Executive Business Advisers

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Project Plans Are A Must Have

    Many project sponsors and executives want to get started immediately on a project and not take the time to establish the foundation for success. This paper will focus on the value of the Project Plan, the best time to begin its development, a practical explanation of the elements included, as...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Avoid Wrongful Discharge Lawsuits

    Firing an employee is always unpleasant, but it does not have to result in a lawsuit. Pay attention to these leadership tips, and you can safeguard yourself and your company when you must terminate an employee. Review your company handbook, personnel policy manual, or any other written guidelines including memos...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Collect The Best Scorecard Data

    The fundamental premise for measuring an organization or project is to collect data directly related to the objectives of the company. To help organizations focus on the desired measurements, a distinction is made between two general categories: hard data and soft data. The following provides a description and general list...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Sell Executives On Project Management

    Selling executive management on the need for project management in an organization is one of the most important steps in the implementation of organizational project management practices. The ASP (Assess, Solve, Produce) PM Executive Selling Model is a new process model, never seen before. This method to gain executive buy-in...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Develop A Strategy Scorecard

    Leading organizations have found the performance scorecards that map to their business strategy. Leading organizations have broken away from the traditional measurement techniques and software, and have built their performance scorecards based on the organizations strategy. These companies have been successful because they have realized that the cause and effect...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become The Best Project Manager

    To be an average project manager, working on average projects, being passed over for promotion, and getting an average performance review? It needs to understand something right now. Being a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), proficient in the PM knowledge areas and having successful projects under your belt, is not...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Build An Effective PMO Strategy

    There are almost as many varieties of Project Management Offices (PMOs) as there are companies. The common thread for all successful PMO's is the PMO Strategy, which will define your needs, goals, and tactics for implementing a successful PMO in your organization. A Project Management Office (PMO) is not built...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    35 Critical Skills Of Successful Project Directors

    Large scale project and program management entails serious responsibility, trust and accountability. A Project Director role will add tremendous value to your organization by managing the three interface points of any project; Sponsors, Vendors, and Project Teams. Their role has evolved from that of managing multiple projects, to implementing business...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Develop Loyal Customers

    Do you pat yourself on the back because you have so many satisfied customers? Well, having satisfied customers may not be good enough. In today's tough economic times true success will be measured by the number of "Loyal" customers you have. You develop loyal customers by continually asking your satisfied...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    6 Critical Change Management Steps

    Change management is not a process that is mastered easily.IT employees should be physically located in the same are as the business users. The IT employee will learn as much about the business as the business users themselves. Business users should be involved in the project from the first discussions...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Conduct An Effective Meeting

    Everyone participates in meetings or is the host of a meeting. Many are productive and others are a complete waste of time. The meeting should have a specific purpose that you should communicate before you start. List what you want to discuss and who will lead those discussions. Put topics...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    6 Critical Conflict Management Tips

    Conflict occurs daily within project teams and your department. If not handled correctly and immediately, this conflict will start impacting your team's performance. Ask those who disagree to paraphrase one another's comments. This may help them learn if they really understand one another. Work out a compromise. Agree on the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Persuade Others

    Too often when we try to convince someone of something, we just throw a bunch of facts at them. This doesn't work, because people are not computers. You can't load them up with facts and expect them to draw the same conclusions you have. Try to connect with people emotionally,...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Customer Relationship Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Building a strong relationship with your customer will last a lifetime and will be your 1 success factor in your career. Make mentoring available...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Perfect Your Delegation Skills

    Having trouble perfecting the art and science of delegation? This can be one of the most important skills a leader can develop. Give the job to one individual and do not try to divide it up, take it back, change it, or re-delegate it without a good reason. Give your...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    23 Core Manager Characteristics You Need Today

    To be a great manager, adopt the good characteristics and avoid the bad. This paper provides you with a best of the best list of great manager characteristics. Their devotion and business ethics make each task seem as important as if they and the customer were sitting right there with...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Customer Service Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Your attitude, attention, and commitment to resolving customer complaints will have a huge impact on customer satisfaction and the likelihood that they will buy...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Communication Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Always tell your customer why they should buy/use your offering. Use plain English (no technical terminology) and describe the benefits. Listen naively instead of...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Improve Productivity

    There are many ways to improve productivity. Match the person to the task. Think about the personalities of the people you are managing when you assign tasks. People will perform most effectively when their tasks are suited to their personalities.oin staff during breaks. Don't lose your cool when employees take...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Delegate More Effectively

    If you delegate work to a subordinate and that person fails to complete the task, both manager and employee look bad. Use a formal tracking system to keep track of assignments, due dates, and instructions. Many managers are turning to computerized programs to track projects. Do periodic "Sample checks." Take...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Questioning Skills You Must Have

    Do one want to be known as "The Expert" or "The Guru"? Do one want to advance the career and income? If the answer is yes to both of these questions then one needs to become a "Top Performer" in his profession. Whether one is now a Manager, Executive, Consultant,...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Better Manage Conflict

    Conflict is inevitable. No matter where one works, sooner or later one is going to find himself in a disagreement with someone. All have heard of disputes that erupt into expensive and divisive lawsuits. A simple personality conflict between two members of a team can cripple productivity and in the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Selling Skills You Must Have

    Bigger revenue comes from bigger offerings. Offer super sizes, volume discounts, extended contracts, offering bundles, etc. Try small "Early Buy" incentives to increase volume, but keep them small with a time limit. Ones want to attract customers quickly without diluting the offering pricing structure. Stand strong on the value the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Build A Great Company Culture

    Being better, faster, and cheaper is no longer good enough to give one an advantage over the competitors. The one thing that can give one's company that elusive, sustainable competitive advantage is the corporate culture. Start building a positive corporate culture today. The competitors can duplicate everything one does. The...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Are You The Customers First Call?

    How would one like to run a software sales organization that didn't need marketing? Customers call you 24 hours a day nonstop, more business than one can handle and no need for a marketing budget. This can happen when one is the customer's first call or what the author call...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Sales Management Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Define both long term and short term measurable goals. Concentrate your efforts on the short term goals. This can be measurable goals either weekly...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    3 Top Interviewer Skills You Must Have

    Interviewing candidates is a skill best practiced. The author provides most important interviewing tactics that one should add to the interview process. Silence can be the most important tool when conducting job interviews. Maintain eye contact and keep an interested expression on your face. This encourages job seekers to fill...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    20 Success Tips For New Managers

    Whether one has just been promoted to manager or is joining a new department, one needs to be able to adapt smoothly to the new position. The author suggests proven tips and strategies to make it through the transition successfully. Meet with your new boss as early as possible to...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    10 Manager Skills That Need Improvement

    Want to be a better manager? The author suggests management practices and skills that one can start improving today. Make clear cut decisions when needed. Get to the heart of problems instead of dealing with less important issues. Follow up on important issues and actions. Level with individuals and say...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Adding Value SKills You Must Have

    Proving tangible benefits help customers make the right decisions. It is best to have one focused benefit that describes "what one stand for". Put this benefit on all the correspondence, business cards, memos, letters, and everything else one can think of. Always explain how and why one can achieve the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Improve Customer Satisfaction

    Keeping your customer satisfied is key to one's success and it doesn't matter if one is selling products or services to external or internal customers. Make sure there is a thorough understanding of what the customers really want. Use that information to follow up with actions and solutions. People want...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Build A High Performance Team

    Teams represent a very powerful mechanism for getting significant results in organizations today. Much has been learned about the development and implementation of teams over the past few years. A new class of teams is evolving that have the potential of replacing traditional hierarchical organization structures with a flat, self...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Transform Yourself Into A Leader

    Think of all the challenges you face on a daily basis: Motivating teams who are harder to mold and direct than those in the past. Introducing new services more swiftly to keep up with competitors. Managing change in all its variations from new company regulations, methods, policies, etc. Successfully completing...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    15 Critical Leadership Traits Needed Today !

    In today's tough business climate, managers and executives are becoming obsolete and are being replaced by leaders. The new manager/executive must be an expeditor and leader rather than an order giver and manager of people. In this paper, author has documented the skills and abilities that are valued in leaders...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    10 Manager And Leader Comparisons

    Today's manager is being replaced by someone with strong leadership skills. To keep your current management position or advance your career, you need to understand the differences between the two and which areas you will need to work on. The paper covers a list of ten comparisons to see where...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    6 Reasons Why You Need A Business Coach Today

    Successfully building a profitable business, year after year, has been compared to balancing an egg on your head, while standing barefoot on sharp knives. It's not easy to do and a wrong decision can be a disaster. Regardless of whether a business is privately held, family run or managed by...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    7 Key Business Survival Tips

    Surviving in a down business cycle and emerging as a smarter, leaner market leader requires an organization to cut costs wisely, while keeping strategic business units strong and retaining the best performing (valuable) employees. Past experience shows that this simple strategy is very difficult to achieve when your organization faces...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Prepare Your Business For A Disaster

    "Primal fear" is the technical term used by experts to describe how people react to the threat or actual terrorist disaster. Everyone reacts differently to these events. Just the announcement of a possible threat can cause low morale, lack of concentration and loss of productivity. With this said, your company...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Measure A Consultants Value

    Do you measure the performance of consulting service projects? The reality is, most organizations do not. Whether you are a consultant or managing a consulting services project, the author have identified six key value measurement areas that will quantify success and help you make adjustments to problem areas. The six...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Improve Team Morale

    Morale is vital to your team and organization. During weak economic times, poor morale can be the catalyst for disaster. This paper provides a list of proven techniques to improve team morale within your organization. (1) Have a team lunch. (2) Designate one bulletin board or cubical wall as a...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Project Plans Are A Must Have

    Many project sponsors and executives want to get started immediately on a project and not take the time to establish the foundation for success. This paper will focus on the value of the Project Plan, the best time to begin its development, a practical explanation of the elements included, as...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Avoid Wrongful Discharge Lawsuits

    Firing an employee is always unpleasant, but it does not have to result in a lawsuit. Pay attention to these leadership tips, and you can safeguard yourself and your company when you must terminate an employee. Review your company handbook, personnel policy manual, or any other written guidelines including memos...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Collect The Best Scorecard Data

    The fundamental premise for measuring an organization or project is to collect data directly related to the objectives of the company. To help organizations focus on the desired measurements, a distinction is made between two general categories: hard data and soft data. The following provides a description and general list...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Sell Executives On Project Management

    Selling executive management on the need for project management in an organization is one of the most important steps in the implementation of organizational project management practices. The ASP (Assess, Solve, Produce) PM Executive Selling Model is a new process model, never seen before. This method to gain executive buy-in...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Develop A Strategy Scorecard

    Leading organizations have found the performance scorecards that map to their business strategy. Leading organizations have broken away from the traditional measurement techniques and software, and have built their performance scorecards based on the organizations strategy. These companies have been successful because they have realized that the cause and effect...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become The Best Project Manager

    To be an average project manager, working on average projects, being passed over for promotion, and getting an average performance review? It needs to understand something right now. Being a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), proficient in the PM knowledge areas and having successful projects under your belt, is not...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Build An Effective PMO Strategy

    There are almost as many varieties of Project Management Offices (PMOs) as there are companies. The common thread for all successful PMO's is the PMO Strategy, which will define your needs, goals, and tactics for implementing a successful PMO in your organization. A Project Management Office (PMO) is not built...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    35 Critical Skills Of Successful Project Directors

    Large scale project and program management entails serious responsibility, trust and accountability. A Project Director role will add tremendous value to your organization by managing the three interface points of any project; Sponsors, Vendors, and Project Teams. Their role has evolved from that of managing multiple projects, to implementing business...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Develop Loyal Customers

    Do you pat yourself on the back because you have so many satisfied customers? Well, having satisfied customers may not be good enough. In today's tough economic times true success will be measured by the number of "Loyal" customers you have. You develop loyal customers by continually asking your satisfied...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    6 Critical Change Management Steps

    Change management is not a process that is mastered easily.IT employees should be physically located in the same are as the business users. The IT employee will learn as much about the business as the business users themselves. Business users should be involved in the project from the first discussions...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Conduct An Effective Meeting

    Everyone participates in meetings or is the host of a meeting. Many are productive and others are a complete waste of time. The meeting should have a specific purpose that you should communicate before you start. List what you want to discuss and who will lead those discussions. Put topics...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    6 Critical Conflict Management Tips

    Conflict occurs daily within project teams and your department. If not handled correctly and immediately, this conflict will start impacting your team's performance. Ask those who disagree to paraphrase one another's comments. This may help them learn if they really understand one another. Work out a compromise. Agree on the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Persuade Others

    Too often when we try to convince someone of something, we just throw a bunch of facts at them. This doesn't work, because people are not computers. You can't load them up with facts and expect them to draw the same conclusions you have. Try to connect with people emotionally,...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Customer Relationship Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Building a strong relationship with your customer will last a lifetime and will be your 1 success factor in your career. Make mentoring available...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Perfect Your Delegation Skills

    Having trouble perfecting the art and science of delegation? This can be one of the most important skills a leader can develop. Give the job to one individual and do not try to divide it up, take it back, change it, or re-delegate it without a good reason. Give your...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    23 Core Manager Characteristics You Need Today

    To be a great manager, adopt the good characteristics and avoid the bad. This paper provides you with a best of the best list of great manager characteristics. Their devotion and business ethics make each task seem as important as if they and the customer were sitting right there with...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Customer Service Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Your attitude, attention, and commitment to resolving customer complaints will have a huge impact on customer satisfaction and the likelihood that they will buy...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Communication Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Always tell your customer why they should buy/use your offering. Use plain English (no technical terminology) and describe the benefits. Listen naively instead of...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Improve Productivity

    There are many ways to improve productivity. Match the person to the task. Think about the personalities of the people you are managing when you assign tasks. People will perform most effectively when their tasks are suited to their personalities.oin staff during breaks. Don't lose your cool when employees take...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Delegate More Effectively

    If you delegate work to a subordinate and that person fails to complete the task, both manager and employee look bad. Use a formal tracking system to keep track of assignments, due dates, and instructions. Many managers are turning to computerized programs to track projects. Do periodic "Sample checks." Take...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Questioning Skills You Must Have

    Do one want to be known as "The Expert" or "The Guru"? Do one want to advance the career and income? If the answer is yes to both of these questions then one needs to become a "Top Performer" in his profession. Whether one is now a Manager, Executive, Consultant,...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Better Manage Conflict

    Conflict is inevitable. No matter where one works, sooner or later one is going to find himself in a disagreement with someone. All have heard of disputes that erupt into expensive and divisive lawsuits. A simple personality conflict between two members of a team can cripple productivity and in the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Selling Skills You Must Have

    Bigger revenue comes from bigger offerings. Offer super sizes, volume discounts, extended contracts, offering bundles, etc. Try small "Early Buy" incentives to increase volume, but keep them small with a time limit. Ones want to attract customers quickly without diluting the offering pricing structure. Stand strong on the value the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Build A Great Company Culture

    Being better, faster, and cheaper is no longer good enough to give one an advantage over the competitors. The one thing that can give one's company that elusive, sustainable competitive advantage is the corporate culture. Start building a positive corporate culture today. The competitors can duplicate everything one does. The...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Are You The Customers First Call?

    How would one like to run a software sales organization that didn't need marketing? Customers call you 24 hours a day nonstop, more business than one can handle and no need for a marketing budget. This can happen when one is the customer's first call or what the author call...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Sales Management Skills You Must Have

    Top performers are successful by being honest, respecting a client's intelligence and focusing all their energies on how to make a difference in a client's life. Define both long term and short term measurable goals. Concentrate your efforts on the short term goals. This can be measurable goals either weekly...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    3 Top Interviewer Skills You Must Have

    Interviewing candidates is a skill best practiced. The author provides most important interviewing tactics that one should add to the interview process. Silence can be the most important tool when conducting job interviews. Maintain eye contact and keep an interested expression on your face. This encourages job seekers to fill...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    20 Success Tips For New Managers

    Whether one has just been promoted to manager or is joining a new department, one needs to be able to adapt smoothly to the new position. The author suggests proven tips and strategies to make it through the transition successfully. Meet with your new boss as early as possible to...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    10 Manager Skills That Need Improvement

    Want to be a better manager? The author suggests management practices and skills that one can start improving today. Make clear cut decisions when needed. Get to the heart of problems instead of dealing with less important issues. Follow up on important issues and actions. Level with individuals and say...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Adding Value SKills You Must Have

    Proving tangible benefits help customers make the right decisions. It is best to have one focused benefit that describes "what one stand for". Put this benefit on all the correspondence, business cards, memos, letters, and everything else one can think of. Always explain how and why one can achieve the...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Improve Customer Satisfaction

    Keeping your customer satisfied is key to one's success and it doesn't matter if one is selling products or services to external or internal customers. Make sure there is a thorough understanding of what the customers really want. Use that information to follow up with actions and solutions. People want...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Build A High Performance Team

    Teams represent a very powerful mechanism for getting significant results in organizations today. Much has been learned about the development and implementation of teams over the past few years. A new class of teams is evolving that have the potential of replacing traditional hierarchical organization structures with a flat, self...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Transform Yourself Into A Leader

    Think of all the challenges you face on a daily basis: Motivating teams who are harder to mold and direct than those in the past. Introducing new services more swiftly to keep up with competitors. Managing change in all its variations from new company regulations, methods, policies, etc. Successfully completing...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    15 Critical Leadership Traits Needed Today !

    In today's tough business climate, managers and executives are becoming obsolete and are being replaced by leaders. The new manager/executive must be an expeditor and leader rather than an order giver and manager of people. In this paper, author has documented the skills and abilities that are valued in leaders...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    10 Manager And Leader Comparisons

    Today's manager is being replaced by someone with strong leadership skills. To keep your current management position or advance your career, you need to understand the differences between the two and which areas you will need to work on. The paper covers a list of ten comparisons to see where...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    6 Reasons Why You Need A Business Coach Today

    Successfully building a profitable business, year after year, has been compared to balancing an egg on your head, while standing barefoot on sharp knives. It's not easy to do and a wrong decision can be a disaster. Regardless of whether a business is privately held, family run or managed by...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    7 Key Business Survival Tips

    Surviving in a down business cycle and emerging as a smarter, leaner market leader requires an organization to cut costs wisely, while keeping strategic business units strong and retaining the best performing (valuable) employees. Past experience shows that this simple strategy is very difficult to achieve when your organization faces...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Prepare Your Business For A Disaster

    "Primal fear" is the technical term used by experts to describe how people react to the threat or actual terrorist disaster. Everyone reacts differently to these events. Just the announcement of a possible threat can cause low morale, lack of concentration and loss of productivity. With this said, your company...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Measure A Consultants Value

    Do you measure the performance of consulting service projects? The reality is, most organizations do not. Whether you are a consultant or managing a consulting services project, the author have identified six key value measurement areas that will quantify success and help you make adjustments to problem areas. The six...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Improve Team Morale

    Morale is vital to your team and organization. During weak economic times, poor morale can be the catalyst for disaster. This paper provides a list of proven techniques to improve team morale within your organization. (1) Have a team lunch. (2) Designate one bulletin board or cubical wall as a...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers