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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Five Ways to Use a Meeting
 
1) Determine a person’s ability to plan. Does the person who called the meeting have a clear goal and a specific plan to achieve it. People who do, recognize the value of preparation and can be trusted with larger projects. 2) Measure teamwork. How are the participants working together? Are they making methodical progress toward an agreement, decision, or solution? Are the more skilled participants helping the others? Is the group working toward a result that benefits everyone? People who work as a team contribute more to productivity. 3) Demonstrate communication. How well do the participants state their ideas? Do they speak clearly? And do they pay attention whe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: 3 Lessons About Meetings from the Forest
 
Here are three lessons about meetings that came from a walk through the forest. 1) Giant Sequoias These marvelous trees are a living example that some things take time. True, we need to work with a sense of urgency. We need to do more with less. We need to move faster than the speed of chaos. And we also need to be appropriate. Rushing through some issues can produce false solutions. For example, a group slams together an annual plan, only to find that the plan ignores real market conditions, organizational limitations, and individual support. The result is a document that no one uses. For example, a p  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Don't Be Robbed in Your Next Meeting
 
What if someone asks to borrow your checkbook? And then the person says, "By the way, could you sign the checks before handing it over?" Absurd, right? And yet, people freely sign over huge chunks of their lives by agreeing to attend pointless meetings. Here are five things to ask about before agreeing to attend. 1) Goals What are the goals for the meeting? Why are you holding this meeting? What do you want to have when you finish? If you receive a vague answer, such as, “to discuss business” or “just to talk about something,” be warned that this meeting lacks direction. 2) Plan Wh  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Management, Arrogance and Knowledge Considered
 
When you are in a business situation often people will too quickly label another arrogant. This usually happens with management and employees. The employee makes an observation and a statement and calls the other person in management arrogant because he is not interested in the input.Sometimes there is a very good reason for this, other times there is not, nevertheless the arrogance issues comes up all too often and can hurt the organizational capital of your company, non-profit, agency or sports team.Now then there is a flip side to this. Consider that the employee, team member or client has a comment or wants to give out advice that is so obvious it insults the intelligenc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Without Arrogance
 
As a manager of a business, non-profit or agency you need to make sure you do not come across as arrogant to your employees or team. This is often hard if you are dealing with folks who have not thought thru their comments, questions or are so new that they ask ridiculous questions. I use to have a rule that was; Ask three then me. In other words ask a co-worker or two, your next in-line manager and if you could not get an answer or they did not know the answer then as me and that makes three. This had worked for me.I must say that people are always giving me advice and yet I dissect their comments to see if there is something I have not considered in any of it, most often there is  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Interneer, Inc. 
 
 Article Title :: Human-Based Workflows and Project Management Software
 
Workflows exist in some form at every company, in every industry. Traditionally, the term has been used to describe transactional processes. Credit card information, for example, is submitted on a website. The information is then sent to banks for approval and to a billing system for invoicing, which results in a message being sent to the shipping system for delivery. These types of transaction workflows, primarily relaying data between systems based on a static set of rules, require very little human intervention. They are typically automated using business process management (BPM) software or custom coded applications. Human-based workflows on the other hand are usually manual  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: 3 Ways Meetings Make Your Business Better
 
1) Effective meetings make moneyEffective meetings make a business smart by producing creative strategies, solid plans, and workable solutions. And smart businesses always outperform others. Bad meetings produce nothing, except maybe a decision to call another meeting.A smart business attracts customers because they know that smart companies provide reliable products and services. Thus, your proposal meetings, sales presentations, and operational effectiveness tell customers what to expect. For example, consider the opposite: how reliable a product would you expect from a company that ran bad meetings?A profit-driven business must obtain a positive return on every act  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Verena Veneeva 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Cultural Diversity - A Key to Organizational Success
 
Organizations around the world has been realizing the cultural diversity within organization is not a negative aspect, rather can facilitate organizational stalk for glory (Papers4you.com, 2006). However it is not an easy task to manage employees with different cultural backgrounds. Nevertheless there are many policy guidelines that can make task easy.On a broader perspective, cultural diversity can be manage through communicating (creating awareness among all employees about diverse values of peers through communication), cultivating ( facilitating acknowledgement, support and encouragement of any employee’ success by all other workers), and capitalizing (linking diversity to ev  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Verena Veneeva 
 
 Article Title :: Creating Competitive Edge through Continuous Innovation
 
Organizations around the world have claimed that they are ‘innovative’ businesses as they are creative (Papers4you.com, 2006). However to gain a competitive edge, it is imperative to realize that innovation always implies one step ahead of creativity where later is only an essential component of innovation. Creativity is merely an ability to combine ideas in a unique way or to associate ideas in uncommon manner , however innovation on the other hand is the ‘process’ of taking a creative idea and turning it into a useful product or service ( Robbins & Coulter, 2002). Such process involves inputs like creative individuals, organization and groups that can carry transformation throug  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Graham Yemm 
 
 Article Title :: Leadership – Do You Use or Abuse Power?
 
The dictionary defines power as “control and influence exercised over others”. With positions of management, and leadership, comes power and it seems to sit more comfortably with some than others. It is increasingly recognised that organisations need good leaders if they are to go forward successfully. Their people will feel motivated, empowered and want to contribute. Leaders who are not using their power positively and abusing will act in a way which will be coercive and, in extremes, could be bullying. This latter situation is one which appears to be on the increase and is creating further problems in the workplace such as stress. This article will look at what is “p  (read full article)
 
 
 
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