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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Peterka 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Teams And Six Sigma
 
Managing a Six Sigma team is a considerable responsibility. Six Sigma is a team process and requires cooperation at many levels. No one person can manage a Six Sigma project on their own. Just as it is the organization that benefits from Six Sigma, it is the organization that truly manages Six Sigma. Yet, that management must be led by specially trained individuals. Success in managing Six Sigma teams begins with the top of the organization. Company leadership must give the teams the resources and the authority to apply Six Sigma concepts to their daily activities. They must also ensure that organizational goals are aligned with Six Sigma projects and that any roadblocks to Six Sigma deplo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gina Gardiner 
 
 Article Title :: Being Assertive
 
Many people find it extremely difficult to be assertive, whether it is in the work place, or in their personal lives. All too often, there is confusion between being assertive and being aggressive. It is my belief that you lose credibility and the moral high ground as soon as you show any signs of aggression. There are some very simple principles to being assertive. EXPECTATION Expect to be listened to, you’ll be amazed at the difference there is when you are mentally prepared. Think about the lion tamer. If he shows fear the animal will know and attack. Set clear expectations of yourselves and others; don’t expect other people to read what is in your mind. Articulate exactly what  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Matthew Bratschi 
 
 Article Title :: Hollander Consultants Treasury Manager Flies to Louisiana to Help with Disaster Relief
 
Pat Tiller Volunteers to Assist Katrina Victims Portland, OR: Hollander Consultants’ Treasury Manager, Pat Tiller flew to Louisiana today to help with Hurricane Katrina disaster relief. He will be in Louisiana for a minimum of two weeks. A resident of Sandy, Oregon, Tiller has been a member of the Mt. Hood Ski Patrol for the past 27 years and is certified in Mass Casualty Incident training. As a certified Emergency Response Coordinator, Tiller is experienced in setting up shelters and medical areas for use in emergencies such as the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. “I’m going to Louisiana because my help and my expertise are needed. I   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Stephanie Tuia 
 
 Article Title :: Management coaching to improve relationships with work associates
 
As an employee, you are a fairly new employee at your job. You have met the boss on two occasions; your interview and one time when he or she demanded that you finish a client’s report. Your boss’s unapproachable nature makes you feel uneasy if not a bit fearful. As the boss, you don’t have a clue that your workers are intimidated by you. You are basically just concerned that they do their jobs well and produce profit for the company. Your impression of your co-workers is that if they don’t confront you about a problem, then everything is right on target. Work associates are people that have come together for one common purpose; work. These working relationships are more surface  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Cliff Hebard 
 
 Article Title :: Management Coaching: The Heart of Performance Management
 
The semantics of training and development do a great job of muddling the topic of human effectiveness on the job. What, precisely, are the differences and similarities among terms like “engagement” and “performance management” and “performance appraisal,” and even “motivation”? At the Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness, we mostly leave these questions to others. We focus instead on a skill that drives any and all of the above – regardless of terminology. In fact, it has been our number-one workshop for more than 25 years. It’s not trendy, perhaps, to work on coaching skills. Yet we see a growing demand for leaders and managers who know how to colla  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: 7 Essential Elements of Leading Change
 
In my practice as an organizational effectiveness consultant, the most frequent phone call I receive involves clients and prospective clients asking how to overcome resistance to change in their organizations. Throughout my book, Strategic Organizational Change, I recommend a strategy-driven approach to planning and implementing change. Unfortunately, many organizations do not follow a systematic approach (my approach or anybody else’s) for planning and implementing change. An Unworkable “Plan” Most organizations still attempt the following “plan” for organizational change: 1. senior management determines that a change is needed 2. the CEO announces the change to “the troop  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Clive Simpkins 
 
 Article Title :: CEOs play chess with people
 
The last thing I want to do is rain on someone’s parade. But the media coverage surrounding Standard Bank South Africa’s CEO Jacko Maree, riding on the back of the organization’s excellent half-year financial results, bears a little tempering. There’s a global shift away from regarding and treating staff as expendable commodities. I fear, based on the CEO’s media comments that this trend has not yet struck a chord in the heart (if that isn’t an oxymoron) of Standard Bank leadership. The intended retrenchment, due to be implemented in December 2005, of some 360 workers from the bank’s retail distribution network has largely slipped off the media radar. The bank gives as its ra  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Identifying Candidates for Leadership
 
A critical task in the succession planning process of any organization is identifying candidates. Traditionally, candidates have been identified based on past performance. While this seems logical, it is problematic in practice. Past performance always measures success in a lower-level position. What is needed in succession planning is a system to identify potential for success in a future higher-level position. The best predictive model I have found is the Leadership Pipeline Model by Charan, Drotter, and Noel. The Leadership Pipeline provides a model that describes the skills, time applications, and values required to succeed at different levels in the organization. While most leadershi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Stirtz 
 
 Article Title :: Is Your Business Healthy?
 
Most business owners I work with want to grow their businesses. I guess this probably applies to most businesses in general. But growth for the sake of growth alone is not always healthy for a business or its people. I’ve always believed a business should strive to be healthy rather than focus just on growth. Of course, this begs the question, “What make a business healthy?” This question comes up often for me so, I have crafted what I call my Healthy Business Manifesto. (Before I dive in, I should clarify one point. When I use the word "business" I mean any organization that has people, money and a purpose, not just a for-profit business in the traditional sense. A business can be  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Stirtz 
 
 Article Title :: What is Leadership?
 
Leadership is what every organization needs and so few have in adequate supply. Part of leadership is what the first President Bush called “the vision thing”. It’s the ability to see what does not exist and then gather, mold and shape the resources needed to make it happen. Part of leadership is passion for the purpose and the mission of the organization. But it needs to be passion with direction and focus. It needs to have strength of character; courage, integrity and fairness or it cannot sustain itself. Leadership needs to have drive and initiative. It needs to have faith that what you are doing is the right thing. It needs to inspire that same faith in others because leadership   (read full article)
 
 
 
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