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Napoleon Bonaparte didn’t like to answer letters. In fact, he would often wait 30 days before replying. (“If a response is still needed, I will write it then.”)

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With rumblings about the economy improving, you may feel pressure to beef up pay raises this year. New studies say, “Forget about it.”

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Sure, leaders should be visionaries, communicators and goal-setters. But Pitney Bowes CEO Michael Critelli says they must be catalysts, too.

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Bill Parcells, who has already led three National Football League teams from mediocrity to excellence and is working on his fourth (the Dallas Cowboys), operates on three basic rules:

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Leaders often have to break out of the molds other people set for them, says leadership guru Warren Bennis. They have to invent themselves.

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Bob Lutz is one leader who knows how to break rules

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This is the story of a manager who saw a problem in his company’s purchasing process.

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If you’ve taken the trendy paths to “manage” the knowledge within your team or organization, give up. The corporate knowledge-management model has gone bust, largely because it’s based on a publishing model: Somebody extracts information from people and puts it in writing.

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If you need to hire temporary workers, don’t wait too long to sign that contract. Temp hiring has increased in the past five months and the growing demand will eventually raise temp wages.
 

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Laying out goals

by BMD Editors on January 1, 2004 2:00pm

in Leaders & Managers

Research suggests that few employees understand their organization’s goals, so it’s your job to lay them out and draw a clear line from strategy to action.

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