Management

The Cost Of Downtime In Manufacturing

2021-11-27

Guide created by S. Himmelstein & Company a leading manufacturer of torque tranducers

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Five Days to More Effective Inventory Management

2021-06-20

The litany of headaches related to the implementation and on-going care-and-feeding of enterprise-based inventory management applications (upgrading, downtime, maintenance, hardware obsolescence, and so on) is long. These implementation issues are enough make the savviest of companies want to engage in anything but another supply chain or inventory management software implementation. For this reason, your organization […]

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Take a Break or a Coach

2021-06-12

I recently had a chat with an ex-colleague from my previous employer. As he used to do so frequently before, he told me a few things that were going on in the company. And so I thought, how would I have dealt with these challenges if I were still a manager there? I further asked […]

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Who Killed Company Loyalty?

2021-06-12

Company loyalty is dead. That’s what we continuously hear. This crop of employees is not loyal to their company or to their boss. Have you ever experienced this: a key employee quits out of the blue for a “better” job and you wondered, how could she? Turnover is high in your organization and you thought, […]

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Five Tips to Improve the Cohesiveness in Your Management Team

2021-06-10

A cohesive management team is the most important ingredient to your company’s success. The management team needs to function as a team to maximize their accomplishments. To quote an over used phrase, teamwork is really key to an effective management team. This sounds like a simple concept but it is more complicated than you might […]

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The Significance of the Mundane

2021-06-07

This article begins with a tip of the hat to a scholarly publication called the Journal of Mundane Behavior. Unlike other publications, which herald important issues, this one trumpets everyday, but rarely noticed, behaviors. It sees what the rest of us overlook because that stuff is so, well, mundane (my dictionary defines ‘mundane’ as being […]

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The 9 Traps a New Business Must Avoid

2021-06-06

1. Know what you Do well, and what you Do Not do well— You think you know what to do to start your new business. Even if you do, you have to look way beyond the start-up phase for traps that can throw you off course. You have to look beyond the start-up and consider […]

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Succession Planning for Your Business – 7 Key Benefits

2021-06-06

A core activity in many successful businesses, Succession Planning is simple and quick to implement – here are seven reasons why you will find it of great value in your business or organisation. But, you need to lead – it works only as well as the support it gets! Time Succession Planning creates capable people. […]

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