Management

What is Six Sigma and Why it’s Important to Quality Management?
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What is Six Sigma and Why it’s Important to Quality Management?

Six Sigma, in the simple terms; can be explained as the measure of quality that strives for near perfection. It is regarded as a data driven approach which follows a disciplined methodology for eliminating various kinds of defects. This is also considered as a meaningful and responsible approach to underline the procedures of manufacturing to transactional values and that of [...]

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Investing in Commercial Real Estate? Position Yourself for These 5 Trends
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Investing in Commercial Real Estate? Position Yourself for These 5 Trends

After years of mediocrity, the U.S. commercial real estate market finally looks like its old self. The outlook for 2017 and beyond is, in a word, strong. But investors who think they can simply throw a dart at a map of the United States (or their hometowns, for that matter) and hit profit are sorely mistaken. The most successful investors [...]

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Building a Better Business with Knowledge
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Building a Better Business with Knowledge

In order to make the most out of your business, I would suggest that you take every opportunity you are given to improve upon certain thing. Your business isn’t going to run itself, and investments aren’t going to pop up out of thin air – you have to make an effort to expand your empire. If you don’t, you’ll just [...]

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Tips on How to Protect Your Company from Health Care Fraud Claims
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Tips on How to Protect Your Company from Health Care Fraud Claims

Owning and operating a medical clinic can be extremely exhausting, with lots of room for error. One of the biggest risks that clinicians face on a daily basis is healthcare fraud and abuse. This type of fraud can be linked to mistakes or negligence, but most often ends in disaster. Luckily, there are ways to prevent these errors from occurring [...]

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What’s the dress code for working in a law firm?
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What’s the dress code for working in a law firm?

Ever since a receptionist at PwC’s London offices was sent home because she wasn’t wearing heels, there’s been much discussion over the formal dress code in corporate and professional services jobs. The loudest voices have called for a ‘loosening up’, and the adoption of a more casual approach, while others are happy to see things stay exactly as they are. [...]

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Shocks, Burns, Fires and Explosions: Making Electrical Safety a Top Priority in Your Workplace
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Shocks, Burns, Fires and Explosions: Making Electrical Safety a Top Priority in Your Workplace

Electrical safety has to be considered a top priority in the modern workplace and good practices need to be the cornerstone of your health and safety procedures when you consider the potential dangers. There are numerous threats posed by the presence of electricity in an industrial environment such as the risk of electric shock and the potential for burns, which [...]

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4 Tips for Your Call Center Employees
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4 Tips for Your Call Center Employees

Working in a call center can be a thankless job, but it’s still one that you should strive to do right. Your employees should be focused on providing a high-quality, high-value service to everyone who phones in, and they should have focused training to prepare them for the task. If you’re an owner or manager ready to take your call [...]

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Take Board Work Wherever You Go
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Take Board Work Wherever You Go

Sitting on the board of a not-for-profit organization is an important career step, but as you take on more responsibilities in your dynamic work life, you start to find that you need to maximize every second of the day. Since board work typically only makes up a small part of your everyday obligations, sometimes it can get shuffled to the [...]

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How management make the key decisions for any business
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How management make the key decisions for any business

Managers are often the highest-paid employees of a business because they carry an enormous degree of responsibility. Some decisions in a business,such as which markets to target or whether branches should be opened or closed, can only be made from the informed perspective of management, while requiring the skill levels that can only be acquired through many years working in [...]

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What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur
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What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur

How many times have you heard people talk about how they wish they could run their own business? It’s part of the American dream, so it’s not surprising that so many people wish they could become entrepreneurs. Wanting to become an entrepreneur, however, isn’t the same as having what it takes to build a successful business. These five traits are [...]

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