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Management techniques

Glenys Bridges talks about four different management techniques that can help practice managers to improve efficiency.
Summary

SMART goals 'start with the end in mind' and need to be: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound. The Six Sigma quality management approach aims to structure work, reduce costs and improve quality. The SECURE analysis technique helps with analytical thinking. Maslow's hierarchy is used by managers to recognise the internal needs that workers need to satisfy so that they can produce their best work.

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