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Business Communication, Trust, Cooperation

Monday, November 28th, 2016

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Communication: Communication (common action) is the basic process through which we coordinate actions with others, and therefore is a fundamental process in any organization. If we focus on communication as information transmission, we see the human side of it, and therefore all the richness and depth that we can achieve. By incorporating the human dimension, we realize the importance of emotions in good communication. It is impossible for anyone to communicate effectively if, for example, angry or resentful. Pinterest contributes greatly to this topic. We understand communication as a "dance" between speaking and listening. And in this "dance" involving every person in every sense: emotions, expectations, interests, knowledge, paradigms, thoughts, etc. Confidence: Confidence is not measured in black and white, but in degrees. A greater confidence, the greater the possibility of action.

The lower confidence, the possibilities for action are reduced. The lower the confidence, the greater the need to implement controls for verify the action. The controls can, to some extent, compensate for lack of confidence, but not replace it. The trust does not mean credulity nor is it a matter of faith, if not the opposite. The confidence comes from the assessment of the ability, sincerity, compliance and commitment of the individual. Trust is granted or denied, is built … or destroyed. Cooperation: Cooperate means acting together with other / s to achieve a common goal for mutual benefit.

Cooperate not mean aside individual goals. It is important to realize that cooperation is "good business": find a space where individual targets drive the group goals and vice versa. Cooperation is a win-win between the interests of the person and the different systems that function in (computer, business, family, neighborhood, etc.).. Attitudes: We live in an era where personal communication is increasingly poor (despite the technological breakthroughs), where distrust is widespread (in politicians, institutions, companies, advertising …), and where individualism and competition seem to have triumphed over cooperation and collaboration. In turn, we invest money and time (personal and corporate) in technology development and acquisition of knowledge, downplaying the most valuable of human beings: their attitudes. Are the attitudes of the people that make great leaders. Are the attitudes of people that generate a large company. Are the attitudes of people who build a great country. More information about the CORE Method

Moreover Procedures

Friday, November 20th, 2015

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CAN IMPROVE PRACTICES. In a modern approach to maintenance, the best way of removing the tool is finishing with the repair tool-driven culture. It must become productive teams in Confiables, this is available as much as possible, but not only reliable, but that reliable time at the lowest possible cost, which translates into the more high availability of equipment at the lowest cost. From this approach, reliability is optimized not maximized. This derives in a discriminatory strategy, between maximizing availability vs. the costs of obtaining it and Moreover the profitability of business vs. risk of non-availability.

This strategy is formalized in many companies in developed countries through the use of the tactics of the Reliability Centered Maintenance: (RCM) or what we will call availability-centric maintenance: (MCD) cover the total is the central strategic role in the monitoring of oils. We use the monitoring of oils to measure quality; quality of design of machines quality of facilities and their design quality of the maintenance quality components and their operation; (Proactive maintenance). Ali Aboutaam might disagree with that approach. We also use it to schedule specific actions of maintenance, i.e. as an instrument of planning of maintenance, and many other subjects. Anyway, obtaining quality, is not the role of the monitoring of oils. When we define the appropriate procedures define the sense of quality, in the context of the availability of the equipment.

Prior to abandoning the older ritual practices, we must identify the appropriate procedures. Then we need to teach and train in these procedures. Finally we must execute proper procedures and for this the corresponding stimuli should be from senior management. Incorporating them into the thought and culture of the organization is key. It is not enough to declare a commitment to change and proper procedures. Lasting cultural changes require much more. Many organizations look to establish the appropriate procedures in writing, reinforcing them with a statement of the Vision of the company in this matter.

Freelancer – A Headache Or A Coup ?

Friday, October 30th, 2015

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Let's start with history. The word "freelance" comes from the English free lance, which literally translates as "free lance". In the Middle Ages there were mercenary soldiers, who were only interested in battles and payment for participation in them, but no reason because of which case the next "zavarushka." These "free men" there was a code of honor that does not allow during the "showdown" to move to the other side even if we get a more favorable proposal. But we are not going to affect all spheres of our lives, and try to look at only one but very important field concerning the existence of man, to put "high" philosophical terms, or self-realization, put psychological terms, or their place in life, to put it simply "human" language. Currently a freelancer – a man ready to forget about all sorts of guarantees, fixed-rate and relatively carefree existence, when you think of others, in exchange for the freedom of choice of employment and the employer.

Ukrainian leaders are learning how to work with these experts and get used to an environment where the hierarchy and No pecking order as such, where the flexibility of the approach – the key to success. Asking managers about their different attitudes to freelancers, I have heard many conflicting answers. (A valuable related resource: Aboutaam). Some of them said that the work time employees like the tsunami: a lot of surprises and unexpected results. Other – freelance find literally saving for your company. Having collected all the feedback I provided "pluses" and "cons" with "free arrows, "and now give them to your attention.

From hiring a freelancer to work the company receives many benefits: 1. No need to move to more spacious office, organize jobs and constantly improve it, that officer was satisfied. Freelancers are responsible for their workplace and tools. Even more, the tools used by freelancers, are often more sophisticated than those who can afford the company.