Friday, January 26, 2007

Carnival of Management Tips

Welcome to the January 26, 2007 edition of carnival of management tips.

Murad Ali presents Companies that are Diverse Earn More Profits posted at The New Business World.

Krishna De presents Google alerts - probably the best free research tool in the world posted at Krishna De, saying, "Discover 10 tips to using Google Alerts to grow your business"

David Maister presents Non-Financial Currencies posted at Passion, People and Principles, saying, "When you want to give a raise but you haven't got the budget, here's 15 other ways to reward and motivate people."

Charles H. Green presents Fear and Loathing at the Office posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Does your management style inspire fear and loathing?"

Christopher J. Brunner presents Relating to NBC’s “The Office” posted at The Small Business Buzz,

David presents The 7 Traits of Highly Effective Teams posted at Worldwide Success, saying, "As individuals, we can achieve many commendable goals. However, significant, large accomplishments that have a major impact in a company, a community, or the entire world, can only be achieved with a group of people.

Dragos Roua presents GTD for people living in transition countries posted at eDragonu - choice of a personal path.

Debra Moorhead presents 9 Business Etiquette Faux Pas and How to Avoid Them posted at Debra

Erek Ostrowski presents Personality vs. Purpose posted at Verve Coaching.

Craig Harper presents 35 tips for creating and maintaining a successful startup posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, "At some stage, every successful business was simply an idea floating around in someone's head.

Will Chen presents "Paying Yourself First" Explained in Plain English posted at Wisebread, saying, "A powerful money management technique that will lead you to financial freedom."

Paul Gonzalez presents How to Stop Being Mediocre | The One Year Exit Plan posted at The One Year Exit Plan, saying, "If you want to stop being mediocre, you have to continue to act on the thing you're avoiding the most."

Kevin Henney presents When Business Blogging Goes Wrong posted at Quartz Mountain Weblog, saying, "Business blogging can be a great way to improve communication, but it can have a downside when used incorrectly.

Charles H. Green presents Leading Lawyers posted at Trust Matters, saying, "How can someone who bills 3,300 hours legitimately be described as managing, much less leading, a 550-lawyer firm"

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