HOW TO CUT COSTS NEXT YEAR: RENEGOTIATING TOPS LIST
- Find your market value. Clarke, Robyn D. // Black Enterprise;Jun99, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p83
Provides information on how the Institute of Management and Administration can help an employee find his market value. How to know the employee's salary; Cost of the salary data; How this data is sent to the employee; Web site address.
- Knowing the Net. Callaway, Erin // PC Week;8/21/95, Vol. 12 Issue 33, pE/11
Cites the listing of business information in the Institute of Management and Administration's Business Page on the World-Wide Web.
- Summer seminars. Percival-Straunik, Lindsay // Director;Jul98, Vol. 51 Issue 12, p23
Discloses that the Institute of Management is launching a series of summer seminars on best practice management.
- Money-making ideas for the profit-minded supervisor. Mintcloud, Buckley // Supervision;Aug94, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p22
Presents ideas for reducing business costs. Fleet management for shippers; Groupware networks; Reducing breakage and rejects; Using old equipment for training purposes.
- Money-making ideas for the profit-minded supervisor. Mintcloud, Buckley // Supervision;Apr95, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p22
Offers cost-reduction and profit-improvement tips for supervisors. Elimination of wasted materials, supplies and time; Productivity incentives; Enhancement of job eligibility through training; Production standardization; Cost justification; Insights on specific companies' cost-reduction strategies.
- Money-making ideas for the profit-minded supervisor. Mintcloud, Buckley // Supervision;Jun95, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p22
Focuses on various cost-reduction approaches for supervisors. Includes hand-signed computer-stored form letters; Pooled sleuthing for difficult problems; Use of magnets for spray-stenciling identification and registry information and machine housings; Efficient mailings; Health programs; Fire...
- Identifying opportunities for cutting costs. // Supervisory Management;Nov93, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p11
Provides suggestions for cost cutting. Consideration of the vacancies in the department; Practice of `waste not, want not' phrase; Making of a checklist of what could be done without delay.
- New approaches to lower program costs Grogan, Peter L. // BioCycle;Jul1992, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p35
No abstract available.
- In-kind contributions. Halpern, Barbara // Association Management;May96, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p44
Looks at how to manage a tight budget by considering sources of in-kind contributions, of goods and services that members or firms can donate instead of making a cash contribution. How to approach local companies; Consideration of the donor's perspective.