Category: Managements

IMPERATIVE I – CREATE A VISION

IMPERATIVE I –
CREATE A VISION
The degree to
which we can succeed is first of all determined by the degree to which we
understand what is required.
It has been said
that, for a person who does not know where he/she is going, any road will do.
Vision derives
from the word meaning “see”, and rela

Memory Management System (MMS)

Memory Management System (MMS)
What is MMS?
The Memory Management
System (MMS) was developed with the commercial user in mind. Meaning, MMS was engineered to be running 24
hours a day 7 days a week with no user intervention needed. We have a version of MMS integrated into our
commercial softwar

DELEGATION

DELEGATION
Here is a seven step system which is designed to
overcome the reservations we may have over delega 515g69f tion.
1.            
Explain
Why you are delegating
2.            
Define
the Outcome you desire
3.            
Explain
what Resources are availa

Your Vision for Success

Your Vision for Success
To maximize the results you achieve
in each of your Categories of Improvement (Personal and Professional), you will
create your vision for each of these Categories. You
will come back to this vision every week to inspire yourself, keep
yourself associated to the reasons this

Activities Don’t Count . . . So Don’t Count Them

Activities Don’t Count . . .
So Don’t Count Them
A Little Story about Counting
Once upon a time, a project manager (whose
customer service project contained a large information system component) needed
high productivity from the programming staff. The PM argued long and hard that
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A Bonsai-Guide on How to Train

trained and supported by
A Bonsai-Guide on How to Train
0. Be prepared.Know your topic (or know how to fake it well). Make sure you have a
logical flow, and evaluate the time needed 11411l1113l for each session. Adapt to your
audience and what they know. Know what role you have to play. (Is it a
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