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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Theodora Borissova 
 
 Article Title :: Management titles in business
 
Management is both art and science. It is the art of making people more effective than they would have been without you. The science is in how you do that. There are four basic pillars: plan, organize, direct, and monitor. Managers may direct workers directly or they may direct several supervisors who direct the workers. The manager must be familiar with the work of all the groups he/she supervises, but does not need to be the best in any or all of the areas. It is more important for the manager to know how to manage the workers than to know how to do their work well. A manager may have the power to hire or fire employees or to promote them. In larger companies, a manager may only recomm  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Zaak OConan 
 
 Article Title :: Control Your Fear Before It Controls You
 
"Fear Factor" is one of my favorite TV shows. It highlights the courage of the participants to engage in the most fearsome and disgusting acts. Most of the contestants are willing to sacrifice their dignity for the sake of the prize money. So what does that imply? It implies that with the proper mindset, determination, and will power, you can conquer your fear. Everyone has some sort of fear. It may be brought about by any one or more of the following reasons. 1) by a traumatic past incident (like being bitten by a dog) 2) by the influence of other people 3) by their own negative way of thinking But are you going to let fear take over your life? Will you remain a hostage of your fear f  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gerry McRae 
 
 Article Title :: Manage Your Gray Moments
 
Short-term memory lapses are a fact of life as we grow older. Would you believe memory loss begins increasing at age 25? For every fact of life there's a management solution! Do you find yourself forgetting such little things as unplugging the iron, leaving groceries or animals in the car, missing important meetings, turning off lights and appliances and all the other mundane activities? Too mundane to worry about?. They are annoying enough to erode confidence in yourself. Worse, they cause others to lose confidence in you. Some lapses could cause your house to burn down. Manage to place reminders in doorways or with unusual placement in passageways. Identify the trouble spots for these   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Harrison 
 
 Article Title :: Work Life Balance - Getting It Right!
 
I have previously covered the importance of business strategy, and achieving work life balance is an important factor in developing an ability to think and plan strategically. In recent years working practices and hours have become more flexible and it has become normal practice for employers to grant maternity and paternity leave. This has enabled many workers find a better balance between their work and personal lives. However, owner managers face a more taxing situation. Many think they have no option other than to work whatever hours are required and, as the owners of their businesses this can bring extreme pressures; making the work life balance even more important. When people run  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Lenkefi 
 
 Article Title :: Auto Loan Options for People with Bad Credit
 
Internet surfers with bad credit looking for an auto loan are bombarded with advertisements most days. Many of these ads are truthful in their bad credit auto loan options. However, there are many things to avoid, and this article will describe some of those. Directly financed auto loans for people with good credit are a bit different than those with bad credit. People with bad credit are expected to pay more of a down payment as well as a higher interest rate on their auto loans. Many creditors won’t even extend an auto loan to those with bad credit. Depending on how bad someone’s credit is, auto loans can range from a 20 – 50% down payment requirement, interest rates from 5-26%, an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jason Liptow 
 
 Article Title :: Setting Goals and Implementing Change
 
One of the most important aspects of management is implementing change and setting goals. Managers must decide what their goals are and how they are going to achieve them. This is a basic part of strategic planning. Setting small goals is a small part of the bigger picture in making your business or organization successful. Managers must decide what goals they believe will be most effective in improving their business and then decide how they are going to go about reaching those goals. Whatever the goal is you must be committed to it in order for it to succeed. Commitment to a goal and making decisions are not easily done. Many managers hesitate for various reasons when it comes to makin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Matthew Tibble 
 
 Article Title :: Passion Equals Profits
 
Many people often ask me why I do what I do. That is, why do I spend so much time during my waking hours working on my internet business? To be honest, I sometimes ask myself that same question. So, I decided to sit down and figure out why I am prepared to give up days upon days of my time when others are out enjoying the weather or relaxing over a cup of coffee. And the only answer I could come up with was this – I love what I do. As simplistic as it sounds, this is the source of my energy and enthusiasm, despite many frustrating tasks and instances that I find myself dealing with. I realized that I am one of the lucky ones – able to combine work and pleasure. You see, for me, my i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Beverley Hamilton 
 
 Article Title :: How To Accelerate The Return On Investment (ROI) Of Your Senior Talent
 
If you were given £100,000, how would you feel? If that £100,000 was then withdrawn and you were asked for another £150,000 how would you feel? You might question whether you had made the right decision to take the £100,000 in the first place. You might also feel annoyed, frustrated and bewildered to have to pay 2 ½ times that amount for the privilege. Well believe it or not, every time a newly appointed senior executive with a £100,000 salary doesn’t succeed, your overall cost is £250,000. Can you afford that sort of ROI on your valuable assets? People are what make any organisation successful, ignore them and fail to invest in them and you wave goodbye to any ROI. All too o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Beverley Hamilton 
 
 Article Title :: Will Your Epilogue Be - "I got all my emails done"?
 
Work life balance is the new Holy Grail; that search for nirvana; the need to find peace and contentment, the desire to achieve that fine sense of equilibrium that we can be happy with. For some people that means not working at all but, for many it means being happy with the amount of hours they spend at and think about work and are equally happy about their none working hours; whether that be time spent with family and friends or time spent participating in sports, music or other hobbies or indeed just relaxing doing nothing in particular except just being! However, the achievement of this perfect balance seems to escape so many people and I believe that’s because the important things   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Beverley Hamilton 
 
 Article Title :: Time Management: Is Your To Do List The Problem?
 
You start each week with great intentions. You are determined to get a grip of your workload. You are determined to write a to do list, you even promise yourself that you will stick to it and use it and reprioritise each day so that you finish what you want to every day. But yet again by Wednesday afternoon life, stuff and your habits have made your Monday morning intentions seem a distant memory and you are back in fire fighting mode with a longer to do list and feeling even more overwhelmed by what you have to do. Well have you ever stopped to think that it is your to do list that is the problem? vPerhaps you are not a to do list person? vPerhaps your to do list has the wrong things on  (read full article)
 
 
 
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