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How to Build Value into your Business

Other than financial . . . . . value creation is the essence of business.  Value is what attracts and keeps customers, attracts and maintains relationships with investors and suppliers who are critical to the businesses long term success. 225 more words

7 Leadership Mistakes to Avoid in 2016—a Forbes article review

Just as most of us do at the beginning of the New Year company leaders, take a look back at the year just completed and forward to the happenings of the New Year.  1,259 more words

Business Management

Resolving complaints well is vital to protect your reputation.

Handling complaints well and resolving conflict situations caused by equipment failure, broken promises, inaccurate information or poor communication or service is vital in business.  Resolve a complaint in the customers favour and they will do business with you again 70% of the time.  344 more words

Showing Appreciation is the Greatest Motivator

Workplaces always have their dynamics. Someone will seem exceptional when working with one team but has problems when working with another. The synergy of the team and organization is vital for a healthy business operation. 579 more words

Human Resources Peer Reviewed Article Poorly Written - What a Shame!

Dear cohorts,

I would like to respectfully write some words about the article that was assigned to us this week: 

 Owais Shafique (2012) ‘Recruitment in the 21st Century’.  392 more words

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Stay Calm and Carry On -- The Business End of Software: How to handle malicious rumors

Veteran’s Day is approaching and, with it, the finale of conference and workshop season for people in my business.  Lately I have been engaged with the less than scrupulous members of my discipline who engage in character assassination and rumor.  890 more words

Project Management

Being Genuine - Lady Gaga Style

It’s hard to distinguish what is real or photoshop in today’s society. Beauty and success is defined by a relentless industry that exploit celebrities, and leave creativity unrewarded. 360 more words

Business Management