a program is finding applications in all fields, especially business and industry. This is because it eases other related functions like payroll processing, employee productivity, revenue management, invoicing, database management and project management. Time tracking has a proven record of increasing the productivity of organizations significantly.Time tracking software has special applications that can be used on a computer. These have various features, like keeping   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Richard Romando 
 
 Article Title :: Atomic Clocks
 
Time waits for no man. Keeping this mind, we set about inventing clocks to synchronize ourselves with lunar cycles. It was an impressive leap, beginning some 10,000 years ago when the Egyptians came up with sundials in 2100 BC. Sundials, or shadow clocks, first used by Sumerians, worked on the premise of measuring the length of shadows to deduce time of day. Weather played spoilsport as on cloudy days, and when the months changed, shadows would not correspond with the markings. The Romans tried to do better by pilfering Cleopatra’s Needles, the tools used by Egyptians, but had to be content with town criers announcing the changing time. Around 325 BC, the water clock followed sundials;  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jimmy Sturo 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Appraisal Tools
 
With the evolution and development of appraisal systems, a number of tools and techniques of performance appraisal have been developed. Firstly, there are graphic-rating scales which compare individual performance to an absolute standard. In this method, judgments about performance are recorded on a scale. This is the oldest and most widely used technique. This method is also known as linear rating scale. The appraisers are supplied with printed forms, one for each employee. These forms contain a number of objectives and behavior- and trait-based qualities to be rated (like quality, volume of work, job knowledge, dependability, initiative and attitude). Rating scales are of two types: con  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lisa Bronart 
 
 Article Title :: Understanding And Coping With Difficult Managers
 
I have conducted countless management workshops in my professional life for various clients and the question that continuously is asked during the workshop is, "how do I manage my manager"? I hear such comments as, "my manager should attend this workshop" or, "my manager requires this workshop badly".Unfortunately, the participants who are saying these comments are not alone in their frustration. Based on my calculations, previous experiences and reading data based networks, approximately twenty eight per cent of all working Canadians believe that they work for a good manager; thirty eight per cent say they would fire their manager if they could; four per cent would have their mana  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: LM Foong 
 
 Article Title :: Malcolm Baldrige Values and Concepts Part 4 - Valuing Employees and Partners
 
In this issue, I will share my experience acquired from the conglomerate and its operating companies. For the purpose of this article, I will articulate the Valuing Employees and Partners which is one of the eleven core values and concepts used in Malcolm Baldrige Criteria. As before, I will use case studies to show how some of the companies implement them.To recap, below are the Eleven Core Values and Concepts of Baldrige Criteria:-Visionary Leadership | Customer-Driven Excellence | Organizational and Personal Learning | Valuing Employees and Partners | Agility | Focus on the Future |Managing for Innovation | Management by Fact | Public Responsibility a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tim Bryce 
 
 Article Title :: The Death of Management
 
"You cannot treat a patient if he doesn't know he is sick." - Bryce's LawINTRODUCTIONEpitaph: "Here lies the body of 'Management,' Who at one time moved mountains but was put to death by government regulations, social mores, office politics, and general apathy. R.I.P."I have a good friend who was recently elevated to the job title of "Systems Manager" at a large Fortune 500 company in the U.S. Midwest. As someone who has been in the Information Systems field for over 30 years now, my interest was piqued and I asked her how big of a staff she was going to manage and what kind of systems she was going to be responsible for adminis  (read full article)
 
 
 
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