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Management Lessons - Page: 6
6 Tips for Managing Millennials (Whether You Find Them to be Entitled or Not)
Millennials have a reputation of being entitled and difficult to manage, but companies can be doing more to bridge the generation gap. Here's some advice.
You're the Boss: When Entrepreneurs Shouldn't Ask for Advice
Knowing whose opinion to listen to and whose to ignore is part of the art of decision making and the mark of a good leader.
Why Your Business Goals Might Need a Reality Check
Too many entrepreneurs are overly optimistic about how well their business ideas will fare. Here's how to approach your business with a more realistic outlook.
Management Lessons From a Public Company Gone Private
Making the transition from working for a large publicly traded company to being a small independent business is challenging. Here are key factors to keep in mind.
10 Questions to Ask Yourself When Measuring Your Management Strengths
Managers often have no problem evaluating their employees' strengths and weaknesses, but taking stock of their own skills is just as important. Here are the 10 key questions to ask yourself when evaluating how well you manage people.
Why You're Getting Bad Advice and Paying Too Much For It
Too often, entrepreneurs hire the wrong advisors and don't realize until it's too late. Here are four ways to stop yourself from making this mistake.
Act Now, Assess Later: One Company's Real-Time Transformation
Translation goliath LanguageLine Solutions needed to make a quick transition into on-demand video interpretation or risk losing market share to its sprightly competitors.