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Managing Smart
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What's important to your team?

February 1, 2007

Ask employees to rank the top five features they value in their job with this exclusive form.

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Be a taskmaster

February 1, 2007

Use a computer program to generate automatic reminders of recurring tasks.

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Make 'em stick

February 1, 2007

Use these 15 ideas to bond team members to your hospital—and keep your veterinary practice from peeling apart.

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Employee exit survey

February 1, 2007

Use this exclusive survey to gain feedback when your team members leave your practice.

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What's a good receptionist worth?

February 1, 2007

It's cheaper in the end to pay for great skills, attitude, and experience.

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10 tips to boost profitability

January 1, 2007

You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Implementing these ideas that boost the bottom line.

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Evaluating an equipment purchase

January 1, 2007

Will that new piece of equipment pull its weight in your practice?

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Pep talks done right

January 1, 2007

So, I recently had something of a rough patch at work. We lost two members of our five-person editorial team in one month ... can you empathize?

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Learn from O.P.M.

January 1, 2007

One of the easiest, lowest-cost, and most practical ways to learn about management is from Other People's Mistakes.

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