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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chuck Yorke 
 
 Article Title :: Get It Done! Soft Skills not Hard Tools are Required
 
If your organization has people, then interpersonal skills are needed. I work with companies that are on a path they call the lean journey. Whatever you call it, it’s based on the Toyota Production System. Some manufacturers embraced it and it became known as Lean Manufacturing, expanded into the Lean Office or Lean Enterprise. During this transformation the approach became focused on tools, but Toyota’s approach is about people. The focus of Lean Manufacturing training has been on technical skills such as value stream mapping, 5S, and set-up reduction. People skills; also known as “soft skills” or interpersonal skills haven’t been much of a priority. Difficulty in moving from   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Delegation for Business Leaders - How Letting Go Works*
 
To create the time for the specific role of a leader, as much as possible of the day to day delivery must be handed over. This level of delegation is very important, not only to create the space for the leader to develop visions and longer terms strategic goals, but also in encouragement of key individuals who will both be challenged by new activities, but will also be developed for the future benefit of the organisation. A leader's role is to focus on those areas of operation where he or she can deliver the greatest value and this requires huge shifts in perspective of the role. Leaders differ from managers in terms of accountability. Whilst a leader is accountable for the strate  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Francis Dion 
 
 Article Title :: What is the CMMI?
 
WHAT IS THE CMMI? The CMMI is a model for improving and appraising the performance of development organizations. It stands for "Capability Maturity Model Integration". It is published and developed by the Software Engineering Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. The CMM (the original version of the CMMI) was originally commissioned by the American Department of Defense to help them qualify software vendors' capabilities. From there it quickly evolved into a powerful tool to guide process improvement initiatives, not only for Software Development but for many related fields such as Systems Engineering, Product Acquisition, Team Management, Research and Development, etc. Today the CMMI is used   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Graeme Nichol 
 
 Article Title :: Activities vs Results
 
You have two employees, one that comes to work early and is always the last to leave. They always seem to be busy rushing here and there. The second employee doesn’t ever work late unless asked to and really doesn’t seem to be that busy. If you had to choose one, which employee would you rather have in your company? In my opinion, the amount of activity they seem to be doing tells me nothing. I am not interested in how much an employee runs around and how many hours they work. What is important is the RESULTS they produce. Which employee does their work on time and performs above expectations? That is the employee I want around. Employees that regularly work overtime and always seem t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Graeme Nichol 
 
 Article Title :: Dialogue vs. Discussion
 
Have you ever sat in a meeting where everyone is busy giving their point of view and trying to prove why they are right? Where no one is actually listening or trying to understand other individuals’ points of view. The alternative meeting format is where everyone listens to and agrees with the meeting leader. No one contributes or adds ideas, they are just compliant. In my experience most meeting are either one or the other. But when you think about it, what is the point of most meetings? Meetings are usually held to make decisions. The outcome that most people would want from the meeting is that the BEST decision is made, not that any decision is made, or another sub-committee is forme  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: James Coakes 
 
 Article Title :: Alcohol and Events
 
Naturally alcohol is an important part of many events. People associate having a few drinks with relaxation and enjoyment. Obviously participants must not drink before taking part in dangerous activities, particularly motorised and shooting events. All insurance companies specify that no alcohol at all is taken before or during any such events. It is impossible to police a situation where people are allowed 'one or two' so usually soft drinks or tea and coffee is provided during activities. When activities have finished then teams typically head off for a barbecue or meal and then drinks. Consumption of alcohol can be a problem on events and it is those drinking sessions which continue on  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Mercer, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: INSTANTLY UNCOVER YOUR CORPORATE CULTURE
 
Best Definition of “Corporate Culture” If you ask 10 people to define “organizational culture,“ you will get 11 different answers! Fortunately, from my consulting and writing on leadership and organizational change, I created my definition of organizational culture: “Corporate culture is how every employee knows she or he must act – even if no one is watching.” Knowing your company’s culture proves crucial for multiple reasons, including: + Only organizational changes that fit into your company’s culture will succeed. Changes not fitting into the culture will fail and not achieve desired results. + Hire employees who fit into the corporate culture. That is, “Do not t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sean Labrock 
 
 Article Title :: Secret Grant Money!
 
The art of researching, writing and being awarded grants has evolved into a competitive sport in recent years. There is one area, though, that gets very little attention. These are the corporate grants that are offered by thousands of large and mid-sized companies around the United States and the world. Did you know that Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola, and Allstate Insurance all offer grants? It’s the same with Microsoft, Sears and Sprint. The list is ridiculous, and many completely overlook the immense opportunities in grants from private companies. How to Find Them The website http://www.OnlineGrants.us features twenty of the largest companies offering cor  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert F. Abbott 
 
 Article Title :: Why Write Down Your Ideas?
 
Whether you're a manager, professional, or entrepreneur you need to think ahead. When you do it in a formal sense, it's called it planning, when you do it informally it's something like speculating. Whether you're planning or speculating, the exercise represents just the tip of the iceberg. For the plans or scenarios to amount to something, they have to be implemented. In turn, that usually involves other people. Which takes us to the subject of communication: How do you convert those ideas in your head into instructions or position papers or even real plans? I recommend writing, as in the sense of spending at least a few minutes to put the ideas to paper. Several benefits come out of th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert F. Abbott 
 
 Article Title :: Communicating CEOs
 
I see a PR firm has done a survey on the amount of time Canadian CEOs spend on communication, and found they spend almost half of their time on communication. I think we're supposed to be impressed that CEOs spend that much time on communication. But, quite frankly, what else does a CEO do? And, if you consider both direct and indirect communication, wouldn't that be more like 90%? So, what do CEOs do, and how much of that involves communication of one kind or another? Well, they make decisions. But before they make them, good CEOs get information from specialists in their organization. They also may check other options by reading newspapers and magazines, attending conferences, and talk  (read full article)
 
 
 
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