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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Morris 
 
 Article Title :: New Employee Surveys
 
New employees can be a reliable source of information for a company. Most companies ignore the wealth of information that new employees are likely to bring from their previous experiences. As a result, a lot of valuable information gets swept away in the process of incorporating the new employee into the company.New employee surveys can be done for many purposes. One of them is the new employee orientation survey. This survey is generally done after a few days of orientation to determine any potential issues relating to productivity, turnover, attitudes and other aspects. It would also help the management to understand the productivity of the orientation or training program that th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcus Peterson 
 
 Article Title :: Online Employee Time Clocks
 
Online employee time clock service (a web-based application) is an entirely different system from the usual employee time clock system that records employee arrival and departure times by manually entering work hours in a database or sending reports to an accounting staff. By using online employee time clocks to record work hours, an industry can track time more efficiently and allow extra time for constructive activity.Online employee time clock service can be accessed through websites. A username and a password are given to protect personnel information. The data is recorded on an online form and recorded. In essence, an employee clocks in and out. Online employee time clock se  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Management Controls of Founding Fathers Not So Great; History Needs a Reality Check
 
We must honor our Founding Fathers of course but lets not over do the fact too much, because we are intelligent people too and we have ultimately some of the most brilliant minds on the Planet. Lets be honest; The Founding Fathers were good but they were Not so Great that we should bow down and not consider our current civilization and where we must go into the future.You see, History Needs a Reality Check and thus I propose a complete review and study of all that we are and all that we have built and trust ourselves to take this country to the next step for future generations.This is by far and away the greatest nation ever created in the history of mankind and anyone who l  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Morris 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Surveys
 
Organizations today are functioning in a state of extreme competition. Being the most productive has become an obligation for survival. With limited resources, companies are recognizing the importance of having the right kind of manpower to drive success and growth. The conditions of employment have undergone drastic changes, with employees as well as employers becoming more quality-driven. Organizations are faced with the challenge of attracting as well as retaining the most talented employees. For this, the employees’ ideologies, desires, aspirations and other aspects that drive them have to be recognized as well as nourished.Employee surveys are a great way to understand and a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dr. Gary S. Goodman 
 
 Article Title :: Top Consultant Asks: How Can You Manage A Losing Team?
 
Jim Tracy was the skipper of the Los Angeles Dodgers for several seasons.His winning percentage wasn’t great, but he led the team to the post-season at least once.Then, reportedly in a dispute with management about the length of his contract extension, he bolted and signed on as the leader of the Pittsburgh Pirates, a team that has been losing for decades, and really has done a lot worse that the Dodgers.How, I asked myself, could Tracy go from bad to worse?In other words, how could he embrace the idea of managing a sure loser?Yes, you could retort, “For the money, dummy!” but I think that’s only part of the story.I think he relishes the c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pam Kennett 
 
 Article Title :: Poor Performers - Why Feedback Doesn't Work
 
Research undertaken in the late 90’s discovered that 360 degree feedback had more impact on below-average performers but that the worst of performers rarely changed as a result of feedback. Why is this the case? Personal Construct Psychology (PCP) provides some insight.They have fixed perceptions of themselvesPCP suggests that self perceptions don’t exist in isolation but are linked in elaborate networks. Some of our perceptions are core and explain how we see ourselves. Not surprisingly, core self perceptions are difficult to change – so many other beliefs about ourselves depend on them. The worst of performers are those who have been in their job for a lo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Myatt 
 
 Article Title :: Doing The Right Thing
 
One of my favorite things to write about is the topic of leadership and one of my favorite business theorists is Peter Drucker. Peter Drucker has authored more than 35 books and is considered by many to be the founding father on the study of management practices. In this blog post I will breakdown one of my favorite “Druckerisms” which states that: “managers do things right while leaders do the right things.”At first glance the above Druckerism might not seem to be all that insightful, but I believe it is very powerful observation that highlights the difference in philosophies between most managers and leaders.Doing things right is a trait that causes managers to be   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Verena Veneeva 
 
 Article Title :: Recruitment as the Most Important Aspect of Human Resource Management
 
Human Resource Management theories focus on methods of recruitment and selection and highlight the advantages of interviews, general assessment and psychometric testing as employee selection processes. The recruitment process could be internal or external or could also be online and involves the stages of recruitment policies, advertising, job description, job application process, interviews, assessment, decision making, legislation selection and training (Korsten 2003, Jones et al, 2006).Examples of recruitment policies within healthcare sector and business or industrial sectors could provide insights on how recruitment policies are set and managerial objectives are defined. Succe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Verena Veneeva 
 
 Article Title :: Customer Loyalty: is it Really Important?
 
Introduction: Customer loyalty can be defined as a behavior or attitude of a customer to purchase a particular product of a specific brand over others which available in the market for a particular need. The packaged good industry defines this consumer attitude as ‘Brand Loyalty’. Brand loyalty can be defined as “The degree to which a customer is loyal to a given brand in that they are likely to re-purchase/re-use in the future. The level of loyalty indicates the degree to which a brand is protected form competitors” (Yellow Pencil).Customer loyalty has become the buzz word of the marketing industry (Papers4you.com, 2006). Companies are constantly trying to increase their b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Verena Veneeva 
 
 Article Title :: How Important is Knowledge Management for Businesses?
 
Knowledge is a philosophical concept defined by Plato as a belief supported by an account or an explanation (Blair, 2002). Under the context of knowledge-view of an organization, the definition suggests that knowledge comes from firm’s increased ability to make use and sense of available information to create value for the shareholders (Leiponen, 2006). There has been a significant growth in the knowledge-based school of thought, which suggests that generating and retention of knowledge can have positive effects on the firm’s performance (Di Mattia & Scott, 1999). To manage this intangible asset to leverage firms for benefits is considered to be its core capability. Knowledge manageme  (read full article)
 
 
 
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