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From Ordinary Improvements to Breakthrough Progress

Teams make most improvements. This article looks at how you can go from making ordinary improvements into accomplishing breakthrough, exponential progress by selecting the right team and leader.


How to Turn "20:20 Hindsight" into "20:20 Foresight"

By incrementally capturing 20:20 hindsight (lessons learned) and turning that hindsight into 20:20 foresight (best practices), you will achieve far greater long-term success than if you simply ignore or forget what occurred once a project ends. This approach can greatly reduce the negative effects of attrition on a company's intellectual assets when people leave because they quit, retire, are laid off, or were temporary workers to begin with.


The one project missing from your strategic plan.

It's a given for your business: you want next year to be different than this year. And so all kinds of projects and tasks end up on your to-do list. Marketing, office structures, product/offer creation, client care, technology. Very important, this doing of things. Without action, very little manifests, no matter how clear your intentions are. And yet, will next year look different? What gives? Is it too much action?


How To Build A Timber Deck

Decks are one of the most popular DIY (do it yourself) home improvement projects, every year nearly 1.1 million home owners build decks without any professional help. If you are planning on building a deck on your own, here are a few things you need to keep in mind before you start working on your deck.

Published: 7-Apr-2014

Facts About IT And Offshore Companies

The management and support of computer hardware and software is known as information technology. It will deal with the computers and software, which will store, convert and do various other applications with information. Though the West was the hub for this industry ever since the computer systems and modern technology became available, things have changed today.

Published: 2-Mar-2014

What Rushing Your Design Project Really Means

If you don't plan to allow enough time for your project to be designed, printed and delivered, then you may still be able to have your project completed in time, but the design will have to be rushed. This means that your designer will put aside other client's work and work late nights, even weekends, to get your project out - but at a price. And the price takes several forms other than just financial.

Published: 2-Feb-2014