Category Archives: Management

Practical Principles For Employee Retention

And, if you wish to inspire employees then you really should read: How Not To Gain Good Employees and Not Motivate Them Advertisements

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Boss vs. Leader

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Political Dichotomy. Politics. Public Administration.

I have a varied background; but this Roland’s Ramblings entry concerns just part of my background. Ready? Here goes. As a retired professional public administrator, as a former elected official, as a former instructor of American Government in my capacity of adjunct … Continue reading

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TLC Eyecare & Laser Centers

I have a personal story to tell about my experience with TLC Eyecare and Laser Centers. In August of 2013, I went to the TLC Eyecare & Laser Center located at 3000 Regency Court in Toledo, Ohio for my annual … Continue reading

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Ye Olde Durty Bird Restaurant In Toledo, Ohio: Irresponsible Management.

CONSUMERS AND CUSTOMERS. BEWARE OF YE OLDE DURTY BIRD RESTAURANT IN TOLEDO, OHIO! On Tuesday, July 1, 2014 1:31 PM, I wrote an electronic letter to Ye Olde Durty Bird restaurant in Toledo, Ohio via the contact form contained on its … Continue reading

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ZBB: Zero-Based Budgeting

A budgeting method in which all expenses must be justified for each new fiscal budget period is called zero-based budgeting, or ZBB when expressed as an acronym. When using ZBB, an organization starts from a “zero base” and every function … Continue reading

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Errors Made In Goal Setting

Some years ago, Robert Schaffer identified these “seven deadly sins” of goal-setting made by managers in giving assignments: Backing away from tough expectations: You spend more time negotiating the goal downward than in figuring out how to achieve it. Engaging … Continue reading

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