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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michele Pariza Wacek 
 
 Article Title :: VAs – Your Secret Weapon
 
Probably the biggest problem with being a small business owner is right there in that phrase. Small. Small means few or no employees. Small means you end up doing most, if not all, business tasks yourself. Whether or not you're any good at them. But even if you ARE perfectly capable at completing those tasks, is doing them really a wise use of your time? (Just because you CAN do something, doesn't necessarily mean you SHOULD.) As a business owner, you should be focused on the big things – a vision for your business, putting together a plan to reach that vision, developing new products, spending time with your clients and marketing. In  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eklavya 
 
 Article Title :: Love your coworkers
 
Friends ! this is another powerful tip for reducing tension and stress from life. We spend at least 8 hours daily at our workplace. And we have to work in collaboration with other people. These people are our coworkers. Our relation with them can make us tense and angry or it can make us calm and happy. It all depends on what kind of relation we have with them. If you have a feeling of rivalry, jealousy and mistrust for them, you may find yourself surrounded by bitter critics who always thinks ill of you. However, if you have the feeling of compassion, love and cooperation for your coworker, you will meet with love, cooperation and friendliness. Frankly speaking we all are mirrors of each ot  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Doug Staneart 
 
 Article Title :: Become The Go - To Expert In Your Industry
 
One of the easiest ways to drive prospective clients and customers to your business is to become the expert in your field. The term Expert carries credibility and prestige that can open many doors for you, and, oddly enough, the term is relatively easy to acquire. This simple three step process can help you quickly and easily set yourself up as the expert in your field. Step 1: Determine Your Niche Instead of trying to be everything to everybody, narrow down your focus to the things that you are really, really good at. A friend of mine set himself up as an expert at leadership training for water treatment facilities. When he told me what he was doing, I asked, “  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Larry Galler 
 
 Article Title :: The CEO is 10,000 feet above the fire
 
How many times have you heard a business owner or manager say that they spend their workday “always sweating at putting out fires?” I hear it all the time. Think of a raging forest fire. There are sweaty fire fighters working hard, just yards in front of the flames. There is one person in a helicopter 10,000 feet above the flames. Those on the ground and the one in the helicopter are all looking at the same fire but they have totally different views. Those on the ground are “putting out fires.” The one in the helicopter is directing the fire fighting effort. In business, even the smallest of businesses, the CEO directs the fire fighting effort. Tha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Richard D S Hill 
 
 Article Title :: Customer Relationship Management
 
Changing consumer attitudes are driving Customer Relationship Management. Fuelled by Internet induced expectations and an even increasing mood of self reliance among customers, companies have to compete in an environment where communication, buying processes, data management, delivery and service are all-important in the battle for longterm, profitable relationships. Customers now require: - Control over the buying process (information, comparison, selection, easy to find, use and respond to) - The best possible price (including delivery, and without compromise to brand or product quality) - The quickest, slickest delivery syste  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Richard D S Hill 
 
 Article Title :: Data Mining And Modelling
 
The important processes that have to be clearly delineated for Data Mining, Analysis and Modelling are: Data model: what data will be available and how will it flow? Data gathering: how will data be gathered both in physical and technological terms? Data gathered: what data will be gathered? Data types: what types of data will be gathered? Data formatting: how will data be held? Data warehousing: where will data be held? Data mining: how will we retrieve data from the warehouse? Information modelling: how will we create models and what of? Information access: how will we access the data models and reports? Presentation & repo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Laura Betterly 
 
 Article Title :: Is Drug Screening Too Costly To Do Or Do Without? One Company Has The Answer!
 
The director of telemarketing operations at a financial services company looks out across his 3600 square foot call center on a typical Monday morning. “Look at all those empty chairs”, he laments. “It is sickly Monday and my partiers are taking their usual unscheduled day long break”. The problem of the “three day weekend” or absenteeism in general doesnÂ’t just affect the manager in this setting. What about the other 80% of the work force who showed up? They are now burdened with additional duties while filling the vacancies that have temporarily developed. With the challenge of recruiting qualified workers becoming more difficult all over the nation  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Thomas Bacon 
 
 Article Title :: Outsourcing Your Packaging Is A Strategic Option
 
In a recent article in "Investors Business Daily", it was revealed that outsourcing has become more than just an easy way to cut costs. It has become a strategic tool that gives businesses flexibility and access to skilled personnel. Since the advent of the Internet, and the rush to get online, companies have turned to outside professionals for services and solutions. Hiring a full-time IT technician is costly and not an efficient use of resources. Outsourcing allows companies to focus on their core businesses while gaining access to skilled labor when they need it. * Outsourcing is a way to boost revenue * Outsourcing is a way to cut costs * Outsourcing  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Alan Fairweather 
 
 Article Title :: 3 Steps to Stop Absence and Make People Happy At Work
 
If you're an employer or a manager then work place absence is costing you money, inconvenience, and upsetting your customers. And as we all know, not all days taken off work are due to genuine sickness. Many employees "take a sickie" because their morale is low and they just don't like or can't do their work. The challenge for employers and managers is to make people happier at work. And if people are happy at work then they are less likely to take a day off every time they wake up with a stuffy nose. Some bosses think that paying more money, improving job security or working conditions is the answer. It isn't and it's also something that can be very hard to achiev  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Garner 
 
 Article Title :: Appraisals: Learn How To Love Them
 
Appraisals have a pretty bad reputation in many organizations. Managers dread having to give them and employees hate having to take them. But by simply focusing on 7 high-value components of appraisals, you can turn them into one of the most important activities you performÂ… and start to love them. Here are those 7 features. 1. Re-state The Key Areas. Appraisals give managers and employees the chance to re-state the key result areas of the job. These are, quite simply, what people are paid for. For a manager, they might be: Production; Quality; Costs; Safety; Staff. For an engineer, they might be Repair; Maintenance; Installation; Improvements. An appraisal is like th  (read full article)
 
 
 
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