How To Manage Systems

Practical Practice Management A Division of Top Practices

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Continuing from yesterday’s post on The Ability to Manage Yourself, today we will discuss the second key factor in successful management, “How to Manage Your Systems.”

As a manager, you should know what is expected of you from your employer. Your team expects that you know what you are to do, but do you really?

Management personnel need to make sure that they are given a job description and job expectations prior to taking on the title of manager. If you were told “I really need you to whip these people in shape and get the business in good running order” you could be in for a big letdown.

How do you whip people in shape? Do you think by harping on employees it will make them desire to do a better job? I think you know the answer is no.

The best way to manage people is to…

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