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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Barry Maher 
 
 Article Title :: Loyalty, Motivation And Work-Life Balance
 
Managers who aren't loyal to their people can't expect loyalty in return. Companies that complain about employee loyalty have usually done nothing to earn loyalty, often routinely lying to employees, demanding sacrifices that are never rewarded, shunting them aside and casting them off in the name of good business.I know of one organization that routinely takes top performing managers and sticks them in problem markets. Fair enough. What isn't fair is that these managers are paid on an inflexible bonus and override system. Which means that their reward for doing a superior job and for helping the company out is a massive cut in pay. And frequently a poor evaluation if they fail to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Deependra Tandukar 
 
 Article Title :: Knowledge Mapping
 
This module focuses on the basics of Knowledge Mapping, its importance, principles, and methodologies.Key QuestionsWhat is K-map?What does the K-map show, and what do we map?Why is K-mapping so important?What are some of the key principles, methodologies, and questions for K-mapping?How do we create K-map?BackgroundEach of the past centuries has been dominated by single technology. The eighteenth century was the time of the great mechanical systems accompanying the Industrial Revolution. The nineteenth century was the age of steam engine. After these, the key technology has been i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Azriel Winnett 
 
 Article Title :: Communicating Effectively In The Workplace: Four Vital Steps
 
Ineffective communication is a major, yet avoidable, obstacle to business productivity. And yes, it can be avoided. Given the will, the bleakest of situations can be turned around for the better. Management must face squarely the challenge of formulating strategies to encourage personnel to communicate effectively. On the other hand, managers themselves have to set the example. They need to realize that successful communication is no one-way process. On the contrary, repricocity is the essence of communication. This applies whether the process is conducted verbally or through the medium of the written word. Managers are human beings involved with oth  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Azriel Winnett 
 
 Article Title :: How Invisible Communication Barriers Kill Productivity
 
Many kinds of interferences or disturbances can confuse a message. Communication specialists call them ''noise.'' A noise is anything that competes against communication. Obviously, if we want our communication to be effective, we have to be continually on our guard to detect such noise, whatever the source. When we find it, we must drown it out. Or better still, eliminate it altogether. Of course, before we can overcome such barriers, from wherever they come, we must be able to recognize them. When they take the form of literal noise, they're usually easy enough to distinguish. But what we don't appreciate enough is the plethora of forms of metaphorical nois  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanne Sawyer 
 
 Article Title :: Problem-Solving Success Tip: Define the Problem First
 
Define the Problem First. It seems obvious, but how many times have we gone to a problem-solving meeting and the discussion started with either whose fault was it or an assertion about the proper solution?Explain what the problem is—what went wrong, what are the symptoms, what is the impact on your business and your customer’s business. These are the things that someone knows at this point in the problem solving process. If the someone is not you, and you’re leading the problem-solving effort, you need to do some research to find out. No guesses or assumptions allowed: the problem description must give the facts clearly and accurately.Write it down. Writing the   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Krueger MD 
 
 Article Title :: How Managers Can Turn Failures Into Successes
 
Although there are real, external reasons for managerial difficulty – including massive reorganization after takeovers and the realities of discrimination due to age, sex, and race – managers fail most often for reasons they themselves create.These reasons include ignoring the application of emotional intelligence, failure to recognize individual motivation to be effective, and a failure to adapt to change and rebound from setbacks. With only slight modifications, the context of the following remedies can be changed to any executive function.Excessive Narcissism and Self-InterestIndividuals with an excessive need for positive feedback and a preoccupation with the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Management - Getting The Most Out of Your Employees
 
Managing for Best PerformanceIn it’s simplest form, performance management is a common sense set of discussions that make sure people are clear about what they need to do, have the support to do it and get open and honest feedback on their performance.Any performance management process should answer 4 important questions for your employees:· Direction: What do I need to do and how well? · Feedback: How am I doing? · Rewards: What happens when I do well? · Support/Development: What happens when I need/want help?Lets look more closely at each of these:DirectionEmployees are not mind readers. Just because it is clear  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: Management & Leadership - Doing it right in the 21st Century
 
The Old Way – Command and ControlAlthough workplaces and management styles have come a long way in the last decade, the command and control style of management remains common practice in many companies. This management approach basically means that employees are told exactly what to do, when to do it and even how it should be done. The manager is in charge, has all the answers, and fixes all the problems.It’s no surprise that plenty of people find this approach demotivating - and that workplaces with a command-control style are rated as pretty unsatisfying. When it comes down to it, none of us really enjoys being told exactly what to do, and neither do our employ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: Profits and Business Success - 5 Profit Traps to Watch Out For
 
The old saying 'You have to spend money to make money' can be a dangerous one. Every business has it's costs, but not every business owner takes the time to distinguish between what is an essential expense, and what is a 'nice to have' expense.And on top of needless expenses, businesses can also lose potential profits through poor management processes and techniques. So let's have a look at 5 of the main culprits which contribute to lost profits and reduced success:OverheadsLimit your overheads to 10% of your sales. If your overheads are significantly more than 10%, some options may include:reducing office sizeremoving unnecessary travel - try ph  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: Difficult Employees-Poor Performance - 10 Tips for Dealing with it in the Workplace
 
I personally struggle with the term 'managing people' - because I firmly believe that people cannot be managed – only processes and systems can. How many times have you heard it said – “Why won’t my employees just do as they are asked?”Despite all our best efforts at 'managing', we have very little control over other people’s actions, including the people that work with or for us. We can inspire, motivate, guide or threaten them, but the choice to act in a certain way is up to the individual.Today’s workplaces are complex environments – it is a rare occasion when all employees get on together and work enthusiastically and constructively to achieve the goals o  (read full article)
 
 
 
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