• How To Develop Metrics For Your Business Processes

    Rick Smith, Director of Business Analysis and Process Improvement at Yale University (aka “The Metrics Guy”) provides advice on how to get value from measuring your processes.

  • How To Decide Which Business Process To Fix First

    When several business processes need work and there are limited resources to get it done, it can be

  • How To Manage A Project When The Sponsor Is Missing In Action…

    Sometimes project sponsors are appointed to projects by senior leadership and for various reasons just aren’t engaged in

  • Can You Be A Success Managing Remotely?

    We talk a lot about remote teams or remote workers, but there’s not a lot of discussion about

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  • Three Reasons to Attend Face-to-Face Conference Events

    Hundreds of conferences are scheduled every year covering a variety of topics. If you’ve decided to attend a

  • 3 Steps to Take to Ensure Consistency in Your Business

    Consistency in the way you accomplish work can save your business time and money, and give you a

  • How To Tell If A Business Process Is Broken

    Broken business processes can cost your business a lot of money in terms of time and actual cash

  • What the Army Taught Business About Project Failure Causes

    When a project fails, companies typically rush into the “blame game” with fingers pointed directly at the project

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  • Red Flags That Indicate Your Project Is Headed For Failure

    Failure doesn’t normally happen on a project without some up front warning. You need to watch out for

  • Tactics For Dealing with Scope Change on a Project

    Scope change is inevitable on a project. This can be caused by new discoveries during the project, external