Workplace management

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  • How to Motivate Every Employee is a small but powerful book written to help managers like you utilize in your career the actions and motivational success strategies of world-class business icons, such as Disney, SAS Institute, Virgin Management Limited, Levi Strauss, Starbucks, Four Seasons Hotels, Capitol One, and more. In addition, there are creative, timely, and immediately applicable tips, tools, techniques, and suggestions—all presented in bite-size chunks— guaranteed to keep you and your employees from falling victim to mediocrity and complacency.......

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  • Few will deny that the increasingly omnipresent nature of the World Wide Web in the workplace is dramatically revolutionizing the manner in which we work. The advantages of the World Wide Web are the ability to gather, communicate, distribute, share, and store information publicly in real time (Davis & Naumann, 1999). The reach and range of the World Wide Web is phenomenal (Evans & Wurster, 2000) and employees have increasingly been given access to it in the workplace.

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  • Productive Workplaces, 25th Anniversary Edition, traces the origins of and validates “getting the whole system in the room,” a principle that has influenced large scale projects ever since the 1987 edition. The book was voted one of the five most influential books in the field by theOrganization Development Network in 2004. It provides a model, guidelines, and successful methods for improving organizations under conditions of nonstop change.

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  • Stop doing busy work. Start doing your best work. Are you over-extended, over-distracted, and overwhelmed? Do you work at a breakneck pace all day, only to find that you haven’t accomplished the most important things on your agenda when you leave the office?. The world has changed and the way we work has to change, too. With wisdom from 20 leading creative minds, Manage Your Day-to-Day will give you a toolkit for tackling the new challenges of a 24/7, always-on workplace.

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  • Supervisors, managers and their co-workers seemed to be attending an awful lot of training courses, but this didn’t seem to have the impact on ‘onthe- job’ performance that it needed to have. In fact many managers were disillusioned with much of the training and development activity going on. At the time, most training programmes suffered from a lack of measurable, clearly specified outcomes and measured results. Most training programmes were evaluated on the ‘Did you enjoy it?’ measure, or people sat for a threehour theory exam.

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  • 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.

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  • Some disagreement at work is a good thing. However, while conflicts about work issues may be healthy, conflicts about personality and work styles are not.

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  • When hiring sales leaders, many organizations make the mistake of looking simply at ability when assessing an employee for a management job.It is incredible how often high producing individuals get promoted into management jobs that require a totally different mindset to be successful.

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  • It focuses on the complexity of HIV risk dynamics, as well as the challenges of implementing effective HIV/AIDS intervention programmes, and highlights achievements despite resource constraints. Through qualitative research techniques, the study reflects not only the views and opinions of management, but also the experiences of ordinary employees as participants in HIV/AIDS interventions.

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  • In 1998, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) began work on developing a standard that would have required all workplaces to establish a safety and health program, which uses management tools that address general behaviors and procedures to reduce the risk of occupational injuries and illnesses.

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  • What are the challenges of working in the new economy? What are organizations like in the new workplace? Who are managers and what do they do? What is the management process? How do you learn the essential managerial skills and competencies?

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  • What is organizing as a management function? What are the traditional organization structures? What are the newer types of organization structures? How are organizational designs changing the workplace?

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  • After studying this chapter, you should be able to: Differentiate between different types of workplace groups and explain how informal groups develop; use a systems approach to describe the factors that influence how groups operate; discuss how group inputs, including group composition, member roles and group size, affect synergy in teamwork;...

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  • Someone said that work would be great, if it weren’t for the people. Who hasn’t felt that way at one time or another? Yet, workplace success is based on more than how much you know. It is equally about relationships with people. If you are an extrovert you are probably stimulated by the interpersonal interactions that build these relationships. However, in our outgoing, Type-A business culture, if you are an introvert who is more quiet in temperament, you may feel excluded, overlooked, or misunderstood. Your reticence might be mistaken for reluctance, arrogance, or even lack...

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  • “Why me?”, “It is hard to stay focused”, “I am overloaded with work”, “I even have no time to breath!” or “My work is boring and degrading”… These are the phrases we usually hear around the workplace or even from ourselves. They are accompanied by headaches, insomnia…The sign of depression –“stress” in modern life, appears when work and life tense us up and make us tired. For the positions that are constantly put under pressure such as the manager, securities brokerage ...

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  • “This work by Jeffrey and Laurie Ford is compelling. While there is much literature on the content of effective management—the concepts, models, vocabulary, and acronyms—there is almost nothing on the conversational competence essential to being an effective manager, leader, or executive.

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  • To the greatest motivator there ever was, Mr. Rodney Mercado, child prodigy, genius in 10 fields, and professor of music and violin at the University of Arizona. To Chuck Coonradt, who, unlike other consultants, not only talks about how to motivate others, but has a proven system, the Game of Work, that delivers stunning results and fun to the workplace in the same breath.

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  • MANAGEMENT I. THEORETICAL QUESTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Present the four basic functions of management? Present the three kinds of managers? Present the basic management skills? Present decision making in the business operation What is SWOT analysis? Why is it necessary for a planning process? Explain the hierarchy of human needs by Maslow? Explain the theory X, Y Present centralisation and decentralisation in an organization What are some communication barriers in the workplace? Identify the main characteristics of the leadership II.

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  • At the same time, high tech professionals often perceive work as a “serious game” (Strannegård & Friberg, 2001), and not drudgery: they involve in playful behaviors at work (Hunter, Jemielniak, & Postuła, 2010). Software engineers often participate in non-paid, open collaboration production (Lakhani & Von Hippel, 2003). Modes of collaboration established in virtual and high-tech communities are similarly transforming workplace relations in the brick-and-mortar organizations (Benkler, 2006).

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