Management

Creating a Culture of Partnership for Parents and Family Programming at Colleges.
By Patrick Heaton · 2 years ago
Since the 1980s, parent and family member programming efforts have varied widely across the nation. To best prepare campus for the onset of parent and family involvement, the author suggest the following strategies: 1. Assess ...
What Makes a Good Development Company?
By Alexa Mladenovic · 2 years ago
It may seem surprising that web development companies are on the uprise in 2018. It’s not news to us, though, as when Kolosek was originally created, everybody on board was aware of both the risks ...
Why Should Companies Care About Business Process Management?
By Judi Mccoy · 2 years ago
Every business exists to provide particular goods or services which in turn generates revenue. Companies have modes of operations that govern how they meet their objectives. Everything a company does towards revenue generation is known ...
Why every business should have a ‘hazardous waste management plan’
By Stewart Gillham · 2 years ago
When it comes to hazardous waste management, having a disposal plan in place is imperative. Hazardous waste is heavily regulated, and thus cannot just be tossed out with your everyday trash. To know if you’re ...
What Is The Value Of Your Dental Gold?
By Stewart Gillham · 2 years ago
If you run a dental practice or a dental laboratory and you are not selling your scrap precious metals, you may be missing out on some serious cash. In general, the use of precious metals ...
5 Questions To Ask Before Choosing Your Precious Metal Refiner
By Stewart Gillham · 2 years ago
Do you know how to choose the right partner to refine or recover your scrap gold, silver, platinum or any other precious metal? This is an important decision as it can have an impact on ...
4 Steps to Build an Emotionally Intelligent Team
By Eva Wislow · 2 years ago
The success of a business depends on many possible aspects. In most cases, it’s the leader who can make the biggest difference in a company. This statement is true only if the person in charge ...
50 Ways to Improve Team Communication at Work
By Julia Samoilenko · 2 years ago
"We have communication issues." How many times have you heard this as an explanation for unfinished tasks, depressed employees, or a lack of teamwork? Take a look at company and team surveys. Ineffective communication always ...
Top 10 Ways Automated Inventory Management Software Can Enhance Your Business Growth Rate
By Archit Anand · 2 years ago
The olden days, the inventory management software was just designed to maintain the available, receivable and saleable stock from the warehouse or stock house. There was nothing much expected from the software and it was ...
Entrepreneurship and innovation: The corruption factor.
By Sergey Anokhin · 2 years ago
Entrepreneurship and innovation: The corruption factor. Corruption and economic development: What do we know? To a Western reader, there is no ambiguity about corruption: It is seen as universally bad, and widely believed to undermine ...
Interview
By Winnie Melda · 2 years ago
The following interview was conducted with the human resources manager of XXX with the aim of understanding the daily function of a manager, challenges facing management practices and qualities of an effective manager. The interview ...
American Financial Corporation
By Nancy Simons · 2 years ago
Effective leader-follower relations are crucial to the survival and success of groups and organizations. With the rapidly evolving advances in technology and an increasingly globalized world, leaders continuously face challenges of maintaining a close relationship ...
Business Expansion
By Tanner Poindexter · 2 years ago
Expanding Your Business By: Tanner Poindexter "In the realm of ideas, everything depends on enthusiasm. In the realm of the real world, all the rest comes from perseverance." Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Business Expansion Business ...
Why "Respect for people" Is the Secret Ingredient of Successful Teams
By Pavel Naydnov · 2 years ago
"Respect for people" is one of the two pillars of Toyota’s corporate culture and the Lean management philosophy. Yet, people think it’s just about being polite. If you ask 100 top-level managers "Do you respect ...
The Creepy Guy Case
By George Babnick · 2 years ago
Sooner or later most security directors, security managers and supervisors will inevitably become aware of an employee who feels their physical safety at work is at risk. When management becomes aware of the employee’s concern, ...
Top 5 Best Practices for Managing Virtual Teams
By Victoria Abbot · 2 years ago
An increasing number of businesses are embracing the potential behind a virtual team. Virtual teams are a big draw, especially for small businesses as they both lessen the overhead costs associated with renting a traditional ...
Resilient Employees Start with Right Recruiting
By Eileen Mcdargh, Csp, Cpae · 2 years ago
My mother always said, "To end well, you must begin well." Of course, she was talking about how you separated clothes for the washing machine or how you chose vegetables at the market. But it's ...
Tricks Proven to Lower Your Commercial Heating Costs
By Darren Lowry · 2 years ago
Tricks Proven to Lower Your Commercial Heating Costs Every winter, commercial owners earn a reminder to lower the amount of energy spent to keep warm. That reminder comes in the form of a utility bill. ...
Contract Management: No Need for Growing Pains
By James Blake · 2 years ago
When you need to keep nearer tabs on your business and run it all the more proficiently, it pays to have a superior approach to keep your agreements sorted out. Contract management software equipped for ...
Resigning Your Office can Improve Workplace Efficiency
By Jericho Pineda · 2 years ago
Improving employee productivity and efficiency is a goal any employer wants to achieve. Many companies think that increasing paychecks inspires their workers to work harder and perform better. Although raising salaries may temporarily improve employee ...