Business Performance

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How Effective Is Your Training System?

    In todays rapidly changing social and business environment, training and developing employees is a key lever in moving organizations forward. However, many organizations have failed to capitalise on the benefits of learning. This is not from want of investing in training courses, as the training business is a multi-billion dollar...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Myth Of The Silver Bullet - And How To Improve The Effectiveness Of Training

    Organisations invest considerable sums of money in training employees. Much of that expenditure is wasted through ineffective planning and weak linkages between the training conducted and the workplace. The PRACTICE model outlined in this paper gives practical guidance for organisations and practitioners in leveraging the efficacy of training for improved...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Cutting The Training Budget: How To Save Money In Lean Times

    Whether you have already optimized your training function in the past or you realize that you have a long way to go, this paper explains ten practical steps that you can take to weather any financial storm. Replace some of the high cost training sessions with materials and aids placed...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Preparing For A Career Change

    The time has come for a career change. You wish to switch careers and it's the only thing on your mind these days. Bored, fired, low pay or high ambition, there are any number of reasons for a career change. First things first! Don't fret. A career change is not...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Five Myths About Change: How To Make Change Work For You

    Nowadays' global business environment is changing constantly. Yet too often companies develop their processes and procedures as if change will never affect them. Managers and employees work in habitual patterns and will resist change unless they buy into it. Rapidly changing technology and information transmission speed has shortened the business...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips For Leading Change: Reduce Sabotage - Increase Profits While Moving Through Transitions

    The momentum of change continues to build. If you or the organization you work with is not prepared for ongoing change then you risk the possibility of being overwhelmed and left for dead by the Superhighway of life! This dramatic metaphor is reported constantly by the predictors of business and...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Change Mismanagement Created An Industry

    Organizations do not change naturally as their business changes. The business changes while the organization remains static, building pressure for organization change. Eventually, there is reorganization upheaval that produces a new static organization, and another cycle of the change problem. Over the past decade, many new business methods became popular,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Twelve Key Steps To Managing Change During The Acquisition Process

    The whole acquisition process is a management of change process. As a manager, you are already familiar with the fact that all businesses are continually changing to maintain and improve their competitive position and profit performance. Your role as a manager includes the responsibility to initiate change and ensure that...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips For Leading Change: Reduce Sabotage-Increase Profits While Moving Through Transitions

    The momentum of change continues to build. If you or the organization you work with is not prepared for ongoing change then you risk the possibility of being overwhelmed and left for dead by the Superhighway of life! This dramatic metaphor is reported constantly by the predictors of business and...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Handbooks - Three Reasons Every Business Should Have One

    If you have a small business it's no different for your employees; when they come to work having a manual or handbook helps them understand expectations and be a better employee. Provides a source of information about company policies and procedures which is good for both managers and employees. This...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Leadership Role Playing

    Frequently, leadership is a role that we discover we need to assume when we agree to do some other task or job. We may need to lead a group, team, department, or even a whole organization. We may lead a family, club, association or a whole community. Our leadership role...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Five Myths About Change: How To Make Change Work For You

    Nowadays' global business environment is changing constantly. Yet too often companies develop their processes and procedures as if change will never affect them. Managers and employees work in habitual patterns and will resist change unless they buy into it. Rapidly changing technology and information transmission speed has shortened the business...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips For Leading Change: Reduce Sabotage - Increase Profits While Moving Through Transitions

    The momentum of change continues to build. If you or the organization you work with is not prepared for ongoing change then you risk the possibility of being overwhelmed and left for dead by the Superhighway of life! This dramatic metaphor is reported constantly by the predictors of business and...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Change Mismanagement Created An Industry

    Organizations do not change naturally as their business changes. The business changes while the organization remains static, building pressure for organization change. Eventually, there is reorganization upheaval that produces a new static organization, and another cycle of the change problem. Over the past decade, many new business methods became popular,...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Twelve Key Steps To Managing Change During The Acquisition Process

    The whole acquisition process is a management of change process. As a manager, you are already familiar with the fact that all businesses are continually changing to maintain and improve their competitive position and profit performance. Your role as a manager includes the responsibility to initiate change and ensure that...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips For Leading Change: Reduce Sabotage-Increase Profits While Moving Through Transitions

    The momentum of change continues to build. If you or the organization you work with is not prepared for ongoing change then you risk the possibility of being overwhelmed and left for dead by the Superhighway of life! This dramatic metaphor is reported constantly by the predictors of business and...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Handbooks - Three Reasons Every Business Should Have One

    If you have a small business it's no different for your employees; when they come to work having a manual or handbook helps them understand expectations and be a better employee. Provides a source of information about company policies and procedures which is good for both managers and employees. This...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Leadership Role Playing

    Frequently, leadership is a role that we discover we need to assume when we agree to do some other task or job. We may need to lead a group, team, department, or even a whole organization. We may lead a family, club, association or a whole community. Our leadership role...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How Effective Is Your Training System?

    In todays rapidly changing social and business environment, training and developing employees is a key lever in moving organizations forward. However, many organizations have failed to capitalise on the benefits of learning. This is not from want of investing in training courses, as the training business is a multi-billion dollar...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Myth Of The Silver Bullet - And How To Improve The Effectiveness Of Training

    Organisations invest considerable sums of money in training employees. Much of that expenditure is wasted through ineffective planning and weak linkages between the training conducted and the workplace. The PRACTICE model outlined in this paper gives practical guidance for organisations and practitioners in leveraging the efficacy of training for improved...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Cutting The Training Budget: How To Save Money In Lean Times

    Whether you have already optimized your training function in the past or you realize that you have a long way to go, this paper explains ten practical steps that you can take to weather any financial storm. Replace some of the high cost training sessions with materials and aids placed...

    Provided By Business Performance

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Preparing For A Career Change

    The time has come for a career change. You wish to switch careers and it's the only thing on your mind these days. Bored, fired, low pay or high ambition, there are any number of reasons for a career change. First things first! Don't fret. A career change is not...

    Provided By Business Performance