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Table Of Contents

step 1: building a clean and organized Work environment
Applying the 5S Principles
Summarizing 5S Principles
step 2: knoWing the employees
Questioning while shadowing
Making on the spot decisions
step 3: using “open door” management
Describing an open door visit
Designing an effective open door approach
step 4: creating stability in the Work environment
Uncompromising attitude
Creating a stable work environment
Correcting an environment of confusion and uncertainty
Understanding the root cause of an unstable environment
step 5: making the Work area and employees mistake-proof
Describing Poka-Yoke methods
Using Poka-Yoke in everyday life
Reviewing a sample Code of Conduct
Providing for a dynamic instrument
step 7: selecting a management style
Describing various styles
Illustrating the styles
Assembling an eclectic management style
step 8: producing productive staff meetings
Preparing the frst meeting
Creating meeting structure
Producing the meeting’s fnal product
Managing the meeting schedule
Listing meeting action items
step 9: Writing the first set of critical success factors
Defning a Critical Success Factor
Writing the Critical Success Factors
Teaching employees to measure their own efforts
Describing an informal leader
Ferreting out and neutralizing the informal leader’s impacts
Measuring Performance as a Manager
checking first month of performance
Measuring the Critical Success Factors
Checking what should have happened and creating a repair list
Planning for next year’s performance review
Setting up the accountability meeting with the supervisor
Establishing goals and accountabilities for the employees
checking the first year of performance
Setting performance goals for the frst year
Rating the frst year by looking in the rear-view mirror
Repeating the frst year again or starting a new second year
Keeping the supervisor on track and managing the supervisor
Evaluating performance from a historical perspective
Adding Skills and Capabilities as a Manager
coaching employee performance
managing using diagnostic skills
Defning a healthy organization
Planning to heal a diseased organization
Designing an employee performance review meeting
Anticipating the two different points of view
recognizing conflict Within the Work group
Understanding why confict exists
Seeing opportunity vs. danger
Recognizing the various levels of confict
finding humor in the Workplace
Helping the employees build careers
hiring neW employees
Interviewing process
letting employees go
Taking disciplinary steps
Terminating procedures
Controlling unemployment benefts
managing a process and a project
Defning Process Management
Defning Project Management
Summarizing Process Management and Project Management
Building a Career
using a mentor
getting a ticket punched in the organization
Finding career ladders and glass ceilings
Finding technical training – job performance enhancement
Measuring the value of education for the working adult
netWorking and career groWth
Networking within a professional association
Listing of a few professional associations
discovering that a career ladder is leaning against the Wrong building
Producing the plan
Getting organized – a preparatory step
Preparing a custom-designed resume
Completing the corporate fnancial research
Completing the corporate publicity research
Getting through a successful interview
Listing of the symbols of organizational culture
Studying the elements of organization culture
measuring personal value systems
Conclusion
classic Writings
resource materials
Appendix A – Business and management journals
Appendix B – Business magazines and newspapers
Appendix C – Business and management books
Appendix D – Professional Associations
citations
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Are You the New Manager?

Are You the New Manager?

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When you become a manager, you need proven strategies and advice to ensure your team meets expectations. Two longtime managers draw upon their decades of combined experience in this guidebook to getting the job done during your first year as a manager. Whether you’ve just been promoted, been transferred, or started a new job, you’ll learn how to • establish an organized work environment; • create stability in the workplace; • write a code of conduct for yourself and your employees; and • organize effective meetings. The authors also share case studies focusing on successful and unsuccessful managers. By applying lessons from real-life examples, you’ll be able to establish your authority, motivate underperforming employees, and appropriately reward superstars. When it comes time to hire and fire, you’ll also know what to do. Use this book as a reference and refresher whenever you need to set performance goals, write a performance review, or hold employees members accountable. Stock your manager’s toolbox and prove that you’re the right person for the job with techniques, guidelines, and strategies to manage your team.
When you become a manager, you need proven strategies and advice to ensure your team meets expectations. Two longtime managers draw upon their decades of combined experience in this guidebook to getting the job done during your first year as a manager. Whether you’ve just been promoted, been transferred, or started a new job, you’ll learn how to • establish an organized work environment; • create stability in the workplace; • write a code of conduct for yourself and your employees; and • organize effective meetings. The authors also share case studies focusing on successful and unsuccessful managers. By applying lessons from real-life examples, you’ll be able to establish your authority, motivate underperforming employees, and appropriately reward superstars. When it comes time to hire and fire, you’ll also know what to do. Use this book as a reference and refresher whenever you need to set performance goals, write a performance review, or hold employees members accountable. Stock your manager’s toolbox and prove that you’re the right person for the job with techniques, guidelines, and strategies to manage your team.

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