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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Carl Mays 
 
 Article Title :: Be Creative in Your Own Ball Park
 
Do you know someone who tends to ask a lot of questions? Maybe he or she gets on your nerves because of the questions you have to field and because it seems you can’t get through a conversation without numerous interruptions. Don’t despair. This may be a very creative person from whom you can learn and someone who might help you increase your own ability to be creative.In my “A Strategy For Winning” book, principle number three is Be Creative. I define creativity as doing a common thing uncommonly well. It is taking what we have, where we are, and getting the most out of it. It is looking at old things with a fresh pair of eyes and seeing them differently. When aptly  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Carol Meyer 
 
 Article Title :: Bits and Pieces: How Project Management Developed
 
Could the Crusades have been launched and the soldiers armed and fed without effective project management? Could the Great Wall have been built with ingenious natural materials and a team of millions over a span of a thousand years without project management? It is possible to say that the concept pf project management has been around since the beginning of history. It has enabled leaders to plan bold and massive projects and manage funding, materials and labor within a designated time frame. What leaders from the distant past managed to accomplish is amazing and without the project management tools available today.During the industrial revolution business and industry grew and ex  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Aldene Fredenburg 
 
 Article Title :: Giving Your Employees Time to Sharpen the Saw
 
In "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People," managerial guru Steven Covey reminded his readers of how important it was to stop and sharpen the saw. The gist of the rule is that if you haven't maintained your tools (or procedures, or organizational practices), your work becomes increasingly inefficient.This rule is as important for your support staff as it is for you. Cleaning and organizing computer files, filing paperwork, and updating contact information doesn't seem like high-priority work, and it's easy for managers to insist that their own projects take precedence. But it's necessary for support people to have some uninterrupted time to organize themselves and tackle some per  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Aldene Fredenburg 
 
 Article Title :: Herding Cats: Managing Creative Types in a Corporate Environment
 
The conventional image of a corporate employee is highly structured, organized, logical, and left-brained. So what do you do as a manager when your most creative people are right-brained, messy, disorganized, and intuitive?It does seem sometimes that certain departments in a company are more prone to artistic, intuitive types than others. The art department of a magazine, for instance, or a company's graphic design department seems to attract very talented people who thrive on chaos. But any department can end up with a creative type-the guy with the messy desk in the corner, the woman who can't seem to prioritize well-the misfit.So what do you do? If your inclination is to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dr. Gary S. Goodman 
 
 Article Title :: Management Consultant Cites 10 Questions To Ask Before Making A Decision
 
Most executives want to seem decisive, as people of action, and certainly not as dawdlers or procrastinators. So, they try to make fast decisions.Still, rushing into decisions is unwise. Before you pull the trigger on a given matter, consider asking these 10 vital questions:(1) Must a decision be made? For example, one of your employees has given you his two-week’s notice. Obviously, he has made a decision, and most of us spring to action, calling Human Resources, or starting a replacement campaign on our own. But this presumes that the person’s job must be filled, and the sooner the better. Perhaps you can get along, maybe even better, without someone filling his shoes.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Hurricanes and Business Management
 
What separates the men from the boys in business management? Well, during the 2005 Atlantic tropical hurricane season we saw many large corporations and even small businesses in their local communities rise to the occasion and they had managers and strong teams in place to handle a crisis. It is easy to tell Wall Street that the unfortunate hurricane dampened your sales during that quarter. But it is a wise company whose business management sticks together, works together and manages the crisis correctly.It is not every day that you find a business management team, which can handle such crisis as large category hurricanes. However, in the 2006 Atlantic tropical hurricane season  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Valentino 
 
 Article Title :: Cubicles
 
A cubicle is a device to separate workers from one another with partition walls. Cubicles are mostly used in large business offices to put up more people in less space. Work platforms and shelves can be suspended from the partition walls of cubicles.The cubicle was invented in the 1960s. Nowadays it is mostly used in offices. Cubicles no doubt provide privacy and a working environment at an economical price, and help to maintain a neat and clean professional environment. It also reduces noise to a certain extent by visually discouraging workplace chatter and also absorb sounds with their stuffed fabric sides.But all the benefits of cubicles cannot eclipse their shortcoming  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Warren Friton 
 
 Article Title :: The Corporate Divide
 
The corporate structure continues to change in that companies are continuing to increase in size through mergers and acquisitions. As this progress goes forward it seems that we have lost sight of some of the basic elements that make companies successful to begin with. Most of us in the corporate world find ourselves in situations where time is critical to meet pace with ever changing demands. The pitfall here is that we tend to loose sight of some of the necessary elements that insure success. As I mentioned in a previous article some of us still manage our workforce using the “flog them until they drop” philosophy. The problem here is that this approach typically leads to a workforce t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Business Management Teams Need To Understand Why They Are In Business
 
To so many business executives do not really understand why their company is in business. Sure they have achieved an MBA and they look at the numbers each week and the goals set for the company for sales. They are aware that they need to achieve certain goals in order to please shareholders equity and quarterly profits. However, when we ask these executives in business management teams why they're in business we did an array of answers and that is a little troubling.You see, businesses are in business to make money that is why the do what they do. Now some business management teams believe that they are in business to get customers. Or they believe they are in business to deli  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Business Management Case Study; Choosing Equipment for Pressure Washing Business in the Bahamas
 
Business management teams are often asked to solve problems. Now then let us do a case study here. Lets say that a Corporation owns lots of assets in the Bahamas and needs to pressure wash them, but it has to spend money to import a pressure washer unit and once it gets there use it to clean their properties and assets. Well, should that unit be run full time cleaning up everything on the island as a division of the company to pay for the pressurewashing unit? There is demand.Okay so they decide to go for it. Now then what type of unit should they use? Remember it has to be imported. Vehicles imported are driven on and off the cargo ships. Indeed perhaps you are of how these vehicl  (read full article)
 
 
 
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