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A new management study probes manager and employee relationships and finds disturbing disconnects between their perceptions. [Read More]
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The tweet caused a frenzy in the legal world, as it appeared to introduce a serious added dimension of legal exposure for the president. Lucky... [Read More]
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Employees and management often have a "respect disconnect." Data shows 72% of employees consider respectful treatment of employees as "very important" to job satisfaction, but... [Read More]
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Increasing numbers of large companies are using robotics to improve operational efficiency. What are the management implications? [Read More]
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A new survey shows that only 36% of professionals like company holiday parties. Some tips to help avoid problems and make your event successful. [Read More]
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What I found most insightful about the survey were employee attitudes towards the benefits of an "agile" career. 48% of agile workers feel such work... [Read More]
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Sexual harassment has moved out of the shadows and into the limelight, as it should. Here are three practical steps companies can take to prevent... [Read More]
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With more freelancers and contractors, and fewer on-site employees, the character of today's workforce is rapidly changing. What are the implications for people-management? Here are... [Read More]
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A reader's letter about her troubles with management touched on universal themes. An employee-manager relationship is just that -- a relationship -- and when any... [Read More]
It's easy to think of risk as a niche issue residing in some distant specialized area. It's not. With budgets, employees, data and operations, it's... [Read More]
How often we forget the simple truth that successful management has nothing to do with individual brilliance but everything to do with accomplishing work through... [Read More]
It's easy to settle for mediocre performance. But in a results-driven world it's not the job management was hired to do. [Read More]
Management without high standards is hardly management at all. [Read More]
A bad boss can make a good job unbearable. Here are five positive ways to help you improve your situation and manage your own management. [Read More]
A research study examined sources of job conflict among nurses in hospitals in Iran. One interesting takeaway? These sources of conflict are pretty much the... [Read More]
We all want leaders who inspire, leaders we look up to. At what point do President Trump's issues of credibility, racial divisiveness and bullying become... [Read More]
Assessments of employees are often based more on vague impressions and emotional opinions than on measurable data. This isn't productive for employees, who are being... [Read More]
When President Trump answered a question on North Korea with threats of "fire and fury," he quickly turned a situation into a confrontation. Being a... [Read More]
Al Gore's new movie on the dangers of climate change, "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power," has just opened. It's a safe bet that President... [Read More]
Data shows it's common for employees to feel their best efforts are "routinely ignored." Lack of recognition is a chronic management problem - even though... [Read More]
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