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Morey Stettner is the editor of Managing People at Work and the author of five business books, including Skills for New Managers (McGraw-Hill). Based in Portsmouth, N.H., he coaches executives on their communication skills.

Reap Rewards of Lower Energy Costs

When it comes to energy efficiency, advances occur at a rapid clip. New tools, technologies and tracking mechanisms make it increasingly easy to collect data and make cost-saving moves. Here's how to track power use and enlist allies to boost workplace energy efficiency.

How Can Entrepreneurs Impress Their Bank?

In these tight credit markets, small business owners need to be prepared. To nab funding at attractive terms, get set to wow a loan officer. What's the first thing you need to do? Know your numbers.

Go Beyond the Annual Performance Review

It's time to rethink the practice of evaluating your employees only once a year. A continual feedback loop will lead to great success and engagement. Here are some painless and productive ways to critique your employees.

Shop Smart for Payroll Providers

As your head count grows, so do payroll hassles. Many companies look to outside vendors to handle payroll responsibilities when it becomes too much to handle in-house. Morey Stettner provides guidance on when and where to outsource.

Harness the Crowd to Run Your Business

Use crowdsourcing to tap a global network and save money.

Controlling Conflict in a Family Business

Internecine battles in closely held firms need not lead to deadly civil wars.

How Vulnerable Is Your Firm to Cyber Crime?

Here's how to reduce your exposure to risks you may not be aware of.
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