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Management

  • Hiring
    How to Hire a Quality ProgrammerPreview tests for geeks
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    Hiring a programmer is hard work. You need to know they've got the right passion, experience and skills to do the job. In this tutorial, we show you how to find quality programmers, and how to check they've got the right coding skills for your needs—using tools like Tests for Geeks.Read More…
  • Risk Analysis
    The Main Types of Business RiskRisk types
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    Businesses face all kinds of risks, some of which can cause serious loss of profits or even bankruptcy. But while all large companies have extensive "risk management" departments, smaller businesses tend not to look at the issue in such a systematic way. So in this four-part series of tutorials, you’ll learn the basics of risk management and how you can apply them in your business.Read More…
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    How to Hire Your First EmployeesEmployee badge new hire
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    Learn what to do if you need to start hiring staff for your business. How do you find the right candidates, how do you interview them, and how do you figure out what pay and benefits to offer? We'll also cover some important regulatory requirements.Read More…
  • Negotiating
    Why Negotiations Get Derailed (And How to Keep Them on Track)Negotiation track
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    A solid, rational argument is a good foundation to go into any negotiation. But rationality alone is unlikely to win you a negotiation. In this article, we explore the factors that influence all negotiations, and how you can use them to your advantage.Read More…
  • Management
    How to Decide What to DelegateDelegation
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    Feeling overwhelmed at work is a common problem, but it's a particular danger for business owners, who often take on far too much responsibility. In this tutorial, you'll learn the art of delegation: how to decide what to delegate, how to do it effectively, and which tasks you should keep control of yourself.Read More…
  • Creativity
    How to Bring Out Your Team's Creative BestTree team creativity
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    Meetings are often the least favorite part of people's working day. They drag on and seem to come to no conclusion. Yet they're an essential part of any workplace. How can you structure your meetings to bring out the best of your team's creative potential? How can you make your meetings into hubs of creativity? We'll show you how it's done in this tutorial.Read More…
  • Franchise
    Running a Successful Franchise5 running
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    The final tutorial in our franchising series looks at how to run a successful franchise. You'll learn how to start off on the right foot, how to combine the franchisor’s business plan with your own, and how to advertise and build the crucial relationships that will set you up for success.Read More…
  • Career Development
    How to Find a Career That Fits Your Working StylePreview career style personality
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    Being fulfilled and successful in your career isn't just about qualifications and skills. Find out how understanding your personality preferences can help you find the career for you.Read More…
  • Management
    Is Your Project Worth the Risk?4 preview risk analysis
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    Risk analysis asks the question: what are the risks we face if we move forward with this project? To answer that question, you need to conduct a risk analysis, craft a risk matrix, and construct a risk management plan. Here are the tools to make that happen.Read More…
  • Management
    Can We Really Do It? How to Conduct a TELOS Feasibility Study 3 preview telos feasibility study
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    The project is exciting—and it has the potential to make your business a lot of money. But can you really pull it off? A TELOS feasibility study helps you analyze the Technological, Economic, Legal, Organizational, and Scheduling challenges ahead. Once you've completed a TELOS analysis, you'll know for sure if you're in over your head or on target to move forward!Read More…
  • Management
    What If? Tools for Analyzing Possible Management OutcomesPreview what if decisions
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    What if we started our project in April? How might things be different if we launched in December? Would the project work if we had a minimal budget? How might outcomes change if more or fewer people were assigned to the project? Learn how to think through and envision a base case, best case, and worst case scenario for different approaches to your work.Read More…
  • Management
    Getting Started With Go/No-Go Decision MakingPreview start go no go decision making
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    You have all the pieces ready to go, but is this the right project at the right time? Learn about the questions to ask before giving the nod to a project, and discover tools such as the go/no-go decision matrix that can help you anticipate the consequences of moving forward (or not).Read More…
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