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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bryan Wilson 
 
 Article Title :: Why and How to Work with a Consultant
 
A good consultant provides specialist abilities and experience, innovative ideas, second opinions (reality checks), unbiased appraisals, and new approaches.A good consultant will leave you with tools, plans, and materials, and will transfer knowledge and resources to help you use them.Avoid making mistakes and wasting time and resources. A small investment and timely, professional advice can mean savings and increased revenues in the future.Adding the services of a consultant can make a difference when time or human resource constraints would otherwise mean a lost revenue, market, promotion, or funding opportunity.Know your limitations and expect a consultant   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Anderson 
 
 Article Title :: Stop Waste, Fraud and Abuse
 
Each year, businesses write-off six percent of revenue to waste, fraud and abuse. But why would managers throw all that hard-earned money away when there is a reliable way to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse using accounting policies & procedures to create internal controls.Internal controls eliminate uncollectible receivables; prevent theft or embezzlement; optimize inventory; and stop waste, fraud, and abuse. Utilizing just a single control will add real money to your bottom line each month.Look for Easily Customizable MS-WORD files to Save TimeYou can quickly and easily develop customized procedures and internal controls for your organization, no matter what size  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert A. Kelly 
 
 Article Title :: PR Still a Mystery to Some
 
Unfortunately, there are managers who define public relations by its applications. Which explains neither its underlying strengths nor what PR is all about.The casual observer is left with a confusion of tactical, application-oriented definitions of the public relations function: Is it publicity? Crisis management? Special events? Reputation management? Promotion? Or a slew of other tactics in which we engage from time to time?Which is it? More important, just what lies at the core of managerial public relations anyway?I believe the core lies in doing something positive about the behaviors of those important outside audiences of yours that most affect your ope  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Solving the Problem Solving Problem
 
The meeting started like a hundred others before. There were five people sitting around the conference table, like they always did, trying to solve a problem that had popped up in the last few weeks. If you could watch and listen from another room you wouldn’t find major arguments or conflicts. These people had worked together before and from all outward appearances were pretty effective as a team.After nearly an hour though, they seemed at a stalemate. People had begun to describe possible solutions to the problem and an agreement was no where to be found. The longer they talked, the more disagreement there seemed to be. Finally Susan, the newest member of the group, asked   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tara Alexandra Kachaturoff 
 
 Article Title :: Build Your Business (On A Shoestring): Hire a College Intern
 
Starting up a new venture or business can be one of the most exciting times of your life. It can also be one of the most stressful. In the early months, or even early years of your business, cash flow is often not what you would like it to be. If you’re a solo entrepreneur, you’re wearing many hats – in fact, you’re probably wearing all of them.Not only are you selling your product or service, you’re marketing it, doing the accounting, paying the bills, answering the phones, designing and updating your website and preparing and sending out mail. And, certainly for your own business, you can easily think of ten or fifteen additional tasks to be done in addition to thes  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lakshman Balaraman 
 
 Article Title :: Managing a CAD Outsourcing Project
 
We must first emphasize that here we are talking about outsourcing CAD projects, which is significantly easier than outsourcing software development or IT services (earlier articles of mine have explained why).This article also assumes that selection of the CAD providers has been completed with due diligence (the methods are described in an earlier article).As I mentioned in those prior articles, one of the most important ingredients for successful outsourcing is management of the ongoing project by you, the client. To quote from those articles (here 'outsourcer' means 'provider'):"This may sound obvious, but probably the biggest stumbling block to offshore  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Howard Sommerfeld 
 
 Article Title :: Change and Performance - Training May Not Be The Answer
 
Introducing new products or services, bringing new people on board, developing a new process or procedure, installing new equipment, change seems to be the one constant in business today and change always seems to drive a need for training.In conducting training needs analysis at any level, we need to understand that training may not be the solution, at least not the whole solution. Training is normally employed with the expectation of changing individual performance. While training can, and does change the ability of individuals to perform, on-the-job performance also depends on other factors that form a complex interconnected human performance system. For any system to produce   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chris Anderson 
 
 Article Title :: Seven Cs to Avoid Procedure Writing Errors
 
You do your best to make sure your organization is operating as effectively as possible. But if your policies and procedures are incomplete, outdated, or inconsistent, then they are not driving the performance improvement they should. When employees try to use incomplete or undefined procedures, waste and costly errors soon follow.Case Study: Little Mistakes Add Up QuicklyWithout knowing it, employees at a local auto parts company were having a costly problem determining when to accept customer credit. The company actually had a detailed credit application procedure, including an exhaustive error correction routine, but the procedure had one fatal flaw: it was not properly i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Avinoam Amizan 
 
 Article Title :: Humor in Business
 
With the advancement of computer simulators, anybody can repeat all the business routines before he goes to the field, and have the opportunity of relaxing from the tedious work with numbers. The businessman can concentrate more on the human factors: The Customer Service, the relationships among fellow workers, and self care.The occupation with Human factors is obligation to deal with emotions. Emotions volumes are not measurable accurately, contrary to cognitive or physical volumes. We can measure I.Q., or weight lifting, but not the intensity of love or hate. Questionnaires about satisfaction from a product or a boss give very limited answers.The reason we cannot measure e  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeff Schein 
 
 Article Title :: Five Strategies To Strengthen Your Company’s Financial Management
 
Too many businesses wait until a crisis occurs before they start to focus on improving their financial management. Often, by that time, it can be too late. By setting aside an hour now to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your company’s financial management activities and systems you can save a lot of time and aggravation. It can also help increase your profits, and at the end of the day that is what it is all about.The following are five strategies that will help you start to build a strong financial foundation and build value in your company.1. Set up a financial control systemThe first thing you need to start with is a control system so that the  (read full article)
 
 
 
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