Management 101 - Teamwork, Goal Setting and Accountability
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Management 101 - Teamwork, Goal Setting and Accountability

Proven best practices that enhance teamwork, productivity and communications to drive a 56% increase in value creation.
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Created by Bob Norton
Last updated 3/2014
English
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What Will I Learn?
  • Become a better manager who is respected by subordinates, superiors and peers
  • Enhance communications and reduce team friction
  • Hold people accountable to deadlines and improve productivity
  • Create a collaborative culture and stronger teamwork to tap all skills on the team
  • Make deadlines, increase innovation and create a better work environment
  • Improve synergy with corporate objectives and define meeting cadence
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  • PDF file reader for downloadable handout materials
Description

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.

Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.

Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers the necessary components of an MBO process.

MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5% of managers.

Who is the target audience?
  • Managers
  • Executives
  • C-Level People and CEOs, Human Resources
  • Supervisors and anyone wishing to become a manager
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Curriculum For This Course
10 Lectures
01:25:48
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10 Lectures 01:25:48

This is a preview and agena to explain what is in the full course.

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.

Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56%% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.

Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers all the necessary components of an MBO process.

MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5%% of managers.

Preview 07:58


What are the indications your team and company need an MBO process. Defining a goal versus an MBO.

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.
Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56%% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.
Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers all the necessary components of an MBO process.
MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5%% of managers.

Management 101 - Indications you need the MBO Process, MBO Versus Goals - Part 3
12:19

SMART and MBO types and levels.

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.

Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56%% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.
Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers all the necessary components of an MBO process.
MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5%% of managers.

Management 101 - SMART and MBO Levels and Types- Part 4
07:35

Sample MBOs, goals and tying MBOs into corporate strategy.

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.

Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56%% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.

Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers all the necessary components of an MBO process.

MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5%% of managers.

Management 101 - Turning Goals Into MBOs - Part 5
09:58

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.

Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56%% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.

Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers all the necessary components of an MBO process.

MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5%% of managers.

Management 101 - MBO is a Collaborative Process - Part 6
06:27

An MBO can be any size, 5 years, Annual, Quarterly, Monthly, even weekly (though not recommended). MBO is a concept and process, not a size. It can be used, and must be used, at all levels of planning from the Board Room to each department. Here are samples and elaboration on this concept.

Management 101 - How Big should MBOs Be? The Process Lifecycle - Part 7
08:12

MBOs must start at the highest level with long-term MBOs that make up a corporate strategy. These are then broken into smaller MBOs that are quarterly and monthly for management purposes.

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.

Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56%% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.

Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers all the necessary components of an MBO process.

MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5%% of managers.

Management 101 - Linking MBOs and Process to Company Strategy - Part 8
07:58

The first thing any professional manager should learn is how to coordinate multiple people with effective goal setting, goal management and good communications. This is the basic blocking and tackling of management that makes people accountable, productive and allows them to work well as a team.

Management By Objective (MBO), invented by Peter Drucker, the "Father of Management" in the 1960s is the classic management technique which research shows creates an average value creation increase of 56%% in companies when done right. Most management books and systems today are simply rehashes of this classic. We have updated it for small companies to use efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead.

Unfortunately even companies that think they do MBO today often do it wrong, missing key elements of what makes it work that are both subtle and critical. MBO requires process and discipline to do well. An understanding of the psychological principles that MBO leverages is needed to use it properly. Done right the monthly MBO process is the core of all goal setting, communications, team building and even creates the effective brain trust of a team to share expertise and become a high-performance team. MBO will increase morale, create team synergy and even develop people to their full potential. It will also reveal non-performers and naturally eject them. This course covers all the necessary components of an MBO process.

MBO is the basic blocking and tackling of management that every professional manager needs to understand. Those that do it well are "professional managers", those that do not are just aspiring managers. Both personal and company growth comes from effective, high-performance teams and nothing has been shown to impact team performance like a strong MBO process and discipline - guaranteed. Doing this well will immediately put you in the top 5%% of managers.

Management 101 - The Granularity of MBOs and Some Examples- Part 9
08:23

The Five styles of management are just part of the entire AirTight Management System #2 - Our Performance, Accountability and Merit System is a large collection of management and leadership best practices compiled from many sources, including the top business gurus of the last 75 years and hundreds of books. Thye provide a structure and framework to help determine how to handle different people, processes and tasks.

What is PAMS? - Five Styles of Management Every Manager Needs to Know - Part 10
03:13
About the Instructor
Bob Norton
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Experienced CEO Expert in Management, Leadership and Systems

Mr. Robert Norton, President and CEO of AirTight Management trains CEOs, Executives and managers for higher performance in the best practices and systems for management and leadership. This is done with a combination of training, coaching and consulting to help clients become market leaders in their industry. AirTight has created unique and state-of-the-art courses and systems to start, grow and run companies for best results.

Mr. Norton founded his first company as CEO in 1989 after a decade as a software engineer, Director of Software Development and Vice President of Engineering who developed and launched many successful products. He grew two companies to over $100 million in annual sales. He has helped launch eight start-up companies and over 50 products. His experience spans all key disciplines needed to start, grow and exit businesses in several industries. He can provide a breath of experience and perspective across all disciplines that only experienced CEOs can.

- Speaker and author of four books on entrepreneurship and growing companies

- Creator of The CEO Boot Camp and other advanced management and leadership training programs for CEOs, entrepreneurs and senior executives

- Experience developing products and services and growing businesses of all sizes including startups, turnarounds and working in two multi-billion dollar enterprises (International Thomson Organization and Grumman (now Northrop Grumman).

- CEO since 1989 with four startup launches. Two other startups in senior positions as Vice President and CTO and two in senior engineering positions for eight total.

- Expertise and proven success in all major disciplines including finance, P&L management, operations, sales, marketing, strategy, product development and business development.

- Founder HomeView (multimedia Realty Search Services). - Achieved $156 million annualized sales within 1 year of a new product launch with a 6-fold increase in sales productivity over industry averages. Penetrated 72% of market in only 18 months.

- Generated over $1+ billion in total shareholder value (while at these companies).

-Drove sales from $0 to $100 million with 26% pretax profit in 5 years; added $35 million to revenue in a single year.

- Co-founder FIRST CALL Corporation. Developed FIRST CALL research distribution network, FIRST CALL Earnings Estimate product, VideoMunifacts and Portia portfolio management system.

- Launched more than 50 products and services that generate over $1 billion in annual sales today.

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