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    Most managers dread being called micromanagers – “micromanagement” has become the dirty word of the workplace. But there

  • What to Do When You Inherit a Struggling Team

    When you walk into a new management role and inherit an existing team, you’re hoping that they’re all

  • How to Groom a Team Member for Promotion

    When you have an employee who wants to move up, what can you do to help get them

  • How Project Managers Can Efficiently Scale Up Projects

    It’s a good problem to have: Your team has been asked to expand a small project into a

  • Process Improvement Playbook
  • How to Rebuild a Soured Relationship With a Team Member

    When a manager’s relationship with a team member becomes rocky, it can make working together effectively feel nearly

  • 4 Management Lessons Learned from Robin Hood

    Robin Hood is the 12th century bandit of legend who robbed from the rich and gave to the

  • How to Manage Someone You Just Don’t Like

    You’ve got someone on your team who you just … don’t … like. It’s not about their work;

  • How to Tell Your New Hire is Ready for Real Responsibility

    Hiring and training a new employee is only the beginning of your work relationship: You have to manage

  • 5 Step Digital Transformation Roadmap for Operations
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    Organizations that want to thrive and sustain their success in a highly-competitive global environment must become high-performance learning

  • How to Encourage Employee Independence

    Teaching your employees to be self-sufficient benefits the productivity of the whole team. As I write this, the