A CHANCE TO GROW
- What's your problem? Bullmore, Jeremy // Management Today;Feb2000, p97
Answers queries related to executives and industrial management. Includes character portrait of an executive who systematically fails to pay subordinates; Management of a popular but underperforming member of a work groups.
- Interviewing for Style. Fagiano, David // Management Review;Nov90, Vol. 79 Issue 11, p4
Provides information on how to match applicants for a managerial position to job style. Types of companies the applicant has worked for; Description on the job of the applicant; Peer group match; Characteristics that define a manager; Primary responsibility of managers.
- Make your team look good--or bow out. // Executive Leadership;Feb2014, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p8
The article presents questions and answers about credit for best ideas and how to discipline an employee.
- If You've Just Taken Over a Team, Quickly Let Underperformers Go. Ashkenas, Ron // Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;1/24/2014, p6
The article suggests the possible reasons for the managers' hesitation to replace poor performing people in their teams including the lack of trust for their own instincts, avoiding to be seen as distant and scary, and avoiding to offend stakeholders.
- human resources: strategic talkâ€¦making it real. Stemmet, Lehan; Stemmet, Fredericka // Human Resources Magazine;Oct/Nov2010, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p30
The article discusses why and how Human Resources should become strategically involved in a company. Human resource (HR) professionals know people and this is the strongest reason for attracting the attention of any manager or team within the organization. Never giving up and passionately...
- Maximising performance to achieve competitive advantage. McLean, Jacqueline // Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Spring2010, Issue 70, p30
The article focuses on the concept of performance management, and discusses several factors that affect the performance including personal factors, team factors and system factors. It lists the key goals of performance management which includes empowering individuals and teams to take the...
- How toâ€¦ implement flexible working practices. Patel, Anisha // Personnel Today;12/4/2007, p27
The article provides some suggestions for implementing flextime practice in offices. Some of the suggestions include consulting with staff about flexible working programs through an employee survey and implementing a performance management system for employees who choose to adopt the practice of...
- Why Leaders Should Ask Rather Than Tell. Murray, Bob // Effective Executive;Sep2014, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p19
In these days of rapid change and complexity, sometimes the simple things are the most powerful--a smile that crinkles the eyes or a warm handshake. In the world of business, one of the simplest, most powerful and most often neglected communication tools is the question. In this paper, I will...
- 'Team Players' Expect Real Choices. Rosner, Bob // Workforce (10928332);May2001, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p62
Interviews Marshall Goldsmith, executive director of the Financial Times Knowledge Dialogue company and editor of `Coaching for Leadership' and `Learning Journeys.' Issue in human resource management which is not usually addressed; How teamwork affects a company's personnel; Changes needed on...