Those of us who have a background in quality management philosophies are familiar with what is known as the Plan, Do, Check, Act Cycle (also known by other names). We know how a simple 4-step process can help you to achieve greater success.
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A mission statement is the bedrock of your company. Everything your company will be is founded upon this statement. Ideally, creating a mission statement should be among the first things you do when establishing a business, but it can also be very useful if you have decided to take your existing company in a new direction. It is best to break down this process into
Before you attempt to start your own business read these 4 strategies to help you properly prepare yourself.
Much of Michael Dell’s early success for Dell Computers stemmed from his vision that focused on knowing what his customers needed. The most successful organizations are those lead by customer-orientated leaders. Far too many people in leadership positions falsely believe they know what their customers, and potential future customers, need. Often one relies on prior experience that may provide a knowledge base that is no longer current, thus making
Civilian business and organizational leaders are looking for the best talent they can find, but they are also looking for those they hire to have an even better attitude. This is typically easier said than done; however, there are numerous strategies employers use to ensure they are attracting the best and brightest prospects to join their team. Getting the Right Benefits Package In addition to
For the employee who is seeking a promotion, the best thing he or she can do is be prepared with reasons why the promotion is warranted and how the organization will benefit from the change. The employee should ask their supervisor for a time to speak privately for 30 minutes to discuss a promotion request. At the meeting, the employee should be prepared to
Many young supervisors in the workplace do not know what it takes to get promoted. It’s not their fault; they are learning how to CLIMB up the corporate ladder. I coach those on the fast-track to help them learn better how to GLIDE up the corporate ladder. I also do training with organizational executives on how to establish a means to identify intrepreneurs and how to groom those ‘fast-trackers’ for succession planning. Here is 1