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  • The Leadership Compass is based on the Native American Medicine Wheel, or Four-Fold Way, in which each direction has a main "human resource" from which to draw for support and strength. The point of the Leadership Compass is to identify the different types of leading one may follow. The Compass can help people work with other leaders by identifying their strengths and weaknesses so you can assess how to complement their characteristics and improve their own leadership skills.

    Leadership Compass: What Kind of Leader Are You?

    Leadership Compass: What Kind of Leader Are You?

    by glassvisage16

  • An employment tribunal is a public body tasked with solving conflicts between employers and employees. We will discuss their roles and responsibilities and compare them to an ordinary court of law.

    Roles and Responsibilities of an Employment Tribunal

    Roles and Responsibilities of an Employment Tribunal

    by Yaseen Essack0

  • If you've recently taken a new position as a supervisor or manager with hiring responsibilities, you need to know what to ask and what not to ask during the selection process. Here are the basics.

    Interviewing Do's and Don'ts for New Managers

    Interviewing Do's and Don'ts for New Managers

    by Christine Mulberry0

  • The Iron Triangle is the 3 components of management- scope, schedule, and budget. Managers must use these 3 aspects to reach the ultimate goal of quality.

    The Iron Triangle Of Management

    The Iron Triangle Of Management

    by Yaseen Essack0

  • Market segmentation helps businesses hone in on groups of prospects which can be the most viable. Find out what is market segmentation and how it is used in marketing.

    What is Market Segmentation?

    What is Market Segmentation?

    by Heidi Thorne4

  • What drives the workplace bully to harass his coworkers? How does he do it? Why does he get away with it? Here’s an inside look at what’s going on with this highly dysfunctional scenario where the office bully appears to have everybody at work, including the supervisor, wrapped around his finger.

    The Office Bully: What Drives Him, What He Does, and Why He's Still There

    The Office Bully: What Drives Him, What He Does, and Why He's Still There

    by Geri McClymont8

  • Help your intern's career development and your own by learning to effectively communicate and assign tasks. Challenge yourself to make interns more effective at their work and stretch your own leadership skills. Guide for managers or other full-time employees to make the most of summer interns.

    Effectively Manage and Mentor a Summer Intern

    Effectively Manage and Mentor a Summer Intern

    by Katy Medium0

  • You can spend upwards of 30 – 50 hours a week with your co-workers in the same office. Is it any wonder that over time, some of the things your office mates say and do start to drive you bonkers?

    Office Etiquette Rules You Should Never Ignore

    Office Etiquette Rules You Should Never Ignore

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Running our own business is hard. We have to lead and manage a team of one. Most employees don't like their bosses. How can we be our own boss and actually like ourselves, get great work done, and succeed?

    Self-Leadership and Self-Management

    Self-Leadership and Self-Management

    by Sid Kemp4

  • Business communication is the key to running a profitable, respected company. A business letter is a daily ritual for many businesses and their employees. A business letter can make or break a business deal, and obviously, a well-written letter is better able to seal the deal.

    How to Format and Write a Professional Business Letter

    How to Format and Write a Professional Business Letter

    by Teresa Coppens4

  • Good customer service is the key to success whether business is conducted online or in a store. Read on to learn key strategies and how small businesses actually have more leverage.

    How to Excel in a Small Business

    How to Excel in a Small Business

    by Catherine Tally10

  • Shows how six sigma level of a process (process sigma), can be calculated with use of the upper tolerance limit (UTL), lower tolerance limit (LTL), mean, and Standard deviation of a process.

    Calculating the Six Sigma Level of Processing

    Calculating the Six Sigma Level of Processing

    by Joshua Crowder0

  • Most projects fail, and the most common reason is that the goal is not clearly defined. When the goal, or scope of the project, is clearly defined, success becomes possible. Learn how to define project scope and goals clearly, and communicate it to the project team and the customers, so you can get it done right!

    Project Scope Management: What Are We Making?

    Project Scope Management: What Are We Making?

    by Sid Kemp3

  • What is networking as it relates to business? Many people have an "I know it when I see it" attitude about it. Networking principles, and how they differ from word of mouth, are discussed.

    What Is Networking?

    What Is Networking?

    by Heidi Thorne8

  • While developing friendships in the workplace may be a part of life, it is important for supervisors to remember that the perception of favoritism can be very disruptive for the work environment. When employees think a supervisor is giving preferential treatment to a subordinate due to their personal relationship, there is likely to be some backlash from the others who will be resentful toward such treatment.

    Friendship Between Supervisors and Subordinates

    Friendship Between Supervisors and Subordinates

    by Christine McDade2

  • Brand extension can provide more sales opportunities for successful brands. But this branding strategy could boomerang against a brand. Learn what brand extension is and how it's used in marketing.

    What Is Brand Extension?

    What Is Brand Extension?

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • Despite my gut feeling that it was a bad idea, I hired X for many reasons. Eventually, after eight long, demoralizing months, she gave the jig up and simply never came back.

    The Hiring and Firing of a Sociopath

    The Hiring and Firing of a Sociopath

    by Sophia Heresford4

  • Is a manager a leader? This question might come to mind when one asks oneself, "What qualities make a good manager? What does it take?" The answers can be interesting and somewhat unexpected.

    The Difference Between a Leader and a Manager

    The Difference Between a Leader and a Manager

    by Patty Inglish70

  • We all need more time. In today’s world there simply is not enough time to get everything we need and want done. Unfortunately it is frequently those things that are most important to us that are left by the wayside. Work is, more often than not, what saps most of our time and energy. Life balance is hard to achieve. There are, however, ways in which to resolve this issue...

    A Job Share Proposal Your Employer Can’t Refuse

    A Job Share Proposal Your Employer Can’t Refuse

    by JulietduPreez5

  • Post-Millennials or Generation Z (kids born in 2000 and later) are entering the workforce. Their world bears little resemblance to what came before. What should we expect from these young employees?

    Generation Z and the Work World:  5 Trends to Watch

    Generation Z and the Work World: 5 Trends to Watch

    by FlourishAnyway81

  • Business strategies for improving net income and bottom-line financial results. Options include contingency planning and negotiating.

    How to Improve the Bottom Line

    How to Improve the Bottom Line

    by Stephen Bush0

  • Social media networks heavily rely on visuals. So if businesses want to reach and sell to today's customers, build building visual literacy skill is a must. But what is visual literacy in business?

    What is Visual Literacy in Business?

    What is Visual Literacy in Business?

    by Heidi Thorne4

  • Different situations call for different types of leadership. Does your company need a visionary, a peacemaker, a motivator, or an architect? Probably all four. Can you be all types of leader, and know which type to be when? Or can you build a leadership team with all these qualities?

    The Four Types of Leaders

    The Four Types of Leaders

    by Sid Kemp32

  • Employment-related stress is a common symptom of today's modern work world. Here are some tips for how to ease work-related stress and get through a bad day at work without losing your mind.

    How to Get Through a Bad Day at Work

    How to Get Through a Bad Day at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Practical strategies for improving business writing in organizations of all sizes. Key content writing problems and mistakes to avoid.

    How to Improve Business Writing

    How to Improve Business Writing

    by Stephen Bush2

  • PESTLE Analysis is a key tool for identifying external forces on an organization. It stands for Political, Economic, Sociological, Technological, Legal and Environmental. I will cover what PESTLE Analysis is, examples of the key driving forces and how it can be used to help the strategic direction of your organization.

    What Are the Driving Forces of  PESTLE Analysis?

    What Are the Driving Forces of PESTLE Analysis?

    by dommcg1

  • This article examines the relationships involved in the reflection of customer satisfaction upon an organisation, specifically relating to the continuous hierarchy between product, customer and organisation.

    Customer Satisfaction: Achieving Competitive Advantage

    Customer Satisfaction: Achieving Competitive Advantage

    by Kimberly Cook0

  • Do you have an employee who works extra hard and shows incentive? Do they stay late or come in on days off? Why not reward their behavior with more than just their paycheck? Below are 10 "low-budget"

    10+ Ways to Reward Employees on a Low Budget

    10+ Ways to Reward Employees on a Low Budget

    by Billy Haynes11

  • A tongue-in-cheek look at the just cause standard for discharge. Learn the five sure-fire ways you can get fired from a corporate employment attorney's perspective.

    Five Ways to Get Fired

    Five Ways to Get Fired

    by Deborah Neyens126

  • The intent with a fika is to eat something sweet or a snack, while having a pointless, or meaningful conversation with one or several friends. A fika can mean success at work and also on a first date!

    Enjoy the coffee break! Take a Swedish "fika"

    Enjoy the coffee break! Take a Swedish "fika"

    by Christina Lornemark42

  • If you have a job, chances are that you've come across at least one person who is difficult to work with. In fact, most of us over the course of our careers will have encountered many of these difficult coworker types. I sure have!

    4 Types of Difficult Coworkers and how to Deal With Them

    4 Types of Difficult Coworkers and how to Deal With Them

    by PurpleOne16

  • More than likely you have had to deal with a bad boss in the workplace. Or you could be dealing with one right now. Find out what options are available to you on how to deal with a bad boss.

    10 Tips on How to Deal With a Bad Boss

    10 Tips on How to Deal With a Bad Boss

    by David Livermore10

  • Do you work at a haunted office? Are you constantly terrified of going to work? Do you think a ghost might attack you at your desk? Well, you are not alone!

    10 Signs Your Office is Haunted

    10 Signs Your Office is Haunted

    by Jeannie InABottle13

  • The unexpected death of a colleague in the workplace can present a number of challenges. HR and management can implement a number of measures that acknowledges the emotional state of their workers and provides support during this difficult time.

    Helping Employees Recover From the Death of a Coworker

    Helping Employees Recover From the Death of a Coworker

    by Carola Finch3

  • While employees generally look for ways to promote and advance throughout their career, some employees have valid reasons to take a lesser paying job.

    Why Employees Take Job Demotions

    Why Employees Take Job Demotions

    by Christine McDade2

  • Communicating using simple plain English is vital to customer service, as the customer service advisor will be dealing with clients from different parts of the world who speak different dialects.

    Communicate Effectively With Customers - Part 3

    Communicate Effectively With Customers - Part 3

    by livingsta0

  • An overview of the conscious capitalism philosophy and several companies that practice the conscious capitalism business model, which includes a higher minimum wage and better employee benefits.

    Companies That Practice Conscious Capitalism

    Companies That Practice Conscious Capitalism

    by chet thomas0

  • You hate your job and feel that life is one long nightmare! Is there anything you can do to make the situation better? The answer is yes!

    How to Survive a Job You Hate

    How to Survive a Job You Hate

    by Helen Murphy Howell25

  • Find out how being more appreciative and thankful at work can make a huge difference to your level of job satisfaction. Daily gratitude can improve your work relationships and attract new business.

    How to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude at Work

    How to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude at Work

    by Sally Hayes2

  • The Toyota Production System (TPS) usse Muda, Mura and Muri to signify waste within their system. What are the the Seven Muda or seven wastes and how do we eliminate them from our processes?

    7 Wastes: The Seven Muda

    7 Wastes: The Seven Muda

    by Tony0

  • Labor unions have fallen on hard times lately. Have they become a thing of the past; or are they still viable in today's competitive marketplace? Please take our poll at the bottom of this article.

    Declining Labor Unions; Are They Still Needed?

    Declining Labor Unions; Are They Still Needed?

    by Dallas Wilkinson0

  • It's the digital age and the world's method of communicating has changed drastically. Though casual communication is more commonplace, writing an informal memo still requires you to follow a few rules!

    How to Write an Informal Memo

    How to Write an Informal Memo

    by Blurter of Indiscretions10

  • Women fulfill many leadership roles. Just like men, women can be visionary, be peacemakers, be steady guides through difficult times, or be problem-solvers.

    The Four Types of Women in Leadership

    The Four Types of Women in Leadership

    by Sid Kemp45

  • Business cards are one of the cheapest, easiest and most effective sales and networking tools. Get business cards tips for size, printing, photos, contact info and more!

    Business Card Tips for Sales and Networking

    Business Card Tips for Sales and Networking

    by Heidi Thorne21

  • If you're looking for a better office chair, and are struggling with back pain and discomfort with your current chair, see what I went through and found. A great office chair.

    My Quest to Find the Perfect Office Chair

    My Quest to Find the Perfect Office Chair

    by Marc Anderson4

  • The swing shift can be a rewarding, but difficult shift to work. However, for the right person, the afternoon shift can be the perfect fit. Learn if it's the right fit for you.

    What Is the Swing or Afternoon Shift?

    What Is the Swing or Afternoon Shift?

    by David Livermore2

  • A unique collection of originally-written inspirational and motivational quotes about hard work. Find assurance that hard work pays and that working hard will lead you to success.

    Inspirational and Motivational Hard-Work Quotes

    Inspirational and Motivational Hard-Work Quotes

    by princesswithapen3

  • When you have a problem to solve but you just can't find a way to tackle it, you may find that brainstorming can help you find the solution. Brainstorming can help you find an innovative solution to a difficult problem. Brainstorming techniques are easy to learn and apply.

    Brainstorming Techniques

    Brainstorming Techniques

    by DreamerMeg15

  • Learn how to calm your nerves and conquer your stage fright the next time you're asked to get up in front of an audience and give a presentation.

    How to Overcome Stage Fright

    How to Overcome Stage Fright

    by Sally Hayes0

  • The difference between and good speech and an awful speech is often determined within the first few moments after a speaker takes the stage.

    The 10 Worst Ways to Start a Speech

    The 10 Worst Ways to Start a Speech

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Resource planning can be painful. This article identifies all of the information you'll need to gather before starting, and then walks you through using that to build out a resource allocation file.

    How to Do Resource Allocation in Excel

    How to Do Resource Allocation in Excel

    by Max Dalton0

  • The situational leadership theory stresses that different situations demand different kinds of leadership. How does the situational leadership theory work? How does a leader adapt to situations?

    What Is the Situational Leadership Theory?

    What Is the Situational Leadership Theory?

    by Melinda Longoria, MSM3

  • Forecasting is one of the important aspects of administration. The comer-stone of successful marketing planning is the measurement and forecasting of market demand. A sales forecast is an estimation of sales volume that a company can expect to attain within the plan period.

    Types of Sales Forecasting

    Types of Sales Forecasting

    by santhov2

  • Successful completion of a project requires managing much more than scope, time, and money. We must also address quality, risk, communications, and other factors. This article focuses on practical success and introduces the nine areas of project management as defined by the Project Management Institute.

    The Nine Areas of Project Management, and Why They Matter

    The Nine Areas of Project Management, and Why They Matter

    by Sid Kemp9

  • If you are having a hard time dealing with a critical boss or co-worker, these tips on how to deal with criticism at work might help.

    How to Cope with a Critical Boss

    How to Cope with a Critical Boss

    by Sally Hayes1

  • The current state of the economy has increased the number of people out of work and looking for work a hundredfold. Human resource professionals have a much more diverse group to select from.

    Human Resources Management Selection Tools

    Human Resources Management Selection Tools

    by Cameron Corniuk3

  • If you have a business out there and you aren't doing most or all of these, you still have a lot of opportunity in front of you to increase sales and profits. Even the photos speak 1000 words about these businesses!

    16 Ways to Amaze and Impress Your Retail Customers

    16 Ways to Amaze and Impress Your Retail Customers

    by RetailRich0

  • Learn how to maintain your cool and handle disagreements at work with poise and professionalism. How you handle conflict says a lot about you so make sure you're putting your best foot forward.

    How to Handle Disagreements at Work

    How to Handle Disagreements at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Procrastination is a tough habit to break. Learn to become more time efficient by following these tips. Keep yourself organized by utilizing this time management checklist.

    Time Management Tips for Anyone

    Time Management Tips for Anyone

    by Joan Dragonfly0

  • Your language can lose its power when you use hedges, upspeak, disclaimers, and other credibility killers. These verbal bad habits undermine your authority and the competence of your message.

    How to Speak with Confidence and Authority

    How to Speak with Confidence and Authority

    by FlourishAnyway90

  • It’s been said that the importance of a job is inversely proportional to the number of adjectives in its title.

    Pretentious Job Titles

    Pretentious Job Titles

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Gathering requirements from project stakeholders often feels like pulling teeth. This article walks you through methods for capturing all of the requirements so you can start your project right.

    How to Get Project Requirements From Stakeholders

    How to Get Project Requirements From Stakeholders

    by Max Dalton0

  • Recently, the behaviors of follower-subordinates began to be recognized as important to organizations as leaders and managers. This hub presents three models of effective followership.

    3 Top Models of Courageous Followership

    3 Top Models of Courageous Followership

    by ecoggins2

  • I had no idea what I was walking into when I first became a supervisor. This article contains a list of 10 things that all new supervisors need to know.

    10 Things I Wish I Had Known as a New Boss

    10 Things I Wish I Had Known as a New Boss

    by David Livermore0

  • I have managed projects for over 25 years and there are a few golden rules I have learned from these projects that are standard on any type of project. I share them here.

    10 Golden Rules of Project Management

    10 Golden Rules of Project Management

    by Kerdon10

  • Daily Scrum meetings are one of the best features of the Agile Scrum method of web development but at only 15 minutes a day how can you be certain you are using the time effectively?

    5 Ways to Improve Daily Scrum Meetings

    5 Ways to Improve Daily Scrum Meetings

    by Lauren8

  • This article discusses four of the key questions you should ask yourself before bringing a claim to the Employment Tribunal. Its goal is to help you decide if bringing a claim is right for you.

    Before Starting a Claim for Unfair Dismissal

    Before Starting a Claim for Unfair Dismissal

    by Kate2

  • Communication is a very important tool when it comes to customer service and this involves a lot of other skills and characteristics that a customer service advisor needs to focus on and adhere to.

    Communicate effectively with customers - Part 1

    Communicate effectively with customers - Part 1

    by livingsta4

  • For any sales manager and small business owner, sales forecasting is one of the most difficult, but critical skills to master. Discover methods of sales forecasting here.

    Methods of Sales Forecasting

    Methods of Sales Forecasting

    by Heidi Thorne2

  • Continental Airlines was an airline that was about to fly into oblivion. The company was broke and its people demoralized. Learn how excellent leadership changed the fortunes of this airline.

    Continental Airlines: Business Turnaround Legend

    Continental Airlines: Business Turnaround Legend

    by John M2

  • What are good communication skills? What is the best single communication skill you can learn? How do you learn it?

    Great Communication Skills

    Great Communication Skills

    by DreamerMeg19

  • Women worldwide are saying, “me too.” We, as a civilization, have reached a tipping point. This makes me wonder: where is the “line” when it comes to sexual harassment?

    Sexual Harassment: Where Is "The Line?"

    Sexual Harassment: Where Is "The Line?"

    by Carolyn Fields0

  • The project charter is the driving part of every project. This article outlines the key elements that should be included in every project charter.

    What to Include in a Project Charter

    What to Include in a Project Charter

    by Max Dalton0

  • An organization has positions that are required to be filled. The company must establish a pay scale so it can pay the employees based on job descriptions and duties. It could be a tricky situation when deciding the right pay compensation.

    Internal and External Equity Comparison

    Internal and External Equity Comparison

    by Kaman Teine0

  • Most business memos are informational, and chances are if you are writing one, you will be writing an instructional memo. Here are some pointers for writing this kind of memo.

    Format for an Instructional Memo

    Format for an Instructional Memo

    by Rhonda Malomet0

  • Delegation plays an important role in the performance of duties in the workplace. Wise managers recognize the value with entrusting subordinates with delegated responsibilities.

    How to Delegate Tasks to Subordinates

    How to Delegate Tasks to Subordinates

    by Christine McDade0

  • In places of work, learning, healing and creating, cultural competence is key to people from various cultures to learn, work, plan and develop together. This is a simple guide to cultural competence.

    A Simple Guide to Cultural Competence

    A Simple Guide to Cultural Competence

    by Mohan Kumar2

  • Six Sigma Quality Management is often touted as a solution for operations management and cost problems. But, if your company is not ready, Six Sigma can make things worse. Learn why, and how to determine whether your company is ready for Six Sigma.

    Will Six Sigma Help Operations Management in Your Company?

    Will Six Sigma Help Operations Management in Your Company?

    by Sid Kemp15

  • The first few seconds of a phone call influence client satisfaction more than anything that follows. It sets the tone. Proper phone etiquette is important for success of a business. The proper way to answer, being prepared to take notes, and showing professionalism, is necessary.

    How to Handle Telephone Calls in a Businesslike Manner

    How to Handle Telephone Calls in a Businesslike Manner

    by Glenn Stok20

  • Any new manager or leader needs to learn how to delegate work if they hope to accomplish anything or motivate workers. Doing it right is critical. Here is what they need to know.

    How to Delegate

    How to Delegate

    by Christine Mulberry15

  • This article walks through these basics, exploring everything from defining activities, estimating activity durations, sequencing activities, and finally, building a simple network diagram.

    How to Create a Schedule Network Diagram

    How to Create a Schedule Network Diagram

    by Max Dalton0

  • The value of contingency planning and a plan B mentality becomes more apparent whenever there is a crisis that could have been prevented.

    Always Have a Plan B

    Always Have a Plan B

    by Stephen Bush7

  • Leader vs Manager starts with a simple self-assessment that helps you determine whether you are predominantly a leader or a manager. Further, it defines leadership versus management and compares and contrasts traits, characteristics and qualities of leaders and managers. It also provides resources and perspectives on leadership and management.

    Leader vs Manager: Traits, Qualities and Characteristics

    Leader vs Manager: Traits, Qualities and Characteristics

    by Bhavesh Naik17

  • When I first started my own business, I made several mistakes due to overlooking the consequences. Each one was a costly lesson. I'll review what they are, so that you can recognize similar pitfalls ahead of time and avoid failure.

    How to Avoid Pitfalls of Entrepreneurship in a Small Business

    How to Avoid Pitfalls of Entrepreneurship in a Small Business

    by Glenn Stok24

  • Navigating the requirements of workplace etiquette can be tricky enough, but handling an office crush is another topic altogether. Here's how and why you should deal with this common office dilemma.

    Bossy Britches: So Your Secretary is Cute, Now What?

    Bossy Britches: So Your Secretary is Cute, Now What?

    by Justin Best0

  • By observing the characteristics of successful people, we can follow their lead to help us achieve our own goals and dreams. Each step we take in adopting any of these characteristics is a step of success, because each step we take draws us closer to where we want to be!

    10 Characteristics of Successful People

    10 Characteristics of Successful People

    by Geri McClymont2

  • Clarifying a communication is an important aspect of customer services. When talking to customers, different questioning techniques need to be used to make sure of what customers are telling you.

    Communicate Effectively With Customers - Part 2

    Communicate Effectively With Customers - Part 2

    by livingsta0

  • Have you got good written communication skills and great attention to detail? A career as a Bid Manager may be the ideal role for you!

    How to Become a Bid Manager

    How to Become a Bid Manager

    by Stephanie Elford0

  • Want your meetings to be more productive and more efficient? Incorporate these five essential elements of an agenda. They will create a road map to success while increasing participant engagement.

    Five Elements of an Effective Agenda

    Five Elements of an Effective Agenda

    by Kathy Stutzman2

  • Right livelihood is earning a living in an ethical way. The goal is not just prosperity, but personal fulfillment and the benefit of all humanity. It is based on traditional Buddhist teaching.

    Right Livelihood: The Quest for Ethical Work

    Right Livelihood: The Quest for Ethical Work

    by Catherine Giordano17

  • Does your organization seem to take much longer than it should to get things done? You balloon up your organization and it doesn't seem to get any better. What's the problem, and how do we solve it?

    The Magic of Agile Swarming

    The Magic of Agile Swarming

    by Mike Shoemake0

  • For single employees, the biggest pool of potential dating partners could be at work. What do you need to know when your crush is in the next cubicle? Is an office romance worth the risks involved?

    Can You Find Love and Romance in the Workplace?

    Can You Find Love and Romance in the Workplace?

    by FlourishAnyway104

  • My experience and work during the course of my Level 3 diploma in Customer Service. Anyone pursuing this course, has to have experience in an organisation dealing with internal / external customers

    NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Customer Service: An Outline

    NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Customer Service: An Outline

    by livingsta5

  • Successful meetings start with careful planning. Here are some tips and suggestions to help you lead effective and enjoyable meetings in the workplace.

    How to Hold Effective Meetings at Work

    How to Hold Effective Meetings at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • PERT, the Project Evaluation and Review Technique, is a way of knowing if your project is on time and on budget. If it is running behind or over budget, you'll know how much extra time or money it will take to deliver. Here's how to do it!

    How to Use the PERT Chart for Project Management

    How to Use the PERT Chart for Project Management

    by Sid Kemp8

  • Learn the reasons why you may be the Office Jerk and not even know it. Recognize common jerk behaviors and resolve to change your interpersonal nastiness at work.

    How to Identify the Office Jerk

    How to Identify the Office Jerk

    by FlourishAnyway32

  • Burnout isn't just about working too much. Feeling unfulfilled at work and resentment play a major role in burning out. Here's how to deal with your feelings of resentment at work.

    How to Deal With Job Resentment the Right Way

    How to Deal With Job Resentment the Right Way

    by KV Lo10

  • This article shows you how to compute process capability using Minitab 18. You can read along or follow tasks with a provided Minitab file data. A short analysis of the data is conducted.

    How to Calculate Process Capability in Minitab 18

    How to Calculate Process Capability in Minitab 18

    by Joshua Crowder0

  • The old advice about never burning a bridge ain't always so. Do not engage in relationship pyrotechnics lightly or too often. But sometimes it's necessary to blow up toxic relationships and be done.

    How to End a Toxic Relationship

    How to End a Toxic Relationship

    by FlourishAnyway103

  • You need to be equipped with a very broad set of skills in order to be a successful project manager. This article walks through that skill set if you're considering a career in project management.

    What Are the Required Skills for a Project Manager?

    What Are the Required Skills for a Project Manager?

    by Max Dalton0

  • If you are the one responsible for programming your company's automated phone system, this guide will help you set it up properly to handle your callers in an efficient manner. A good configuration, that takes into account the needs of your customers, is most important.

    How to Automate a Phone Answering System

    How to Automate a Phone Answering System

    by Glenn Stok0

  • Few people would argue with the fact that that workers who enjoy job satisfaction are likely to be the most productive, and for many it is the ultimate goal - to do something they like and to get paid for it.

    The Top Ten Questions About Job Satisfaction

    The Top Ten Questions About Job Satisfaction

    by bigmikeh5

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