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You do all you can do and go as far as you can go. You get all the results you can get and when you know just can't go any further on your own, you must look for help. This help needs to come in the form of another talented person!
You need to understand how and when you will know you need help. Your business will change over time. You will move from being everything to everyone and eventually will need assistance so you can focus on more of the revenue generating tasks and quite frankly, so you don't burn out!
This organizational model that I will cover in today's session will help you with exactly this topic! It is a big one and it is going to be one of the most challenging. Having a proven model to follow is key!
My friend Steve Balzac, author of "Organizational Psychology for Managers" (download book excerpt on Motivation here), answers these questions:
1. Many tech companies handle leadership by promoting an engineer to team management/leadership. Is it true that engineers only respect other engineers as team leaders? What does that do to team performance?
2. You mention the use of games in chapter 8. How can games be used to develop leadership skills and inspire innovation?
3. How can I apply the principles in your book to promote effective organizational change? How can gamification help me there as well?
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Today we will cover the MREA Organizational Model!
From your first hire to your last, the key to knowing which people to bring onboard and what skills they should have on their resumes is to have a detailed Organizational Model!
We will cover the 3 distinct areas of staffing: administrative, buyer and seller. We will also cover the hiring path, we will go over the basic job descriptions and learn how you can get to the 7th level in your business.
We will talk about how to find the exceptional talent you need in your business and will cover the 7 recruiting sources!
Then we will move to the 9 major compensation options and lastly, talk about the best compensation philosophies!
This is the last of the MREA models and so the next sessoins will begin to cover the NET A Million issues and help you ride these models all the way to your goal - a million dollars a year in annual personal income!
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Today we will talk about the 2nd part of Chapter 10, The Organizational Model!
Empowering your people is KEY to your success and their success. I will cover the 10 Principles for doing this. We will also talk about Consulting your team member as this is at the very heart of empowerment. Instead of thinking of accountability as being confrontation, think of it as "carefrontation".
I will also cover the two D's in your organization: The Leadership D and the Business D. And having them both in your business is the key to building a truly great organization.
As an ongoing reminder, think of your Organziational Model this way:
Talent to shine,
Systems to define,
Train and consult to refine.
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 022 of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guests: I have not one, but two guests to discuss product innovation for this episode. The first is Kimberly Johnson, who I met through the Global PMI Innovation Practice Area. I learned that Kim had recently co-authored a chapter for an upcoming book, and the chapter is titled “Triggering Innovation Through Organizational Development.” Her co-author is my second guest, AB Reynolds.
Highlights from the discussion include:
The concepts are synthesized from a powerhouse of interviews with 3M innovators, organized around 3 themes that foster organizational innovation:
Conditions must exist to allow individuals and teams to create innovative products.
Leaders must spot, support, and invest in valuable innovations.
As the product matures, leaders must optimize the innovation and eventually harvest the business or choose to renew the organization with a new set of products.
To overcome resistance to incorporating innovation into the culture, create an organizational conversation about the future to engage people – get people excited about trends taking place and how the organization should participate. A simple tool is to put a question in a shared area to begin discussions, such as, “How can we …”
If you are an innovator, team up with others that can influence the right people to make change occur. In organizations, innovation requires teams to make things happen.
Hello Folks, and welcome back again this week..
We're doing Dormitory Design and Dorm Room Ideas..Yes its that time of year again when our young adults are heading and/or returning back to college! Maybe its a little scary as they're going into an unfamiliar environment unlike the coziness and comfortabilty of living at home. So we provide great ideas in creating and making the space livable and functionable. With adding color and accessories we show how to make the space aesthetically appealing so that they call the space their home away from home!
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Our century is permanently presenting paradoxical situations. Thanks to Globalization, the economical vicissitudes of Gambia can produce a decided influence in Bolivia. Even though the growth of the communication media is undeniable, people feel increasingly alone. Internet has burst into our lives to stay.
Alberto Elisavetsky, director of the non-profit social network ODR Latinoamerica, will speak with us about his experiences in the use of new technologies applied to conflict resolution in Hispanic America, and how this modality can provide quick and low-cost resolution to various sorts of conflicts.
Alberto Elisavetsky is the director of ODR LATINOAMERICA. Among his most remarkable achievements, there’s the agreement of professional capacitation in distance mediation with the Justice and Human Rights Ministries of the provinces of Salta and Córdoba, Argentina. Another training agreement was made with the School of Judicial Investigation of the Judicial Power of the State of Guanajuato, Mexico. He is the director of the Observatory of Conflict in the National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina, dedicated to research and advance of conflict resolution through new technologies. He’s also a professor in the virtual modality of the University.
Tracy Culbreath has a passion for conflict resolution that began after pursuing her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Central Florida in Interpersonal Organizational Communication. After observing the consequences of poor communication on a personal and professional level, she realized she needed additional skills to address the conflicts that often resulted from communication breakdowns. Tracy graduated from the University of Baltimore with a Master’s of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Management.
It is said that what is measured, is what is capable of change. But everything can be measured and everything can be changed overnight. However, 65% of change efforts fail and yes, some of that is attributed to the change management process, but come on let's not put all of the accountability on the change management folks. What about the data analysis and findings that gave life to the change? Yes, data does lie. And that's because numbers can tell you what you want them to tell you. There are a lot of qualitative data that are overlooked everyday in organizations because they are easier to put into an excel sheet and present for buy-in decisions, not because they are the whole truth. During this episoce, we will discuss one area that Data is highly used, yet not necessarily in the most effective way.
Omi Pennick is Founder and Principal Consultant at Developing Solutions Consulting Agency, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. Her company has provided small businesses and non-profits with expertise in the areas of program, communication, and resource, and organizational development since 2009. She is a graduate from Xavier University of Louisiana in 2000 and received her Master of Public Health from Tulane University in 2002. Omi has provided services to over 23 organizations in throughout Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Texas, and the United States Virgin Islands.
Open used to be simply the opposite of closed, however, in the digital age that is no longer exactly true. Many people think that when it comes to software and instructional materials, open means free. Well, it is not that simple as there are many ways to define Open. In this show we will explore the business models that involve Open content and the many dimensions of what it means to be Open. We’ll discuss how existing publishers can join the Open movement and the emerging business models around Open.
Guests at the table:
Kathy Perkins, Director of PhET Interactive Simulations at University of Colorado Boulder
Randy Reina, Working at the crossroads of educational technology, systems interoperabilty, and organizational development
Marc Oswald, Co-founder and CEO of Open Assessment Technologies (OAT)
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