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Don't Shrink - RETHINK!
  By: Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE
When times are easy, unfortunately, we often lose the edge to monitor performance, to question out-dated procedures and unnecessary expenses.

Dr. Herman 's 10 "De-Clone Yourself" Tips For MBA Clones
  By: Dr. Dan Herman

Are you an MBA Clone? Was your business education more like "business programming"? If your answer is yes, you are probably not fully aware of the fact that you have been "produced", together with many other executives, to think and act in a similar predictable manner, as many MBA programs around the world gravitate towards standard no-diversity sets of default concepts and tools. As a result, many executives have been turning into what I call, MBA Clones, thus undermining the competitiveness of the companies they lead.


Essential Tips for the Business Traveler
  By: Susan Dunn
As they say, getting there stopped being half the fun when airplanes were invented. If you travel a lot, here are some tips to make it more palatable.

Get Serious About Management
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
In some large bureaucracies, "management" is just a job title, a badge, or a trophy and not perceived to be a function. Managers who take management seriously seem to follow the rules in this article.

Goal Setting Can Limit Our Flexibility and Learning
  By: Jim Clemmer
Goals define what you want to have, not what you want to become. Goals are, however, targets that help us immensely in moving from a general vision to a specific set of priorities and actions.

How Many Companies Lose That Loving Feeling
  By: Jim Clemmer
Many successful companies are started by passionate zealots, full of energy and excitement. But once the Technomanagers take over, people are turned into their roles, systems, and processes -- then their heart and soul are lost.

How To Build Investor Confidence Through Good Corporate Governance
  By: Julian Fisher
Why building a company which had good governance at its' core enables a firm to gain access to pools of financing and investors that have been hitherto unreachable.

How to Get Organized
  By: Susan Dunn
What will get us organized once and for all? Such perfection is not possible. If it were, that would be your life – making lists, making checkmarks, and transferring data and information around. There on your daytimer at 8:04 p.m. would be “Kiss my son goodnight.” Intuitively we all know we don’t want to end up there!

How To Prosper As Times Get Bad
  By: Lisa Lake
Good ideas and hard work flourish no matter what the economy looks like. Here are three simple ways to help you succeed no matter what.

How to Survive in Your Business Until It Thrives
  By: Susan Dunn
If your business is in a slump, or you’re losing money, or critically short on cash, or, even worse, have gotten yourself in a position where every new contract, every new customer actually loses you money, you must cut expenses.

Incorporating You
  By: Elena Fawkner
There's a lot that can go right and wrong in a business. A lot of it out of your control. But the extent of your personal financial liability for what goes wrong is one thing you can and should control.

Is Your Team Stuck in 'P'?
  By: Brian Ward
Questions (and answers) that will help you become unstuck.

Leadership Post-Mortem
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
What will keep you from making the same mistake again, whether it's a failed project or hiring the wrong person for a job? Build the prevention into the operating procedures of your business.

Management by Dropping Hints
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
It's a shame that so many employees fail at their jobs not because they couldn't do the job, but because they couldn't read the boss' mind.

Management Lessons from History
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
Churchill was the model leader and super achiever - the greatest English statesman of the century. Although his personal strengths offer guidelines for any leader, his few failings yield some fruitful lessons for management.


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