Where are you on the management scale of newbie to expert hacker?

Ask Atma

Three Levels of Management. As a starting place we can look at three general levels or grades of management. Beginner’s Management [Newbie or Management 1.0]. Fundamentals of managing an organization : (Forecast & Plan) – Examining the future and drawing up a plan of action. Fundamentals of being a manager : They ask “what needs to be done?”. Informed Management [Experienced User or Management 2.0]. Skills management.

CRM 40

Are remote workers out of sight, out of mind?

Chartered Management Institute

The technology to enable people to work from wherever they want is well established. My rational mind thinks that both employees and managers would be all over this. Except of course that most managers are still stuck in the dark ages. It's an age where presenteeism is what matters, an age where an employees productivity is judged not by what actual work they produce but how much face time they have in front of you.

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Possibility Maximizer: Maxim Health Systems' Flu and Wellness Podcast

Sales Wolf Blog

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System 144

Look Who's Distracted Now

Harvard Business Review

When acclaimed hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones revealed his opinion that women become much less effective as stock traders or investors once they have children, he was, in a sense, suggesting that the distraction of motherhood—a distinctly feminine condition—exceeds that of other attention-siphoning activities. The oxymoronic concept of being physically present but mentally absent on the job has been dubbed "presenteeism." Managing yourself Personal effectiveness