6 Simple Questions That Will Help You Understand Employee Satisfaction

We naturally assume we provide great work environments for our employees. I'm guessing most of us do anyway.  If asked, I'd bet most of you would say, with exception of one or two, most employees in my practice are happy with their employment. But can we be certain of this assumption?  If you want to put your assumptions to the challenge (and you are brave enough to receive the feedback) consider asking employees … [Read more...]

Do You Know About The Section On Administration and Practice Management ?

You know that feeling you get when you visit a great restaurant, vacation at an awesome resort or perhaps see a great stage show and you can't help but to tell everybody you encounter they have to check it out too? I get that feeling with SOAPM.    I've mentioned SOAPM before on the blog, but for those that know, SOAPM is one of the best - if not the best - resource for pediatricians that have an interest in learning the ins and out of … [Read more...]

10 Question You Must Ask If You Want Your Project To Succeed

When you observe large organizations, the kind that have MBAs, experienced managers and directors, a savvy CEO and a lot of resources, you would assume they succeed at every single project they do. They have the brain power, the money and the experience. Why would they not succeed? But the reality is, projects fail all the time. They take longer than expected, are often over budget, conflicts emerge, sometimes people get fired, others quit and … [Read more...]