Does Your Cubicle Seem Like A Stable?
It was fair time in East Texas! Loads of fun was to be had. My boss had some prize cows he wanted to show at the local…
Tips on Organising An Event In London
Managing any kind of event is a job that includes careful planning, decision making and taking some actions that usually…
Ideas to Reality: It is Darkest Before the Dawn
It's so dark out here as I sit on the porch facing east. It's so quiet and still, I think I can hear my own heart beating.…
Birth Of An Employee: What Comes Next?
Remember back to your first real job? You know the one. That dream job you landed after you graduated from college.…
Stay In the Saddle: A Balancing Act
The laughter could be heard ringing out across the desert. I was listening to them as I looked up at the clear blue…
Organized Medical Practice Management Solutions
STOP winging it! Organize to optimize. It may sound like some catch phrase but it is nonetheless important that you…
Management Articles (295)
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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: 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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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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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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Secrets Of Successful Management
Through the years dozens of different approaches to task and project management were developed, creating a lot of contradictory information on effective management. And though we don’t claim the following tips to be the only valid ones, they are still applicable to the majority of situation when you have to…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Dec 19, 2012  
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Academic Options at Scit!
The Symbiosis Centre for Information & Technology located in Pune witnesses hundreds of students applying to its prestigious MBA programs every year. However, very few of these students are able to clear the admission procedure and make it to the final list. The reason for this strict admission procedure is…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jan 14, 2015  
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Staying Organized, Even In the Chaos Of Change
In any organization’s growth, there is often time for re-configuration of operations. This can occur during a company’s expansion – both physically and operationally, an amalgamation of functions as companies look to become more lean in their operation, or just as part of a departmental re-organization of various internal portfolios.…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jan 21, 2016  
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Unbelievable Achievements Made By And Team Members In The Business Fields
Description about Tom Hatton and his core values: Tom Hatton is a famous person who has many imbibed talents moreover he is a prophet, deliberate and result tilting person. Hence, he fervently believes in the interdependence of the humanity with the appropriate profitable enterprises. Consequently, Tom has twenty five years…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jan 09, 2014  
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Iran Cement Export And Clinker Export, the Right Path Ahead
Iran has a flourishing cement and clinker manufacturing industry owing to the presence of abundant mineral resources. Very recently Iran exported 11.79 million tons of cement and clinker, and there is progress in the plans to add 30 new cement plants as well. What follows is an upsurge in Iran…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Mar 26, 2015  
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Is there A Doctor In the House?
Roy Rogers never went to the doctor when he was sick. Nope. He would visit his local veterinarian. Do you think that's weird? I don't think so. Here's why it's not so unthinkable: People can tell you face to face what is happening to them, how they feel, where the…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 22, 2012  
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Build Esteem for Top Performance
How well an employee performs may be directly linked to their level of self-esteem. Managers need to focus on improving employee self-esteem and avoid deflating it.An employee who feels he is getting negative feedback and is being “beaten up” by his or her manager will pull back from contact with…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   May 05, 2011  
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Rural Management Has Huge Scope In the Days to Come And Shall Continue to Be In High Demand
A Rural Management program imparts specific management skills to graduates who are regularly picked up by MNCs, FMCGs, Banks, Financial institutions, Manufacturing and development & aid agencies both in government & private sectors. They are a much sought after lot in the corporate sector in areas such as agro-marketing, rural…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Oct 16, 2015  
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How the Supreme Court's Same - sex Marriage Rulings Affect Small Businesses
On June 26th, the U.S. Supreme Court, in United States v. Windsor, declared unconstitutional Section 3 of the federal Defense in Marriage Act (DOMA), which prohibited the federal government from recognizing marriages between same-sex couples. Section 3 defines “marriage” as a union between a man and a woman, and “spouses”…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 01, 2013  
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This is a very common question for company owners. How do I get other people to take care of the…
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A good leader can set the tone for an entire project, or even a whole business. Their behavior sets…
To be a project manager, you must have real motivation because you will be expected to motivate your…
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It is a well-known fact that every company in the world hires and fires people quite often. Moreover,…

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