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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Business Management and Fair Compensation
 
Organization run smoother when every one gets to sit at the table and eat and no one is forced to eat scraps, treated like a lesser or not paid fairly for the job title or the work that they do. If you are economically enslaving your work force or are turning your vendors into a cash flow bank in slow payments then you will not get their best efforts.If you pay people less than their labor is worth they will not give you 110% of their efforts and that goes for the top CEO down to the mail-room, which maybe CEO some day, remember that. And who better than someone who understands the company from the top to bottom too? Indeed the shareholders want to be paid by increased value of the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Management and Defining Your Mission Statement
 
Is your current management team operating like a Swiss Watch? Would you say that you have significant Organization Capital in your management team? Does your team work well under deadlines and crisis? Can your management team handle just about anything without breaking the law or causing conflict with your mission statement?Do you have a mission statement? Is it a good one? Do you follow it? When was the last time your team sat down to review it and or revise it if necessary? You need to obviously have a mission statement and one, which is well defined? Do you believe if your lower level managers and employees read that mission statement they would grade you low or high on it?  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Business Management and Charting Progress
 
Are you monitoring the results of your management team? Are you charting the progress of your organization? Are you paying attention to the organizational capital, which comes thru working thru crisis and achieving results?Can your management team cut the mustard? Does everyone put in 110% or do you have social parasites and too many ladder climbers who are completely self-absorbed? Have you ever considered this? When a mistake is made or the organizational management structure is breaking down are you able to turn that ship around or are you too busy stroking egos?Are there too many Alpha-Males in the group, who are so into being top dog that they fail to adhere to the miss  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Business Management and an Enjoyable Work Environment
 
Do your employees and management staff like their work environment? Can you sense a team effort there? Are people actually happy to be involved in the organization? Are people showing up on time?Does your sick day or holiday numbers come close to your industry average? And yes these questions do go for both small and large business? So, I expect you will answer them truthfully. (NO, no one is going to look at this but you.)If asked; will your employees say that they are happy to be part of your company, small business or organization? What about your upper management? Do they like working there too? Is there turn over at these higher levels? Why and how much turnover?  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Marketing Results to Achieve Victory
 
If you want to achieve victory in the Market Place and have fun too then an efficient marketing strategy to reach your target market and potential customers inexpensively is essential. You need to monitor the results of your advertising and marketing dollars. Is your marketing getting results and is your advertising pulling for you?Have you surveyed your customers recently to see how they are finding out about your service? When you ask them; well, what do they say? Can you directly attribute this to your advertising dollars or your marketing efforts?If so then perhaps your marketing is working? But is it working good enough? In other words what I am trying to get at is it w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Business Management and Organization; Understanding of Mission Statement
 
Having a good mission statement for your company is essential and it really does not matter how big or small your company. Consider it like a Constitution really. It is much about the goals and objects, morals and integrity, as well as the link between what you do in the market place with what you do internally in your organization. It needs to be a yardstick of sorts, which also clearly indicates what you consider winning and success.Every person in the company, non-profit, team, unit or organization must understand their job description and how that it applies to the groups mission statement, if they fail to understand this then they will make a mistake when they are required to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Arne Yri 
 
 Article Title :: Simple Mistakes You Cannot Afford In Project Management!
 
Why should you care about my viewpoints?Good question - you don't know me - but obviously - You're confused and maybe even a bit fed up by your new assignment and it's lack of clarity...Typical problem!My specialty: Getting what I call "sorry ass - stranded in the ditch - projects up'n running FAST!And by fast, I mean just that...Fast, or instant - in like 90 days or less... And in 6 to 7 months or less, depending on size and shape - So God-Damned Blod Trimmed - So tuned up - you wouldn't even recognize it...When my collegues couldn't make it - I usually was sent in to clean up the mess... To do the 'dirty work' - And I did. - PERIOD.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Laura Stack 
 
 Article Title :: Meetings! Where Minutes are Kept and Hours are Wasted
 
A survey respondent told me, “Meetings are my big timewaster. I have literally spent entire days in meetings. I not only get nothing done at my desk but also inherit additional work. I suppose if I could wish for one thing it would fewer meetings. Hey, I can dream, can’t I?”Yes! Let’s dream a little. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a pass that says, “Get Out of a Meeting Free”? Here are some ideas for making your meetings more productive:Consider the timing. If you’re someone with the ability to call a meeting during a certain time, seriously consider the best time to hold it. Corporate America has trained most people to be “morning people.” Our natur  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Darryl Gee 
 
 Article Title :: Scheduling Retail Employees
 
Scheduling my team has always been one of my least favorite tasks as a retail manager. It’s tedious, it takes hours and even when I think I have it right, I probably don’t. What makes scheduling a challenge is that you are balancing the demands of individuals on your team with the demands of your business. This can be a very time consuming and frustrating.Lets say you complete a schedule which took you 2 hours to create. You have carefully made sure everyone has at least two days off, and all approved requests for days and vacations have been honored. You post the schedule and then you are informed that someone on your sales team needs different days off. This may seem simple,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: S. Maurer 
 
 Article Title :: A Project Management Rule: Collaborate
 
Really collaborate. Make it your rule to plan with those people who will be the performers of the plan. Don’t wait ’til the project has gone south to get their help. Start out that way. Continue collaborating as the usual way you work through the project.Do your workplans, resources, and performance metrics offer a solid readout of what is going on with your projects’ performance? Do you Plan your Work then Work your Plan, or are you simply envious of those who do?Are we using project management as a data repository for tasks or are we using it as our monitoring and control tool? Hopefully, project managers are using their project management for both.Studen  (read full article)
 
 
 
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