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Management Articles (295)
Leadership: As Guided By A Movie
I love the movie Remember the Titans because I believe that it is a great example of how leadership can affect an organization. The movie is based on a real life situation and stars Denzel Washington. I want to share why I believe this is a great leadership development story.…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 25, 2011  
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A Leadership Case Study Of the Steward In A Healthcare Setting
Baptist Hospital-Union County is a nonprofit, acute care, hospital that serves New Albany, Mississippi (Baptist, 2009). New Albany is a community of about 8,200 in a county of close to 23,000 (Union County Development Association, 2009). New Albany lies 25 miles to the West of Tupelo, and about 65 miles…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 12, 2011  
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Hidden Reasons For Poor Performance Part 1
When faced with poor performance, a lot of managers opt to eliminate the employee in question rather than to eliminate the reasons behind the performance. Many managers wrongly blame poor performance on lack of motivation or on a poor hiring selection by the company. But, in reality, the majority of…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Mar 27, 2011  
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Leadership: Customer Satisfaction And Wait Times
I have noticed that customer's reported pain levels correlated with increased wait times. Management of wait times, I believe that this is an important factor in improving patient and customer satisfaction. I intend to illustrate this with a review of my experience. I have over twenty years of successful history…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 18, 2011  
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Leadership: A Researched Assessment
Leadership is an essential part of guiding and encouraging the best of a staff or facility. The characteristics of the leader can influence an organization to reach improved service goals, further financial gains, and a higher quality product (Gandez, 2006). How an individual fills the role of leader greatly affects…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 12, 2011  
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Hidden Reasons For Poor Performance Part 2
This is part 2 of my reasons for poor performance. When faced with poor performance, a lot of managers opt to eliminate the employee in question rather than to eliminate the reasons behind the performance. Many managers wrongly blame poor performance on lack of motivation or on a poor hiring…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Apr 05, 2011  
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Leadership: Why Trust Matters
"Do you trust me?" I asked Elliott, my director of rehab. Nice opening question, but I thought I could tell him why trust in leadership was important despite his upfrontedness. "Yes," he said without hesitation. He held my gaze and smiled, "What's your point?" "Well, you asked me if I…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 24, 2011  
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Management: The Whys And Hows Of Keeping Things Clean
Cecelia, one of my reports came into my office, "Hey, boss. What's up." I looked up from my computer screen and smiled. "Nothing, just looking at reports. What about you? Anything happening since," I pretended to look at a watch that I don't wear, "About an hour ago?" "Nope, just…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 18, 2011  
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Giving Constructive Criticism and Feedback
Did you ever hear the saying no news is good news? Well if you take that approach with your employees you’re bound to have high turnover. Employees need to have constant reassurance that the job there are doing is meeting yours and the company standards. Nothing motivates employees more that…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   May 18, 2011  
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Leadership Training: What I Would Do If I Were In the Business Of Being Tiger Woods
I was sitting in Elliott’s office thinking of a way to inspire his leadership skills. Elliott is my director of rehab and a physical therapist. He is an affable guy and sincere in his practice of therapy, but a bit weak as a leader. His staff is composed of very…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 15, 2011  
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Where Leadership Begins
It’s a simple fact that leadership begins in your own head. It starts with the attitude you take toward yourself and the people around you. How do you think of yourself? Do you see yourself as someone who tells people what to do and sees that they do it? Or…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Apr 05, 2011  
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Leading With Integrity is Right
"You want me to what?" she asked. I inflated my chest and, in deep a baritone as I could muster, responded, "I want you to tell your staff that we will not be paying for overtime from this moment forward." Her face contorted at first. Then it went slack. Her…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 11, 2011  
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Leadership Development From Life Situations
Leadership during tenuous times requires resolve, fortitude, and the ability to display and encourage a sense of hope for a better tomorrow. Leadership positions are more than just what happens on the job. The following is an example of how you can use situations that happen in your life to…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 19, 2011  
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Business Management: When is Too Soon to Put Out A Product
"It was late," I started. "But I got my first article written and submitted about ten o'clock last night. I had to help the get the kids to their after school activities, then with dinner and their homework, and finally to bed." I had not yet checked to see if…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 17, 2011  
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Leadership: Guiding the Head, Heart, And Hands Of Employees
"Are you asking me how I intend to lead?" I asked. I tried to hide any sign of incredulousness at even being asked. I have been a manager and now senior leader for over 20 years. I came into the working world when most new employees just seemed happy to…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 24, 2011  
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Team Charters: The Importance Of Establishing Mission, Vision, And Value Statements
Establishing collectively agreed upon team charter of mission, vision, and value statements with your team or business group is of great benefit. A common culture of accountability and singular focus can help a group's performance. I have had over twenty years of successful experiences as a senior leader in health…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 17, 2011  
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The Art Of Motivation.
Implementing the three “R’s” Responsibility, Recognition, Rewards Are you a good leader? If you have never asked yourself that question, now is a good time. Let’s be honest. No matter how talented you are, your organization would definitely benefit if you made some improvements. When you move up in the…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Apr 07, 2011  
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Leadership: Whch Employees to Spend Your Time And Energy On
I was sitting in Natalie's office. She is a direct report of mine. It was Monday and we had just run the gambit of how her son was doing at his first year of college. I had opened the conversation by sharing my fears for my daughter who was heading…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 24, 2011  
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Leadership: How to View Failure And Losses As Opportunities
Failure and loss can be a great opportunity to learn and grow. It is just a question of addressing the failure with the right mindset. I have over twenty years history as a successful senior leader in health care and as an entrepreneur. I have experienced failures and losses of…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 25, 2011  
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Leadership: How to Use Your Weaknesses to Gain Influence
I was on my first day at a new job. I had taken my first senior leadership position at a large hospital in Louisiana. I had not slept the night before as I obsessed over what to say and how to present myself to instill confidence in my abilities. A…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 12, 2011  
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Behave Like You’re In Business For Yourself
Your employer want more that your body, more than just your arms, back and brain. Your employer wants you to act like an owner. Why is this? What does it mean? Organizations are reshaping themselves in an attempt to become more entrepreneurial. They want to get closer to the customer.…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Mar 31, 2011  
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Making Meetings Better
Let's be honest now. Nobody really likes, much less enjoys, meetings. Many people tend to view meetings as a waste of time that cuts in on productivity and the hours they could be spending to actually get some real work done. This is not to say that all meetings are…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Aug 20, 2012  
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Five Things to Know About Scit
Located in the Oxford of East as Pune is often called, SCIT comes across as a premier institute when it comes to pursuing an MBA in relatively niche domain like Information Technology. Carefully putting together a curriculum that is inspired from the latest and most relevant events of the industry,…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jan 27, 2015  
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When Gripers Pass The “Whine” List
Complainers go with the territory in any job. A worker, who complains constantly, even over trivial details, annoys others and affects everyone’s productivity. Do you have a person with that black cloud hanging over their head in your workplace? As a manager it is your responsibility to handle this kind…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 18, 2011  
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Why Lean Training Videos Are Necessary?
The world of business management is all about Lean these days. But what does it mean? Well, it’s a philosophy derived from the Toyota Production System, and so it also centres in adding value to the final product by eliminating all possible waste from its production. The application of lean…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Feb 26, 2016  
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How Does ACH Service Work?
As the e-commerce industry continues gaining sheer momentum and popularity, businesses all over the world are just beginning to realize the benefits and perks it can bring to financial management. Enhancing speed and customer service are perhaps the two main factors that can give any business a unique edge in…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   May 28, 2013  
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How Big Data is Monetized In the Telecommunication Companies?
Data monetization is a process that assists any company in producing profits by utilizing the data which is available to them. In this procedure, the data consumers, producers and aggregators trade or exchange data. The data involved in the business operations and the data related to the electronic devices is…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   May 25, 2015  
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Channel Management Services – Its All About Making Your Channel Partners Feel Important
Success of any channel partner marketing program relies solely on the efficacy and loyalty of channel partners. You may be doing everything right for your business but if your channel partners aren’t that motivated you may still be short of achieving success. The best way to make to the best…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Oct 14, 2011  
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How Successful People Think: Reflections For Business Leaders
This article includes restatements and edits of concepts found in the John C. Maxwell book, “How Successful People Think,” as well as concepts from Dr. Gerald D. Bell of the Bell Leadership Institute, and concepts from the John C. Maxwell book, “5 Levels of Leadership.” The article is intended for…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Mar 07, 2014  
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AGT The Safe Money People - New Job, Older Worker
There are numerous reasons why a person may wish to assign an “attorney-in-fact” role to an agent to make financial decisions and/or conduct transactions on his or her behalf. Say you’re purchasing a second home in another state, but can’t make it to the closing. You can grant your real-estate…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Oct 20, 2015  
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