Management

Business management is part art and part science with a sprinkle of insanity. As a leader, you need to form the bedrock for your team. You do that by being consistent, reliable and available. These articles on TYB are designed to help you become a better leader everyday by feeding you a constant diet of business wisdom from people that have been there, done that and succeeded.

What Will Law Office Management Look Like in 2021?

Law firms are complex and fast-moving, requiring firm leadership to be strategic with every office management aspect, from creating systems to their implementation. As a law firm, it is easy to put office management aspects secondary to serving your clients. But remember, your firm cannot run itself. 2020 ushered in a wave of unprecedented and […]
January 27, 2021 258 Reads share

How Ozan is Able to Attract and Keep Top Talent

From giving exciting training opportunities, new tech solutions to work with, and volunteering options, there are a lot of ways Dr. Ozan Ozerk attracts top young talent and keeps them within the company. The founder of the Ozan startup said that money is essential, but it isn’t the key factor employees consider. To hire the […]
January 27, 2021 228 Reads share

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How to Measure Employee Satisfaction With Employee Surveys

For running a business, you need to have some basic resources. A place at a suitable location to operate your business, some capital to invest, and some cash in hand to make the business activities running. These all are your assets to run a business, but what is the biggest asset or resource you need […]
January 26, 2021 259 Reads share

How to Get Your Small Business Out of a Productivity Slump

All businesses go through periods where workers feel unengaged or old processes aren’t working as well as they should. If you aren’t turning out as much product or seeing the results you’d like from different departments, it’s probably time to do an audit and figure out what needs changing. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics […]
January 12, 2021 293 Reads share

Is Your Business Ready for a Large Disaster?

People don’t like to think about major disasters affecting their businesses. Day-to-day operations can feel stressful enough without envisioning the worst-case scenarios. However, failing to get your company ready in case they happen is a recipe for disaster in itself.  Disaster planning can seem scary at first. Once you get started, though, you’ll see it […]
January 12, 2021 271 Reads share

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What All Fleet Managers Need to Know

Managing a fleet is a big responsibility. Fortunately, there is a lot of guidance for fleet managers. There are also high-quality tools to collect, process, and analyze the data you need to inform your decisions. Here are some points all fleet managers should consider, provided by experts in the fleet industry. Keep in Mind That […]
January 7, 2021 316 Reads share

Remote Work Lessons to Embrace When Returning to the Office

2020 has seen a dramatic increase in the number of people working from home. And while the trend has certainly already been on the rise, there’s nothing like a pandemic to make working from home (or WFH, as we now love to call the practice) the new normal. However, most businesses do envision a time […]
January 7, 2021 276 Reads share

How Much Work Does a CEO Do?

Being the CEO of a company may sound enticing, not least because of the salary attached. Some may even think of it as the height of success and being able to delegate tasks to employees lower on the ladder while having to do very little work. The reality is entirely different. There are, in fact, […]
January 6, 2021 278 Reads share

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How AI and ML Technologies are Changing the Role of HR

The most common modern-day questions are: Why is the HR industry looking to adopt Artificial Intelligence (aka AI) technology? And Why are the organizations investing substantially in the HR functions handled by artificial intelligence? The sole reason for this drastic shift to artificial intelligence is to achieve automation that has thinking and judgment capacities similar […]
December 29, 2020 332 Reads share

How to Motivate Your Team During Remote Work

The pandemic has forced many companies to forge into uncharted territory, with some or most of their employees now working from home. Remote work isn’t something new – in fact, there’s been a 159% increase in the trend in the last 12 years. And that was before Covid-19 hit. The difference is that companies with […]
December 23, 2020 352 Reads share