Management

Find articles related to business and management presentations. Learn how to apply management methodologies and use management models to make better slides to present your companies’ objectives and goals.

How to Overcome the Peter Principle
How to Overcome the Peter Principle

The Peter Principle is an interesting but also terrifying concept, learn more about how you can defy it and excel at the potential new work opportunities you might have.

How to Use the PMBOK Guide in Practical Project Management
How to Use the PMBOK Guide in Practical Project Management

The PMBok guide is the playbook for project management, and will provide a clear path of how to move forward in any project. Learn more in this article about it´s process in this post.

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace, the New Rule
Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace, the New Rule

In this article, we analyze the changes that all industries are going through in relation to diversity and inclusion and the positive consequences that come with it.

Overview of 10 Proven Change Management Models
Overview of 10 Proven Change Management Models

In this article, you will learn about the most popular and pre-proven models to manage change within any organization. Learn the basics and then the ppt templates that will help you through the process with your team.

The 10 Key Differences Between Leadership vs Management
The 10 Key Differences Between Leadership vs Management

Many managers assume that they are providing leadership to their subordinates, however that might not be true. There is a distinct difference between leadership and management. Let’s find out what are those differences.

A Guide to Organizational Change Management for Leaders
A Guide to Organizational Change Management for Leaders

Nearly 7 in 10 business leaders have experienced at least one corporate crisis in the past 5 years…

Servant Leadership: Key Principles for Managers
Servant Leadership: Key Principles for Managers

Over the years, many different leadership theories tried to explain how someone wields power and rallies the people around them. In this article, we’ll review another type of leaders whose influence is gained via “software means”: the servant leader.

How to Use the Eisenhower Decision Matrix to Prioritize Tasks
How to Use the Eisenhower Decision Matrix to Prioritize Tasks

Prioritizing tasks and allocating the required time for each task requires timely decision making that is free of analysis paralysis and procrastination. Both the aforementioned are often a result of the inability of individuals to prioritize tasks based on their urgency and importance. However, such prioritization is easier than most people think, especially if you use the Eisenhower Decision Matrix.

Team Management and How to Lead by Example
Team Management and How to Lead by Example

Leadership is often deemed as a divine gift by many. Some people are thought to be cut out for it while others are considered to be deprived of capabilities needed to lead a team. In this article, we’ll explore ways a leader can lead by example.

New Hire Onboarding: A Guide for Managers
New Hire Onboarding: A Guide for Managers

Creating a welcoming experience for new employees is essential to make them more productive and engaged, but how do you create the right experience? What exactly should happen after contract signing? If you are pressed with these questions, this quick guide to employee onboarding provides the answers you need.

An Executive’s Guide to OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) Framework
An Executive’s Guide to OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) Framework

Setting ambitious goals is easy, but reaching them is 10X harder. When that goal is divided across multiple people, the track to success can get even longer. So how do you keep your teams aligned on the same goal and ensure that their everyday work positively contributes towards a larger end-goal? You can try the OKR framework.

Using the SCARF Model for Workplace Efficiency
Using the SCARF Model for Workplace Efficiency

The modern workplace is like a social minefield. People can nowadays feel offended by things which would have been hard to consider offensive a few years back. Partly, this is because of increased awareness regarding social issues, however, many times people also tend to trivialize issues to appear as victims. Furthermore, employee motivation is also […]