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Please make your site description as concise as possible. Avoid using terms or descriptions like: "Welcome to"; "Website of the"; "World Wide Web Site of"; "a Business Transformation site" (obviously!); "dedicated to"; "best product"; "must visit", etc. Also your site description should not contain exact repetitions of the site title, keyword listings, contact information (such as names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc.), nor should it contain "marketing slogans" or information intended to mislead intended visitors.

The Business Transformation category is a directory of resource sites pertaining to the planned reframing, redesign, restructuring, revitalization and renewal of organizations. This directory will include coverage for a broad range of theories, applications and resources related to business and organizational transformation including: Reengineering; Reorganization and Organizational Design; Organizational Improvement; Process Improvement & Organizational/Process Mapping; Performance Measurement (including Balanced Scorecard, Efficiency/Effectiveness); Total Quality Management; and other related topics.

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For web sites of firms or individuals providing or relating to the provision of consultation services or products to manager(s) of businesses.
This category is designed for individuals and organizations who offer training in time management to businesses, organizations, and/or individuals.

If time management training is your specialty, or is an integral part of your service offerings, then feel free to submit your site. We look forward to reviewing your site for inclusion in the directory!

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As a general request, please submit the title of your site in the following format:

Last_Name, First_Name (eg. Smith, LeAnn)

The description should not be longer than one or two sentences, outlining your experience, your fields of expertise, or the site''s content.

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Sites about allegedly unethical companies should be submitted to Society/Issues/Business/Allegedly_Unethical_Firms/ while sites about bad consumer experiences should be added in Home/Consumer_Information/Complaints/. Sites about collective action against corporations should be submitted to /Society/Activism/Anti-Corporation/ while more general sites on the social impacts of business would be better included in /Business/Business_and_Society/. Sites that focus on ethical and responsible approaches to investing should be submitted to /Business/Investing/Socially_Responsible/ and finally sites discussing wider issues of businesses accountability to stakeholders are listed in /Society/Issues/Business/Corporate_Accountability/.
This category is for sites which promote, teach or inform in the area of organizational and managerial principles, beliefs and practices which lead to a greater degree of integrity and business ethics.
Before you submit your site please take the time to look around the category to ensure that your site is appropriate to this category. And also be sure to review the general guidelines.

The editors reserve the right not to list your site, to change the description to fit the two to three line limit available and to delete it after its addition. Multiple submissions may be considered when appropriate (for example, a site that contains valuable resources pertinent to multiple subcategories).

In some cases, your site may better belong in the organizational change, organizational development or in one of the categories within the consulting, executive coaching or training and education areas.

The category covers information on theory and research oriented toward increasing our knowledge of the many different varieties of leadership. Within the category, providers are divided into two major subcategories: consulting & coaching and training & development. Sites can have services or products oriented toward developing skills that help leaders run organizations, build teams, and positively influence individuals.
Before you submit your site please take the time to look around the category to ensure that your site is appropriate to this category. And also be sure to review the general guidelines.

The editors reserve the right not to list your site, and to delete it after its addition. Multiple submissions, especially to inappropriate categories, will not be tolerated. Please, submit only to those categories most appropriate to the content of your site.

Please make your site description as concise as possible. Avoid using terms or descriptions like: "Welcome to"; "Website of the"; "World Wide Web Site of"; "a Management Science site" (obviously!); "dedicated to"; "best product"; "must visit", etc. Also your site description should not contain exact repetitions of the site title, keyword listings, contact information (such as names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc.), nor should it contain "marketing slogans" or information intended to mislead intended visitors.

The Management Science category is a directory of sites pertaining to the theory and application of the science of management and related topics.
Before you submit your site please take the time to look around the category to ensure that your site is appropriate to this category. Also check out some of the related categories to determine whether your site may be better suited for a related category (if for example, your site focuses upon organizational development, or business transformation, or leadership there are other categories that are probably more appropriate). And also be sure to review the general guidelines.

The editors reserve the right not to list your site, and to delete it after its addition. Multiple submissions may be considered when appropriate (for example, a site that contains valuable resources pertinent to multiple subcategories) but "spam-like" attempts, especially to inappropriate categories, will not be tolerated. Please, submit only to those categories most appropriate to the content of your site.

Please make your site description as concise as possible. Avoid using terms or descriptions like: "Welcome to"; "Website of the"; "World Wide Web Site of"; "an organizational change site" (obviously!); "dedicated to"; "best product"; "must visit", etc. Also your site description should not contain exact repetitions of the site title, keyword listings, contact information (such as names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc.), nor should it contain "marketing slogans" or information intended to mislead intended visitors.

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The Organizational Change category is a directory of sites pertaining to the leading and managing change in organizations of all types. This directory will include coverage for a broad range of theories, applications and resources related to business and organizational change, but all sites listed here should be primarily focused upon leading or managing change from that broad perspective.

This Category is for websites and articles about concepts and research on Organizational Development.

Firms and non-profit organizations providing consulting services and instruments related to Organizational Development must submit their websites to
Organizational Development/Consulting

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This category is exclusive for websites in English, others must be submitted to the appropriate Category in World , depending on language.

Organizational Development (OD) is concerned with planned change in an organizational context. OD is applied behavioral science targeted at changing the total organization or system. The major goal of OD is increased organizational effectiveness and individual development.

Culture and process are typical high priority targets of OD. Culture consists of basic assumptions, values, and norms of behavior that are viewed as the correct way to perceive, think, and feel. As culture has a heavy influence on both thinking and feeling even in highly technical/scientific fields, culture change is seen as necessary for lasting organizational improvement/ change/ transformation.

Primary distinguishing characteristics of OD include:

  • Focus on culture and process.
  • Encourages collaboration between leaders and members in managing culture and process.
  • Teams and groups are typical targets of intervention.
  • Focus on the human and social aspects of the organization and in so doing also intervenes in the technological and structural aspects.
  • Problem solving and decision making at all levels.
  • System thinking and total system change.
  • Goal to improve the organizations ability to solve its own problems.
  • Continuous learning and self-reflection / self-analysis.
  • Action Research - a participative model of iterative diagnosis and taking action.
  • Seeks the betterment of both individuals and the organization.

Topics or fields that use methods also used in OD include: the learning organization, change management, organizational transformation, knowledge management, leadership, meeting facilitation/ effective meetings, process analysis, process improvement and business process re-engineering (BPR), strategic planning, total quality improvement, team building. Most of these topics or fields have their own sub-categories in the directory.

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There is currently no description created for this category.

This category comprises web sites about Consulting businesses and individuals specifically related to strategic planning.

Excluded from this category are:

Resources for Strategic Planning. ----------- This category is devoted to Strategic Planning: a process by which we can envision the future and develop the necessary procedures and operations to influence and achieve that future. The strategic plan answers six primary questions: Why are we in business? How do we do business? Where are we now? Where do we want to be? How can we get there? How will we know we've arrived? Commercial sites are listed to the extent that they are not just promotional but actually contain information or resources of value to those interested in strategic planning.
Hi. Welcome to the Management: Strategy and Forecasting (S+F) category, a place for forward thinkers.

In S+F we''re looking for sites rich with advice, knowledge, theory, and procedures on these two related topics. Please add your most used pointers to journal articles, white papers, case studies, analyses, reading lists and reviews, curricula, professional associations, related conferences, newsgroups, analysis, and how-to''s.

Related categories:

Do you offer templates or programs to help in analysis or forecasting? We''ll refer your site to the S+F Software sub-category.

Do you know of sources for input to strategy formulation or to forecasting processes? These belong in the S+F Resources sub-category. While raw data and collected statistics are welcome, directories and collections that point to multiple sources are especially welcome.

If you are a consulting firm, we''ll refer your listing to the S+F Guidance category. Feel free to submit a portion of your site separately from your company listing if it provides content appropriate to one of the other S+F categories.

Got big decisions to make? Strategy is a process for thinking those choices through. This category collects sites on strategic thought and action. Thinking ahead is basic. But the techniques for describing the future are sophisticated. Some of these sites provide ways of estimating, assessing, and using possible futures to frame decisions. These sites should introduce you to interesting ideas that lay the groundwork for policy formulation, business plans, and your organization's path through the future.
Supply Chain in Management category of Business.
Value Based Management is the management approach that ensures organizations/companies are run consistently on value (normally maximizing shareholder value).
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