Tag Archives: performance

Beware The Busy Manager

  Only about 10 percent of managers work purposefully to complete important tasks, according to a 10-year study of managerial behavior across a variety of industries. The other 90 percent self-sabotage by busily engaging in non-purposeful activities, procrastinating, detaching from their work and needlessly spinning their wheels. In a revealing study over a 10-year period, […]

Get Your Performance Appraisal Discussions Off To A Good Start (Part 1)

  Too often, participants in performance appraisal meetings seem awkward and uncomfortable. To some extent, that’s unavoidable — it’s always a bit awkward for one person to deliver a formal assessment of the quality of work performed by another. But following some simple suggestions can eliminate a lot of the awkwardness in performance appraisal meetings. […]

Replacing administration with capital management

  Enterprises today do not manage capital. Capital is placed under administrative functions or responsibility counters. Enterprises can gain by properly managing capital and utilization of capital for benefit.   Enterprises have a large sums invested in the capital that is utilized in performance, to achieve objectives. Most enterprises don’t even know the extent of […]