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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lora J Adrianse 
 
 Article Title :: How To Prevent Your New Manager From Becoming A Statistic
 
According to a study by the Manchester Group, 4 out of 10 new managers fail in the first 18 months! The top 5 reasons cited:Not building partnerships or teams with colleagues and peersUnclear expectationsNot enough political savvyTakes too long to learn the jobInability to balance work and personal livesEvery day new managers are hired or promoted because of "what they know". When they fail to thrive it's because of "who they are" or "how they go about getting things done". While there are many factors that contribute to these successes or failures, the bottom line is that the responsibility falls on t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Linda LaPointe 
 
 Article Title :: Invite Self-Managed Staff
 
"Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them to become what they are capable of being." -GoetheTwo hundred years ago, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, German poet and philosopher, knew how to inspire and interact with others: recognize the best in them and act upon those positive expectations. This takes conscious effort and constant vigilance to be self-aware of our actions. And we owe our fellow human beings nothing less. Successful supervisors live this sentiment daily in their connections with their fellow human beings. They believe in the basic goodness of people and consciously act upon their beliefs in every contact, every day. These staffers guide the peop  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Heather Bresser 
 
 Article Title :: Virtual Assistance: A Money Saving Opportunity For Employers
 
What is a Virtual Assistant? A Virtual Assistant is a highly skilled, independent entrepreneur who provides business services in a remote or virtual environment. Some have used terms like telecommuter or working from home.Employers are looking for alternatives to having a full-time employee. Hiring a skilled Virtual Assistant helps to cut costs normally associated with on-site employees (no need for extra overhead and space, taxes, benefits, continued training), and frees up valuable time to focus on higher priority tasks that will inturn increase profits.Assistant For You!, a Puyallup based a virtual assistance and web design company, specializes in website design and promo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert A. Kelly 
 
 Article Title :: Use Every Weapon You Have
 
One of the strongest weapons available allows business, non-profit and association managers to begin changing the behaviors of their key external audiences in ways that lead directly to achieving their primary operating objectives.The name of that weapon? The fundamental premise of public relations: People act on their own perception of the facts before them, which leads to predictable behaviors about which something can be done. When we create, change or reinforce that opinion by reaching, persuading and moving-to-desired-action the very people whose behaviors affect the organization the most, the public relations mission is accomplished.In short, people in your operating a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lorraine Pirihi 
 
 Article Title :: Time Management - How to Have Productive Meetings
 
One of the greatest time wasters of all are unnecessary or poorly run meetings. If you want to dramatically improve your time management skills, then learn how to have productive meetings."Brian" is the Operations Manager in a large corporation. Every Monday morning, his CEO has a managers' meeting .This is what usually occurs: The agenda is circulated the day before which means the managers have little time to prepare.The meeting always starts late as the CEO will wait for latecomers. In fact, he's often late.A couple of the managers tend to "waffle on". The CEO who chairs the meeting is not assertive enough to keep them on track.. He's also a 'waf  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kennedy Rahaman 
 
 Article Title :: How To Decrease Profits Without Really Trying
 
Hurting your sales efforts can be accomplished easily with the proper guidance. The following effective yet simple ideas are designed to generate results when implemented into your sales strategy.• Don’t listen to what your clients are saying.You are the expert and prospects should be happy that you have been able to set aside some time for them. Spend your time talking more than asking questions and listening. Try to not answer as many of their questions and concerns as possible, this turns the focus away from you and on to the customer. Above all keep talking up the features of what you are offering as one of them may somewhat meet the client’s needs.• Don  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Manage Your Business from the Rockies, not the Prairies
 
The day job as a manager is all about managing your people to deliver, to meet the needs of your customers or clients and generating success after success! Right? And you have consequences if that doesn't happen.Worst case scenario is that you lose your job or your business, because your people haven't delivered. So the temptation is understandable. Get in there, dirty your hands and work your socks off making it happen.Admirable, fulfilling even!But how much energy have you got? How hard do your really want to work. Indeed, how long can you take the pace of keeping everyone else afloat. Before you fall apart, or it kills you?Or, despite all your years o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John T. Mooney 
 
 Article Title :: Managing the Human Resource Project
 
We obtain strategic results by aligning HR mission, vision and values. The following overview highlights a macro approach to project management. Seeking a stretch assignment, such as ownership of a major corporate HR initiative, we lead our organization by example. Strategic project management affords an exciting and challenging opportunity to direct our futures and show case our talents.The VP of HR announces to the team that we must transition from a decentralized function to a centralized function within six months placing you in charge. The set timeframe required to realize budget improvement for immediate bottom line results. The cost savings will be unprecedented for the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mark Eaton 
 
 Article Title :: Making Change Work
 
Shaky FoundationsWhilst over 60% of businesses will be looking to implement some form of business improvement initiative over the next 18 months, less than 1 in 4 of these change programmes will achieve any worthwhile results that are sustainable for a further 12 months post the introduction of change.This brings into focus two key problems:1. Some 40% of businesses are not planning to introduce any form of change, even though it is likely that there will be significant changes in their markets.2. Only 15% of all businesses will be successful at implementing and then sustaining their change programme, whatever type of change is introduced.This gap in suc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mark Eaton 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Creativity
 
Creativity Starts Here!The ability of an organisation to create new products/services and innovate new processes is an essential skill providing a sustainable form of competitive advantage.Given that organisations need to be creative, why are only a few really good at it and why are only a few individuals perceved as creative?In this article we will examine the theories that underpin creative organisations and the attributes of the managers and individuals who work within them.IndividualismTheories of why one individual may be more creative than another have changed dramatically over the last 50 years. In the 1950’s it was considered that individuals w  (read full article)
 
 
 
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