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  • Life - a Quest!  By : mike praado
    The article is about thinking of applying what you have learned. We learn a lot in our life but we fail to apply it. This article will give you an aspiration on why applying is equally important.
  • The Challenges of Leadership in a Global Marketplace  By : Susan West
    Leadership in the global marketplace presents unique challenges. This article discusses some of those challenges and suggests ways for you to overcome them.
  • Do You Want Fries With That Management Style?  By : Tim-Knox
    The environment of any workplace is highly dependant on the type of manager and his/her management style. This article describes some of these management approaches.
  • Tips on Leading A Team  By : Susan West
    Power and influence in a team: learn the basics of working within a team and how to lead a permanent and temporary teams.
  • Building Trust is Key to Business Success  By : Susan West
    Building trust in your business relationships is critical to your success. This article discusses the different ways that building trust can benefit jump start your leadership development and enhance your career.
  • Learn To Focus On Whatís Important and Farm Out The Rest  By : Tim-Knox
    Outsourcing your mundane tasks to focus only on the essential tasks is the best way to organize your business. The results are great not just for you but also for your business.
  • The Legal Form Your Business Should Take  By : Makabongwe Maseko
    When starting a business you should do a deep research and understanding on the legal forms I just supplied to you. These can be a make or break for the success and future of your business.
  • Matrix Organizations, What Are They?  By : Jim Owens PMP
    Until the 1970's, typical, large organizations tended to function in "silos", where isolated groups of workers reported to a line manager. This was inefficient, with lots of duplication of skills around the organization. But their major weakness was
  • Social Distancing is the Key to Minimising Bird Flu Infection in Your Business.  By : Nigel Thomas
    Social Distancing is a new term we are hearing more and more as businesses start to gear up their plans for a Bird Flu pandemic. Learn what it means and what you can do to minimise the chance of bringing infection into your workplace.
  • Interpersonal Skills - The Keys to Management and Leadership  By : Susan West
    It takes more than business knowledge to succeed as a manager or leader - it also takes excellent interpersonal skills. This article discusses the importance interpersonal skills in your leadership development and offers examples of how they can be
  • Never Say It Canít Be Done  By : Tim-Knox
    In business one must never say or assume that something can't be done. With a little help from ingenuity and creativity any problem can be easily solved.
  • Write The Business Plan And Get Investors  By : DMF
    One morning you might wake up and like a ton of bricks a great idea for creating and starting your online business comes to mind, and you hadn't a doubt in your mind that you could turn it into a huge success.
  • A Quick Guide to Business Management  By : Bryan Ashbaugh
    Have you ever wondered why some businesses are successful when others die shortly after seeing the light? It's not only about finding the right product to sale or the right service to offer. In business management sometimes what do you do is less important than how you do it. In competitive times like this, excellence wins the game. Every time a new business is created it has to struggle with its equals in order to take (and maintain) a small share of its relevant market.
  • Are Your Salespeople Properly Focused?  By : John Asher
    Top salespeople spend their time focused on a few qualified top opportunities. Focus is key, as numerous studies have shown that it takes an average of twelve contacts to make a sale in typical business-to-business sales.
  • Understanding CMMI Levels  By : Mukul Gupta
    CMMI has 5 different levels i.e. from Level 1 to Level 5. I have tried to explain these levels in plain English so that you can understand and appreciate the whole process improvement initiative that we have taken up.
  • How Do You Keep Your Best Employees From Flying The Coup?  By : Tim-Knox
    There is not lack of jobs for good talent today and the best way to keep your best employees around is to provide them with incentives to stay on. The end result is ofcourse the continued growth of your business.
  • Getting Low Cost Business Financing  By : misty
    Whether you are just starting your business, or are looking to expand an existing business, getting low-cost business financing can mean the difference between success and failure in your business endeavor.
  • The Process For Becoming An Entrepreneur  By : Tim-Knox
    Many people want to start a new business but know little about what they are in for. This article can be a great resource for such people.
  • Is Business Ownership In Your Future?  By : Tim-Knox
    Anyone who wishes to start a business must first do a lot of self assessment and planning otherwise the business venture may flounder easily.
  • Staying Competitive with Outsourcing  By : Dirk Blurd
    Many of todayís business entrepreneurs, especially in the IT industry want to remain competitive in the fast growing information technology outsourcing industry. They want to have more clients by keeping the orders of their softwares on time and will eventually lead to the growth of their company.
  • Corporate Entertainment  By : Alan Murray
    Letís take corporate team building retreats. Corporate entertainment events make tremendous rewards for employeesí effort and commitment. Original corporate entertainment events such as outdoor activities take people out of their everyday routines; new scenarios inspire new ideas. One of the forms of corporate entertainment where shaping relationships is practically the aim is team building events. In general, corporate entertainment is about people.
  • Entrepreneurs, Learn This Lesson: Donít Sweat The Small Stuff  By : Tim-Knox
    Many entrepreneurs crumble under the weight of pressure everyday business. Here are some great tips to tackle such pressures and focus on your business growth.
  • 9 out of 10 Small Business Owners Have No Inkling About Small Business Insurance!  By : Edward M. Brancheau
    Over 90% don't know what kinds of small business insurance they need and how much they need. Are you one of the 10% that don't have a clue? You need to read this article to find out!
  • Affordable Outsourcing for Small Business  By : IC
    The first step towards successful small business accounting is finding the right accountant. Small business accounting is all about being practical.
  • Put Your Accounting Under Accountant's Control  By : IC
    Accounting is the backbone of the business financial world, it involves organizing, maintaining, recording, and analyzing financial activities.
  • Like Books, Entrepreneurs Are Always Judged By Their Covers  By : Tim-Knox
    Entrepreneurship requires not just hard work and knowledge of business but also a number of other things that are many times not considered too important. Grooming yourself to look good is just one of these things that entrepreneurs need to focus on.
  • Safety Management Techniques: Providing Protection for Employees in the Workplace  By : Dan Snyder
    By providing OSHA safety training and by educating themselves, employers can do much to ensure that their workers are well-protected.
  • Payroll New York, Unique Aspects of New York Payroll Law and Practice  By : Charles Read
    New York payroll has some unique aspects and conditions. Some of the details and laws are set out in this article including information concerning: tax withholding and reporting; unemployment insurance taxes and reporting; wage and hour laws; and child support withholding.
  • What Would You Do With A Second Chance?  By : Tim-Knox
    You could avoid the mistakes you previously made and build on the successes you previously enjoyed. You could nurture the positive relationships and avoid the bad. You could tap into your wealth of experience during times of indecision and always know where and when your time and money would be best spent.
  • Payroll New Mexico, Unique Aspects of New Mexico Payroll Law and Practice  By : Charles Read
    New Mexico payroll has some unique aspects and conditions. Some of the details and laws are set out in this article including information concerning: tax withholding and reporting; unemployment insurance taxes and reporting; wage and hour laws; and child support withholding.

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