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This is a great article looking into why American CEO's are NOT overpaid. He made some outstanding points.

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How to Approach an Employer’s Personality Test - Worldwide Express Shipping Solutions

How to Approach an Employer’s Personality Test - Worldwide Express Shipping Solutions | Management | Scoop.it
Personality tests are one of the hot recent trends among human-resource managers, so the chances are better than zero you’ll face one as you hunt for your first job after college.
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This article gives you a few tips on the way to ace an employers personality test.

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Managing corporate responsibility and business ethics

Managing corporate responsibility and business ethics | Management | Scoop.it
Smiths Group is a world leader in the practical application of advanced technologies. Our products and services make the world safer, healthier and more productive.
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Great article, it gives some insider and lists some ethics that should be followed by every business.

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Why Are 70% Of Employees Disengaged, And What Can You Do About It?

Why Are 70% Of Employees Disengaged,  And What Can You Do About It? | Management | Scoop.it
According to the late comedian George Carlin, “Most people work just hard enough not to get fired and get paid just enough money not to quit.” I have shared this statement with thousands of employees in many different companies and industries in the...
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Industry standouts lead sports into new era of decision-making - SportsBusiness Daily | SportsBusiness Journal | SportsBusiness Daily Global

Industry standouts lead sports into new era of decision-making - SportsBusiness Daily | SportsBusiness Journal | SportsBusiness Daily Global | Management | Scoop.it
M ore than 20 years ago when working with a client, I used a regression analysis to explain why certain giveaway items were not driving attendance the way the team thought they were.
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Great article about the descicion making behind sports management. It's about getting fans to the stadium and other descicions behing managing the teams.

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The Manager's Mission Statement: Why It's Important

The Manager's Mission Statement:  Why It's Important | Management | Scoop.it
People sometimes roll their eyes at the prospect of having to know their company's mission statement. A lot of time is spent by companies developing mission st
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7 Myths About Ethics Which Will Hurt Your Business

7 Myths About Ethics Which Will Hurt Your Business | Management | Scoop.it
7 Myths About Ethics Which Will Hurt Your Business - The Huffington Post
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This artcle talks about "7 Myths" of business thics. It gave a bunch of good points and ideas on ethics.

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Making Virtual Teams Work: Ten Basic Principles

Making Virtual Teams Work: Ten Basic Principles | Management | Scoop.it

Consider this now familiar view from the field:

 

"I've run a virtual team for the past 18 months in the development and launch of [a website.] I am located in Toronto, Canada. The website was designed in Zagreb, Croatia. The software was developed in St. John's, Newfoundland; Zagreb, Croatia; Delhi, India; and Los Angeles, USA. Most of the communication was via email with periodic discussions via Skype. I had one face-to-face meeting with the team lead for the technology development this past December."


Could this be you? Virtual teams have become a fact of business life, so what does it take to make them work effectively? On June 10, 2013, I launched a discussion around this question on LinkedIn. The result was an outpouring of experience and advice for making virtual teams work. (I define "virtual teams" as work groups which (1) have some core members who interact primarily through electronic means, and (2) are engaged in interdependent tasks — i.e. are truly teams and not just groups of independent workers). I distilled the results and combined them with my own work, which focuses on how new leaders should assess and align their teams in their first 90 days. Because that's really when it's most important to lay the foundation for superior performance in teams — virtual or otherwise. Here are ten basic principles for making this happen:


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This article is talking about virtual groups and how to make them succeed. Virtual groups are a thing of the future and eventually will be a huge part of life and business.

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How to build the foundation for superior performance.

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Zappos | Creating a Great Place to Work

Zappos | Creating a Great Place to Work | Management | Scoop.it
Leadership speaker Greg Smith delivers motivational keynotes and leadership development training that builds great corporate cultures.
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Fox’s Sports Network To Debut Saturday, With or Without the Sound | TIME.com

Fox’s Sports Network To Debut Saturday, With or Without the Sound | TIME.com | Management | Scoop.it
Four days before launching the first serious challenge to ESPN’s decades-long domination of televised sports, the executives of Fox Sports 1 -- the 24/7 national sports network set to launch this weekend -- were telling jokes.
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This is a great article about a new network coming out that is trying to rival ESPN. It talks about how the network is going to be managed and new ideas they have came up with to compete.

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