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Category :: Management Articles Author :: William Von Achen 
 
 Article Title :: Planning Your Recruiting Efforts Can Help You Find Great Employees
 
Today, companies have an ever-expanding list of options available to them when it comes to sourcing new employees, from advertising in newspapers and trade journals to powerful, cost-effective recruiting options available through the Internet. Unfortunately, the growth in the number of recruiting options available has made the competition for top candidates even more fierce.So how do you break out of the pack to find the people that you need? Like most other business activities, a successful recruiting program must be a planned effort. Here are some tips for ensuring that your recruiting effort produces results:Always Be Recruiting: Recruiting is least successful when yo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Andersen 
 
 Article Title :: Profound Knowledge
 
We all are on a quest for knowledge. Whether its information that will make our lives easier or just small packets of data that in a trivial way allows us to sort out "why things are the way they are on this planet." As intelligent beings we are constantly receiving and sorting information, in most instances, we are overwhelmed. Therefore, when relevant information arrives that is meaningful, concise and thought provoking, we have a tendency to reflect on this data for the principles and guidance that it offers. Here are seven insights that are worthy of the title Profound Knowledge.1. LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES: R.E.S.P.E.C.T.Respect is essential for effective leadership. Lack o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lawrence Bush 
 
 Article Title :: How To Decrease Downtime and Increase Productivity
 
All maintenance activities of the workforce must be documented, this includes breakdown repairs, callouts, preventive maintenance, replacement maintenance, overhauls, and Testing & Inspection work. Maintenance work by production line employees must be included, whether or not the employee is listed as in maintenance. These activities can then be mined for maintenance information "gold".List all repetitive workOne of the first things that a maintenance supervisor should be concerned with is repetitive work. Any and all repetitive work should be identified and isolated. This list can then be prioritized as to criticality to production lines and plant effectiveness.After  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Larry Dotson 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Ways To Maintain Profits In A Slow Economy
 
1. Sell more back end products to your existing customer base. You already created rapport, trust and proved your credibility to them.2. Make it a practice to up sell to new and existing customers. After they decide to buy one product, offer them another product.3. Cross promote your products and services with other businesses that aren't competition. You will reach a wider audience at less cost.4. Create joint venture deals with other businesses. You can expand your product line and target other profitable markets at a lower cost.5. Start an affiliate program for your business. You will be able to spend less profits on risk advertising and spend more money on   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sharon Drew Morgen 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Motivation
 
"Without the chance to meaningfully participate in steering one’s own destiny, without the opportunity to gain the sincere respect of one’s own peers, without an honest stake in making the community more successful through one’s own work and ideas, employability can quickly decay into generic training programs or bogus choices..." --"Beyond Empowerment: Building a Company of Citizens" by Brook Manville, Josiah Ober, page 52, Harvard Business Review January 2003.Today, businesses are dealing with massive change issues spearheaded by new strategic initiatives around technology. So much is possible! We can demographically get into our customer’s heads, craft alliances that ac  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steven Chabotte 
 
 Article Title :: Unravelling the Data Mining Mystery - The Key to Dramatically Higher Profits
 
Data mining is the art of extracting nuggets of gold from a set of seeminngly meaningless and random data. For the web, this data can be in the form of your server hit log, a database of visitors to your website or customers that have actually purchased from your web site at one time or another.Today, we will look at how examining customer purchases can give you big clues to revising/improving your product selection, offering style and packaging of products for much greater profits from both your existing customers and an increased visitor to customer ratio.To get a feel for this, lets take a look at John, a seller of vitamins and nutritional products on the internet. He has  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Dividing The Loot
 
It is when the going gets better, that the going gets tough. This enigmatic sentence bears explanation: when a firm is in dire straits, in the throes of a crisis, or is a loss maker – conflicts between the shareholders (partners) are rare. When a company is in the start-up phase, conducting research and development and fighting for its continued, profitable survival in the midst of a massive investment cycle – rarely will internal strife arise and threaten its existence. It is when the company turns a profit, when there is cash in the till – that, typically, all manner of grievances, complaints and demands arise. The internecine conflicts are especially acute where the ownership is   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: The Inferno of the Finance Director
 
Sometimes, I harbour a suspicion that Dante was a Financial Director. His famous work, "The Inferno", is such an accurate description of the job that it cannot be otherwise. He is fervently hated by the workers. He is thoroughly despised by the other managers ("mean bastard" is his common nickname among them, mostly for scrutinizing their expense accounts). He is dreaded by the owners of the firm because the powers that he has often outweigh theirs. Shareholders hold him responsible in annual meetings. When the financial results are good – they are attributed to the talented General Manager. When they are bad – the Financial Director gets blamed for not enforcing budgetary discipline.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Making Your Workers Your Partners
 
There is an inherent conflict between owners and managers of companies. The former want, for instance, to minimize costs - the latter to draw huge salaries as long as they are in power (who knows what will transpire tomorrow). For companies traded in the stock exchanges, the former wish to maximize the value of the stocks (short term), the latter might have a longer term view of things. In the USA, shareholders place emphasis on the appreciation of the stocks (the result of quarterly and annual profit figures). This leaves little room for technological innovation, investment in research and development and in infrastructure. The theory is that workers who are also own stocks will avoid th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: J Shipper 
 
 Article Title :: What Accounting Software Should You Use?
 
Accounting is the measuring, and disclosure or provision of assurance about information that helps managers and other decision makers make resource allocation decisions. How to become an Accountant. Accountants in the US are called Certified Public Accountants and in the UK and Canada are called Chartered Accountants. Chartered Accountants in Canada are expected to know all US CPA knowledge as well as a Canadian Accounting body of knowledge. In order to become an Accountant an undergraduate degree is required and then a period of articling is required which can take as long as 5 years with gruelling exams and an exhausting series of finals. In her notes  (read full article)
 
 
 
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