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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Azriel Winnett 
 
 Article Title :: The High, High Price of Distrust
 
A paper manufacturer with over 300 employees once announced that it was planning to move to more spacious and attractive premises thirty miles down the road. When staff members heard the news, they were very apprehensive. Would transport be provided, so that they would be able to commute easily to the new factory? What would workplace facilities be like in the new place - even if the plant itself would be bigger and brighter, maybe working conditions would be inferior? And what about work schedules? Would some jobs become redundant? Or, maybe the opposite would happen, and they would land up with extra, unwanted, responsibilities? At any rate,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Maurer 
 
 Article Title :: Thoughts on Empowerment
 
People are empowered when they are given the authority and responsibility to make decisions affecting their work with a minimum of interference and second guessing by others.Empowerment is an overused and under?practiced term. When people are empowered they bring their minds to work. They are engaged in making decisions that affect their part of the business. They take responsibility for their actions. They work free from the petty bureaucratic hassles that diminish value and waste time. They add value to the organization by embracing the principles of quality and service. They search for ways to make a difference.Why Empowerment is CriticalMost organizations need kno  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Maurer 
 
 Article Title :: Bringing Ideas to Life: Seven Principles for Pulling Together
 
You’re so excited you’re practically bouncing off the walls. This idea—your best ever—is not only going to save the company tens of thousands of dollars this year, it’s eventually going to be a moneymaker. However, following your presentation, your three colleagues sit staring at you like ‘hear no evil,’ ‘see no evil’ and ‘speak no evil.’ You stare back at them in idiotic wonder: Why don’t they want what you want—especially when it’s so clearly the best thing for the company?Almost everyone has this experience at one time or another, and the reason for it is simple: When you make a presentation instead of having a conversation about an idea, it’s an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Mercer 
 
 Article Title :: 7 Steps To Hire The Best
 
You can use this step-by-step method to hire applicants who are likely to be “superstar” employees:- highly productive- low-turnoverImportant: Focus on hiring applicants you rate positively on all seven prediction methods.1st Prediction Method = Brief Initial Screening InterviewIf an applicant’s application looks suitable, then conduct BISI, a customized 15-30 minute over-phone or in-person interview. BISI quickly reveals if an applicant has biographical data similar to your company’s “superstar” employees.For example, at one company, we discovered “superstar” Sales Reps had many similarities before working for this company:  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Meyer 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Resolutions For The New Year!!
 
Each year many people create a list of resolutions designed to help them improve their lives. As Business Leaders, we also need to take a look at our business lives and find ways to improve ourselves.Here are 10 resolutions that will help our Business Leaders and Managers move forward.1. Line up the organizations goals with the goals of the customers (internal or external) Now is a good time to make sure that your goals and objectives for your organization are not only SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time Measured) but that they are the RIGHT goals for your organization. Your goals need to be in synch with both your customers needs and requirements, a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Meyer 
 
 Article Title :: Competion or Cooperation?
 
It has been said, there is no better way to hone your skills and improve your performance, than competition. Competing with others, or even with your self, fosters continued improvement, striving for even higher goals, and an ongoing sense of achievement. Competition in the world of business is natural and expected. Every business has competitors that are vying for the dollars in the marketplace. And over the years, some of these competitors have been classic. Coke versus Pepsi comes to mind, as does Avis versus Hertz in the rental car industry. Years ago Miller Lite had commercials where two factions of their fans competed over the reason to buy their product. As a crowd gathered half th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kay Graham-Gilbert 
 
 Article Title :: 7 Tips for Growing Your Business You Do Not Want to Ignore: Business Strategies To Easily Implement
 
Growing companies must always be ready for the next challenge. If you fail in meeting critical business challenges you will not grow. Challenges often require some type of breakthrough. But do not be misled. A business breakthrough does not have to be something no one has thought of – it just needs to be a solution to your problem that you can act on now. Breakthroughs may involve simply finding the solution to a common, nagging problem or it may be nurturing a more complex way of thinking. We all must be ready and observant of breakthrough opportunities. What keeps us from moving forward can easily be overcome by incorporating one or all of the following tips. There is nothing magic  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert F. Abbott 
 
 Article Title :: The Dog That Didn't Bark
 
A few weeks ago, after consultations with others in an association I represent, I made a partnership pitch to another organization with similar interests. If the idea comes to fruition, it will radically change our organization.So, you can imagine my impatience when I didn't hear back from the person to whom I'd made the proposal. She had welcomed the idea, but a decision would be made by a council within her organization.Given the dynamics of an important decision about the future of their organization, I didn't expect a quick decision. But, I would have liked at least a phone call saying the council had accepted, rejected, or was still considering the idea.Then, I h  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Inez Ng 
 
 Article Title :: 4 Simple Steps to Successful Delegation
 
Last month, my featured article was about creating a “Stop Doing” list. Hopefully, if you followed my suggestion, you now have a list of tasks that you are looking to delegate away. It seems a natural progression that I now disclose a few simple steps that will ensure your foray into delegation is a success.1. Choose the right “delegatee”Review the task and determine what skills are required. Delegation goes much more smoothly if you match the person with the appropriate skill set to the task you have to assign. Now if you don’t have a candidate that has all the skills you are looking for, decide which is the most critical one (analytical ability, attention to  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Myron Curry 
 
 Article Title :: Hiring and Retaining Good Employees
 
Hiring good employees is not only important to business, it’s essential. Employees are the heart and soul of a business; they are the mechanism that makes a business run; they are the breath of life that enables a business to be something more than an idea. A business cannot run unless someone (employees, in this case) is doing the work. Any intelligent business owner should want good employees.EMPLOYERS NOT THE ONLY ONES TO FEEL THE EFFECTBad employees not only affect an employer by driving down sales, costing the company unwanted expenses due to negligence or simple lack of motivation, etc, but they affect the customer as well. Of course, once a customer has experienced   (read full article)
 
 
 
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