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Motivation vs. Inspiration, Written by, Phil Ventresca, M.B.A.

In the past, the word motivate was so overused it simply became a cliché.   I have always found that the…

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Take Care of the Back Office, Written by David Wallis

Take Care of the Back Office Every now and again I get a timely reminder that the external image of…

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Connecting processes, systems, data and your car, Written by Gregory Shumaker

In my thirty plus years in management and system integration consulting, I’ve found the use of car analogies can aid…

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Minimally Invasive Process Improvement, Written by Phil Ventresca, M.B.A.

Process, according to Webster, is defined as a natural phenomenon marked by gradual changes that lead toward a particular result:…

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No Gain Without Pain, Written by David Wallis

I was fortunate to listen to a number of the Webcasts from the Credit Suisse Industrials Conference this week and…

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Leading vs. Managing Time, Written by Frank Ferrante

Time – the most objective reality there is (a minute is a minute), yet the most subjectively perceived; it flies…

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The Career Stagnation Trap, Written by Frank Ferrante

I know people who have been with a company twenty-five years and I also know people who have been with…

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