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4 Steps to Managing Your Time and Work

Time is one of our most valuable resources, and, as we all know, it’s limited. Like most of us, you’re probably familiar with that uneasy, panicky feeling of not having enough time to do everything that needs to get done in your workday—even if you work overtime.

5 Components for Successful Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge is gained through context, skill-building, collaboration, application, focus, engagement, and commitment—and easily lost through turnover, a crisis, or other disruption.

4 Steps to Planning a Successful Negotiation

From the experts at AMA, here are four steps, plus proven strategies and helpful tips, to planning a successful negotiation that adds value for both parties.

6 Success Factors for Process Improvement Projects

Ultimately, every company in business wants to do whatever their business does faster, cheaper, and better. One way to support that universal goal is by improving a company’s processes—the ongoing, repetitive sequence of tasks used to get results—with a project.

New Manager Challenges

Becoming a new manager is exciting but not without its challenges. Consider these common new manager challenges and how to prepare for them.

New Manager Mistakes: Avoid These Don’ts

When starting your journey as a new manager, avoid these common new manager mistakes.

New Manager’s 30-60-90 Day Plan for Success

Set yourself up for success as a new manager with a thoughtful and actionable 90 day plan. Learn what looks like plus examples to get started.

A 3-Step Process for Successful Strategy Execution

Crafting a winning strategy is only the first step toward achieving your goals for making your department or the whole organization better. You have to formulate a game plan for getting what you want to accomplish done.

The 3 Components of Leadership for Team Development and Success

To work as a team, every member of the group must be committed to a common purpose—and share in both helping to achieve that purpose and accepting responsibility for the outcome. And that requires leadership.

Managing and Leading: 6 Key Distinctions

Whether you’re a senior executive or a division supervisor, leading and managing are both important job functions. Success requires both leadership ability and management ability.