50 workable solutions for alleviating stress and related disorders. This quick and easy volume features 50 solutions you can use to alleviate the effects of stress and related disorders. 50 Ways to Prevent and Manage Stress includes information on the health toll of stress, work and home adjustments that can help reduce stress, body work, diet and herbal relief, exercise, counseling, and creative outlets.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Essentials of management" has contents: Human Resource and talent management, teams, groups, and teamwork, information technology and e commerce, essentials of control, managing ineffective performers, enhancing personal productivity and managing stress.
I think all of us have to work under a lot more pressure nowadays that at anytime in history.
Expectations are higher than ever before and the need to do ”more” with ”less” is a given. Our family
lives are also frantic. Add all of this together and it can caused us to be stressed and more anxious.
In this textbook, you’ll be given information, techniques and strategies to manage your stress levels. We
may not be able to control the events that happen to us but we can certainly manage the meaning and the
impact that they have upon us....
I think all of us have to work under a lot more pressure nowadays that at anytime in history. Expectations are higher than ever before and the need to do ”more” with ”less” is a given. Our family lives are also frantic. Add all of this together and it can caused us to be stressed and more anxious. In this textbook, you’ll be given information, techniques and strategies to manage your stress levels. We may not be able to control the events that happen to us but we can certainly manage the meaning and the impact that they have upon...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Comprehensive stress management" has contents: Stress psychophysiology, life situation interventions - intrapersonal, perception interventions, meditation, intervention, stress and illness/disease...and other contents.
In today's world, yesterday's methods just don't work. In Getting Things Done, veteran coach and management consultant David Allen shares the breakthrough methods for stress-free performance that he has introduced to tens of thousands of people across the country. Allen's premise is simple: our productivity is directly proportional to our ability to relax. Only when our minds are clear and our thoughts are organized can we achieve effective productivity and unleash our creative potential.
In spite of some early success with agile methodologies, a number of factors are preventing their widespread
adoption. Agile methodology advocates often find it difficult to obtain management support for implementing
what seem like dramatic changes in application development. These methodologies require developers,
managers and users alike to change the way they work and think. For example, the XP practices of pair
programming, test-first design, continuous integration, and an on-site customer can seem like daunting
changes to implement.
It is argued that knowledge is displacing natural
resources, capital, and labour as the basic economic
resource in the ‘new economy’ (Drucker, 1995).
Commentators on contemporary themes of strategic
management stress that a firm’s competitive
advantage flows from its unique knowledge and
how it manages knowledge (Barney, 1991; Boisot,
1998; Spender, 1996; Nonaka and Teece, 2001).
Working with friends is always a pleasure, but commenting on an outstanding product of
friends is a greater pleasure. I have known Professors Aman Khan and W. Bartley Hildreth
for many years. I now even occupy the same position at LSU that Professor Hildreth previously
occupied. Over those years, I worked with them on several projects and found a
great deal of joy in contributing with them to an improving literature of public budgeting
and financial management.
Today’s Information Technology (IT) manager is under ever-increasing pressure to deliver results – in the form
of applications that drive improvements to the bottom line – even while IT budgets are being significantly
slashed. Meanwhile, despite the fall of the Internet economy business environments continue to change at a
rapid pace leaving many IT shops struggling to keep up with the pace of change. These changes have led to
an increased interest in agile software development methodologies with their promise of rapid delivery and
flexibility while maintaining...
To be effective, risk management needs to be an ongoing and meaningful element in the management of the
plan. The plan needs to do more than a ‘tick and flick’ exercise at the commencement of the project; it needs
to identify who is responsible for reviewing risks on a regular basis, and how this will be done.
Let’s focus on the dinner for 200 people with live entertainment and a silent
auction. It is a simple project but it demonstrates how project management
software works and what one can do with it. This example looks only at the
time spent to get the dinner ready and not printing and other costs, which are
Before one uses Project Management software, one starts with a work
breakdown structure. This is a hierarchy of tasks with roots branching like a
tree. It captures all work to be delivered. Defining a work...
Assessing the Patient's Readiness to Change An attempt to initiate lifestyle changes when the patient is not ready usually leads to frustration and may hamper future weight-loss efforts. Assessment includes patient motivation and support, stressful life events, psychiatric status, time availability and constraints, and appropriateness of goals and expectations. Readiness can be viewed as the balance of two opposing forces: (1) motivation, or the patient's desire to change; and (2) resistance, or the patient's resistance to change.
A project has discrete steps budgeted into time, and it is in finite steps that
project management can go awry. Someone who has never run the kind of
project being detailed is likely to assign steps and values that are unrealistic.
Therefore, project management is best done by someone who has completed
a similar project before and knows the steps that go into it.
Like many management principles, project management isn’t new. Henry
Laurence Gantt, a mechanical engineer and disciple of scientific management
first published the Gantt chart in 1910.
This guidance is not legally-binding. It represents a synthesis of the information and experience
available to the Commission. It is intended as a summary of the current state of the art with
respect to best practice on integrated environmental management. The guidance is not intended to
be a rigid set of rules to be followed in all circumstances. The mere fact that there is so much
diversity between cities across the EU means that no one solution is applicable nor appropriate
for all situations.
During times of budget challenges and uncertainty, supervisors might be experiencing an increase in the number of difficult conversations with their staff. These could include delivering bad news about an employee’s job, informing staff about work restructuring, or discussing other complicated and stressful work situations.