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Configuration Management Best Practices is a resource for all persons connected with CM: from Chief Tech officers to project managers and software engineers. Analysts, testers, and compliance professionals will all find this book a great help. This is a practical and easy to understand book. One can read it and apply to the day-to-day realities faced by practitioners. A must read book.
Published by Madan G Singh 65 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
Buy low and sell high. If there was a single golden rule to doing business successfully - this would be it. However, this is not always the easiest thing to accomplish, and especially with limited resources. This is why trading outside of the country is sometimes the more profitable approach.
Published by Anna K 75 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
In the minds of most management theorists and practitioners, the management planning process is closely related to the goals that individuals and organizations wish to achieve in the future. However, according to management guru Peter Drucker, the application of successful management planning depends more on present actions rather than future expectations.
Published by New Energy 76 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
Telecommuting is a nice work option that affords one the ability to work remotely anywhere and anytime. This trend is expected to continue to grow in the future. Although, this arrangement may be perfect for some, it’s not suited for everyone.This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of telecommuting for the employee and the company.
Published by Donata L. 78 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
Published by Review Summaries 80 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
A company cannot do without an effective cash management policy - one cannot simply keep cash in hand without analysing any possible investment policies... If you don’t have enough cash to pay your creditors, you will lose reputation and credibility, and this could lead to serious problems in the business world.
Published by Jean Paul 80 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
E&O insurance is a necessity for businesses dealing with the public sectors and specific industry services. Third parties doing business may also be subjected to a lawsuit simply because they may have been involved in one stage of the transaction but not the actual cause of the error or omissions.
Published by Iris McCammon 80 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
Managing and controlling your stock level is extremely important in a business. The importance of stock management is at times underestimated. Stock is extremely valuable and you have to ensure you have the correct stock level in your warehouse so as never to be shy from supplying your customers. No stock means customers will move on to another supplier whilst too much stock means an increase in holding costs. Thus one must try and figure out the best scenario for holding an ideal stock level.
Published by Jean Paul 80 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
How to manage your debtors - Creating a strong credit policy is important both to attract customers to your business as well as to keep your debtors within your reach as well as within their balance due. A formidable financing department should ideally keep this in mind as a sale is not done unless cash is finally received leading to the famous idea that 'Cash is King'
Published by Jean Paul 80 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
You may not need to know project management terms every day, but when you are working on a construction project at home or at work, this glossary will become very useful. Construction project management has a standardized terminology so that when one person talks about risks, scope, issues, requirements, and other project concerns, everyone else knows what he or she is referring to. This glossary contains common terms used in construction project management and can help start the standardizatio...
Published by Daniel Snyder 81 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
This paper briefly discusses how dynamic SCM plays an important role in the present competitive market by explaining the objectives, process view, drivers and causes of Supply Chain Management (SCM) by taking example of a Beverage industry. It also provides the methodology of supply chain of Coca- Cola, HCCBPL (Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd.) using the SAP system which has diagnosed problems and evaluated possible solutions, optimizing the operations and mitigating the risk factors. Th...
Published by Dheeman Bhattacharya 81 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
Safety in the workplace is still something which is expensive and not particularly important for many companies. As a result many people do not make safety as top priority. One reason is the lack of public knowledge about safety and a lot of wrong perception about safety. Here are six things you should know about workplace safety.
Published by Dee Jan 81 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
Regardless of how big your invested capital is, there is no guarantee that your business will turn out successful and profitable. But with good attitude, skills, strong passion for own business and right knowledge, business success is likely to happen. Competition is everywhere, but knowing how to play the game can keep your business triumphant.
Published by Marky Chavez 82 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
The feelings of someone taking online written manuscripts that do not belong to them leaves the person who had that taken away from them with a sense of being violated. There are deep business & management skills that monitor theft of the original content yet there are people actions needed at times which are included in this article.
Published by Roberta Baxter 82 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
Ergonomics is still relatively new compared to other sciences. Therefore, many people still do not really understand the meaning of this science. Only a few parties know the exact meaning of ergonomics. Even many professionals and academics are still not able to correctly interpret ergonomics. Here are 8 things you need to know about ergonomics.
Published by Jan 82 months ago in Operations & Management | +0 votes | 0 comments
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