The Secret to Working S.M.A.R.T

Finley, Daniel C.
November 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov/Dec2010 Practice Management, p14
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the significance of systematically managing activities requires training (SMART) as a solution to poor work habits among businesses. SMART helps employees develop positive habits through training and attaining awareness of what to do and what not to do, and action to place awareness into motion. It points out that all its five parts need to work in tandem for smart work. It explains that financial advisers are unsure if they have effective work habits since they may not know other measure than what they are doing.


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