Tuesday, July 17, 2018

7 results for 'management'

Why You Should Allow Employees to use Their Personal Phones

By Joe Fort, published on Feb 18, 2014

...the job done. This freedom to go about their work on their own terms is also incredibly empowering.

BYOD Programs are Easy to Manage

Contrary to a what you might initially think, managing and monitoring a BYOD program is actually pretty slick. You can take part in enterprise mobility management systems that allow your IT department to set up security functions and monitor employee use to protect the safety of the programs and sensitive files they will be accessing, either remotely or in-house.

There are many pros and cons to allowing employees to use their personal phones,... (more)

Tags: communication, business, management, tech, mobile device

15 Great Business Magazines and Repositories You Can Browse

By Karthik Selvaraj, published on Dec 10, 2013

Harvard Business Review

HBR is a general management magazine from Harvard Business School. Articles cover a wide range of topics that are relevant to different industries, management functions, and geographic locations. They focus on such areas as leadership, organizational change, negotiation, strategy, operations, marketing, finance, and managing people.

HBS Working Knowledge

HBS Working Knowledge is a forum for innovation in business practice, offering readers a first look at cutting-edge thinking from HBS faculty, and the opportunity to both influence... (more)

Tags: business, websites, research, management, articles, journals, magazines, insights, hbr

3 Words You Should Use To Gain Insight During An Interview

By Karthik Selvaraj, published on Dec 10, 2013

I love articles on career advice and interviews. A few years ago, it was both a shock and a revelation to me when I learned that an interview is not just the recruiter firing away questions at a candidate, instead it is a constructive dialog between the two parties. An interview is a short process. As much as a company wants to size their candidate up quickly, the candidate also needs to learn about the company.

To help gain insights about each other, three simple words you can use during the interview are: "Tell Me More."

Or some variant of it. Here are my thoughts.

... (more)

Tags: communication, business, jobs, interview, management

Tips To Get Beyond Small Talk

By Karthik Selvaraj, published on Dec 10, 2013

Isn’t life mostly about social interactions?

We meet new people everyday, sometimes every hour. And it becomes vital that we have the ability to communicate with these new people. While most of us are comfortable meeting others from shared backgrounds and cultures, we do not have that luxury in the real world. The folks we get to interact with have diverse walks of life, which is exactly what makes life fun.

To make such interactions fun and easy, I would like to share some techniques that I picked up a few years ago and found hugely beneficial:

- Small talk after... (more)

Tags: communication, business, professional, career, management, networking, small talk

Letter To My Boss

By Uttam Gill, published on Aug 8, 2013

...information in my hand, I refuse to judge you but Yes, to be very precise in my saying that I wish to share with my boss all the grey areas which he perhaps could not envisaged as one. Tiring circumstances and mocking accusations couldn’t take away the sheen from the real Gladiator of the management and you are that Gladiator to me but in your armor I saw the chink. While dreaming or implementing your dreams ,you left many corners unsecured.

I saw a very perceptible drift; initially I took it as aberration but with passage of time to my pain it turned into an indigestible sight... (more)

Tags: communication, truth, letter, management, vision, boss, competence

The IT Handbook for Business by William C. Couie

By Wrp68, published on Oct 22, 2010

The IT Handbook for Business: Managing Information Technology Support CostsWilliam C. CouieCreateSpace (September 17, 2010)978-1453766569178 pagesLearn how to spot IT scams and unfair billing practices, how to interview an IT firm, what a service invoice or quote should look like, and much more in The IT Handbook for Business by William C. Couie. The IT Handbook is presented in seventeen detailed chapters. Certain chapters in the book will stand out to different business owners and managers depending on their personal situations. I will look at six chapters that stood out for me. Interviewing... (more)

Tags: information technology, computer, business secrets and success, business advice, business management, management, william c couie

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