Forging Ahead

September 24, 2006 by · Comment
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In virtually any role, for any project or task of reasonable duration, there will be times when your energy and motivation to forge ahead are not at their peak. Indeed, for some tasks it can be difficult to even begin the work. That nasty call you have to make, the mundane tasks that you dread, the huge project and its looming deadline that you have yet to start. Read more

Data Integrity

September 17, 2006 by · Comment
Filed under: Process 

Generally, the suggestion that you should never argue with the data is a good one to follow, but there are clearly some caveats. There may be challenges with the measurer or the subject being measured, or both. Read more

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