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The [KM] World According to CIRP?

by George Ball

If, as some say, knowledge is power, knowledge with context is intellectual capital, and that may be even more valuable.

Middleware Is Everywhere!

by Andre Leclerc

With everyone going "dotcom," there is a big need to tie front- and back-end systems together. The solution is somewhere in the middleware.

Reward and Recognition: Better Than a Swift Kick in the Rear

by Joe Wynne

Was it your grandmother who said, "You get more flies with honey than with vinegar"? Why Granny wanted to get flies, I'll never know, but when you're trying to get happy, productive, team members, positive reinforcement is the honey you've been looking for.

Crossing Functional Boundaries

by Bradley S. Litt

Getting your organization to look past the functional view of their business process can be difficult. When it comes down to it, the greatest value lies in understanding and evaluating the process beyond functional boundaries.

Turning Plans Into Action

by Tom Keenze

What are you doing? If you're like most American businesses, you aren't doing anything except talking and planning. Here's the message: It you want something done, just do it.

Are You Ready?

by Frank Winters

Sooner or later, all of your planning is going to get put into action, and reviews are an inevitability. Ready or not, here it comes.

Gentlemen, Start Your Templates

by Dave Paradi

Or ladies, as the case may be. Apply the concept of reusability to your project plans and you will be able to develop a consistent, detailed project plan quickly. WBS templates are a good start.

Making Your Commitment to SFA Succeed

by Tom Keenze

Making sales force automation part of your CRM efforts isn't as crazy at it might sound. In fact, it's a great step toward complete customer and client care.

Adios! Au Revoir!... Catch ya later!

by Miriam Ziemelis

The day will come when your most valued employee will say good-bye! Is your company conducting exit interviews? Most companies today do conduct exit interviews with most or all of the employees who are leaving the company. However, some managers and employees wonder what an exit interview really produces? What makes a constructive, productive exit interview? Let's review who should conduct the interview, when and where it should be held and finally what information to cover during that process to obtain optimum results.


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