Techno MarketingWritten by Upal Chakraborty
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to be first demonstrated among internal customers (fellow colleagues), management, internal users. If organization is confident about product then organization can market it properly to outer customers. There might be several faults in product but afterall we do not sell a product but our attitude. Once attitude is sold positively we are happy. But basic this is marketing funda & nothing else. So good Technical knowledge + Proper Marketing Funda = A positive Deal
Upal Chakraborty is a Techno Marketing personnel since 1997 when he was just 18 years. With his creative ideas he became the Asst Manager when he was 19yrs. Now as the age of 26yrs he is associated with www.i-wayhost.net & its network sites as the Head - Business Development & Operations.
Let Your Employees Make DecisionsWritten by Jason Liptow
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4. Supporting your staff's decisions is important because it shows trust. It builds trust between managers and staff. Standing behind them empowers them to make decisions without always second-guessing themselves. 5. Empowering your staff to make decisions instills confidence in them. The staff feels that you trust them to make important decisions and gains confidence in themselves as they make more. 6. Allowing your staff to make decisions allows you, manager, to spend your time on more important tasks. Managers should be spending their time on more important tasks and decision-making rather than just trivial issues that arise hundreds of times a day. Allowing others to make those decisions gives you time to do more important tasks. 7. The staff feels like they are making a contribution to organization or business when they are allowed to make decisions. As a result they become more productive and loyal to organization. 8. If one of your workers makes a mistake while making a decision, sit down with them and explain why it was wrong. Do not berate them in front of others or even alone. Explain why decision was wrong and help them understand what right decision should have been for situation. 9. Spend some time coaching your staff on decision-making skills. They will only improve if you help them. 10. Remember that some members of staff will not feel comfortable under any situation or conditions in making decisions. That is important because you do not want people who are unsure of themselves making decisions. Do not put them in a situation where they are forced to do so if they are uncomfortable with it. Decision-making is important in every organization and business. Making wrong decision in some instances can be devastating to an organization. These decisions should be left to managers. Do not be afraid to delegate decision-making but be sure to set guidelines for level of decision-making allowed for each level of workers. If this is done correctly, productivity, confidence, and loyalty will increase in your organization.
Written by Jason Liptow, webmaster of The Good Manager. Copyright © 2005.
Educator and manager with years of experience in banking, restaurant, and payroll industry. BA in Social Studies, MSBA in Operations Management and Quality Control from Madonna University. Webmaster of www.thegoodmanager.com.