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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kate Hufstetler 
 
 Article Title :: Delegation: When to Delegate, Who to Delegate to
 
There are some very simple guides for delegation.Most people delegate based on not wanting to do something. They simply walk out to their secretary or the closest sub-ordinate and ask them to do/finish the project. These people use delegation as a means to schlep off unwanted work.Almost all work within any organization is important. That does not mean that all work with in an organization is A) fun to do or B) exciting to do or C) challenging or D) any particular person's favorite thing to do.So when can you / should you consider using delegation? Well the obvious is when the pile of work has grown to large to be accomplished accurately and in a   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marc Prensky 
 
 Article Title :: Twitch Speed: Reaching Younger Workers Who Think Differently
 
Every parent, educator, and manager knows that "Nintendo children"--those born after 1970 and raised on video and computer games, Walkmans, the Internet, etc.--are different. Unfortunately, the Gen-X discussion has focused mainly on the youths' supposedly short attention spans and attention-deficit disorders, ignoring or underemphasizing what is perhaps the most crucial factor--that this under-30 generation thinks, and sees the world, in ways entirely different from their parents.An example: This generation grew up on video games ("twitch speed"), MTV (more than 100 images a minute), and the ultra-fast speed of action films. Their developing minds learned to adapt to speed and thri  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Robertson 
 
 Article Title :: The Supervisors 14 Essential Truths For Communicating With Direct Reports
 
One amazing, but sadly true, fact of today's advances in communication tools is that we really don't communicate much better than in the past.Indeed one recent study determined the number one advancement in communication tools was the availability of cheap on-line airfares.The airline trip was needed to clarify some earlier communication sent out electronically!Therefore a Manager/Supervisor must be able to clearly communicate to his/her direct reports in an effective manner.The following are 14 essential truths you must understand in order to improve your communication skills.1. Focus--When someone is talking to you, STOP what you are doing and thinking  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nick Arrizza, M.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Executives and Emotional Self Awareness
 
A major problem impairing an executive's performance is his Emotional Blind Spots. Emotions, whether we like them or not, have a significant impact on one's decisions. An example is the Enron case where executives ran into severe ethical and legal consequences after falling prey to the destructive negative emotions of greed and self-interest. It is perplexing how many success driven executives, choose to fear addressing the impact of negative emotions on personal and organizational performance.Helping executives become aware of the Emotional Blind Spots that cause them to steer into perilous decision making territory has helped them make better decisions and feel powerfully more se  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nick Arrizza, M.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Success in Business Means Managing Negative Emotions
 
You may have the MBA but if an internal critic constantly berates you, or you have feelings of self-doubt, low self-confidence, fears of rejection or other negative emotions your chances of success may be quite limited.More and more executives are beginning to realize that the next frontier in maximizing their chances for success is to start focusing on building personal internal skills that go beyond the business training that they have already received.To drive the point home, a metaphor to describe how negative emotions adversely affect personal and career performance is in order. As you know, when your car is not finely tuned it tends to work less efficiently and to brea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Charlotte Hardwick 
 
 Article Title :: Employers - Protect Yourself from Custody Battles that Hold Your Company Hostage
 
Child custody? How'd that get to be an employer's concern?When an employee faces child custody litigation, it will effect their ability to do their job. And it often causes legal consequences for their employers as well. Unless you know where to draw the lines regarding your legal obligations and exposure, you could find your employee's custody difficulties costing the company in a variety of ways.Custody problems have a major impact in the workplace, where they effect other employees, as well as hurting the bottom line. Worse yet, they can be disruptive in the workplace for a long time. Unlike other kinds of employee stress, a custody dispute could keep creating turmoil unt  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Abdallah Khamis Abdallah 
 
 Article Title :: How to Enhance Quality in Your Business
 
Every business must strive to provide quality products and services to customers. To achieve that objective the company must draw well thought out policies and procedures to ensure 100% achievement of the targets.Here are some tips to ensure that your business attains and enhance quality:Document Quality Objectives and ProceduresQuality management objectives, policies and guidelines must be set and published in manuals, in the business newsletter, on the notice board and wherever appropriate. This is to educate and remind employees and management and serve as guidelines. Even suppliers and customers should be informed on the company’s quality management policies and  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael S. Winicki 
 
 Article Title :: This Old Business
 
Not long ago I was asked to come out and take a look at a business that had been around for about 10 years... but the owner was frustrated with the amount of money he was making.Here is the story of a natural food retail store located in New York State.The business itself is located in western New York State, within a small village. It sits upon one of the “main drags” going through the village and probably sees as much car & foot traffic as any other business in the limited “downtown” area.I’m going to approach this as an “outside-inside” project. In other words, I’m going to look at the outside of the business first… and see how we can improve/ma  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert F. Abbott 
 
 Article Title :: Multiple Channels, Multiple Times
 
I've just been reading about the frustrations of a Human Resources manager. He's tired of having to answer the same questions about benefits over and over again.I understand that, having been on both sides of the issue, both as a consumer of benefits and in communicating about them on behalf of corporate clients. Benefits can be the slippery eels of internal communication.But, to put the issue into context, this is another case of complex communication. In this case, a large volume of information that's not easy to understand.Descriptions of benefits typically involve a high level of density: in other words, they contain a lot of information in a small amount of 'spac  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Judith Richardson 
 
 Article Title :: Overcoming Resistance
 
Virtually any type of organizational change involves role transitions of some type. In light of role transitions, it is almost natural for employees to resist major changes in the workplace environment. Some contend that resistance to change is “natural”; they contend that this resistance is instinctive; that humans have a desire for perpetual stability.Many processes recognize that resistance. Individual interviews provide an environment where individual stories can be heard in a safe environment. Whole Person Process Facilitation can be used in focus groups with an appreciative inquiry and vision based diagnosis approach to identify resources the organization already poss  (read full article)
 
 
 
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