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How Do You Use Planning to Achieve Your Education and Job Goals?

There seem to be two types of people in this world; the go-with-the-flow individuals and the intense planners. While both have their own benefits, you cannot simply rely on pure luck to achieve your educational or job goals. That requires planning, dedication, consistency, and motivation. How do you use planning to achieve your education and job goals? Continue reading How Do You Use Planning to Achieve Your Education and Job Goals?

How Do You Use Action Planning to Achieve Your Vision?

Your end-to-end process design defines your organizations capability to deliver your strategy and vision,. You’ll begin to see a number of gaps between your future state (the vision of where you want to go) and your current state (where you are today). These gaps will need to be closed and to do this we need to start action planning. How do you use action planning to achieve your vision? Continue reading How Do You Use Action Planning to Achieve Your Vision?

What Documented Information is Required for ISO 9001:2015?

The ISO 9001 2015 standard has a number of document requirements and specifically calls out 7.5.3 Control of Documented information. To understand what documents or a records are required (the new standard does not make a distinction) first let’s clarify what are documents and records.

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Is a Masters in Business Administration Worth It?

An Masters in Business Administration (MBA) will equip you for a career in a variety of roles and help you develop leadership skills and knowledge that are transferable, regardless of the sector you choose to work in. You may also wish to start your own company or corporation, an MBA can set you up to do this. Is a Masters in Business Administration Worth It? Here are 5 benefits of studying for an MBA. Continue reading Is a Masters in Business Administration Worth It?

What Is Plan Do Check Act (PDCA)?

Sounds easy in principle, doesn’t it? Just plan your work and work your plan. So, why is “plan do check act” so difficult in practice? Using the Plan Do Check Act (PDCA) method is like climbing a hill: it starts out easy but gets harder the higher up you go. What Is Plan Do Check Act (PDCA)? Continue reading What Is Plan Do Check Act (PDCA)?

What Will Trade Show Look Like in the Future?

It seems that almost every industry has been affected by COVID, changing business communications and relationships. Most will be feeling the effects well beyond when it is no longer a societal concern. The trade show industry is one of them. During the last few years, with so many people hesitant to gather in large rooms to buy and sell products and services and exchange ideas, trade shows were nearly nonexistent.  What will Trade Show look like in the future?

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How Do You Figure Out How Much Cash a Company Needs?

Business Capital is the most critical component that fuels your company and keeps it safe from sharks in the banking world. Without it, organizations can’t grow. or you may be bootstrapping your startup, but how do you figure out how much cash a company needs? Continue reading How Do You Figure Out How Much Cash a Company Needs?

What are the Steps to Disaster Management Planning?

A disaster is any event that will significantly impact your company’s operations — and I mean Anything. Traditionally, this means a hurricane, fire, flood, or earthquake. Non-traditionally, this means a toxic waste release, computer system crash, power outage, labor strike, community illness and many others. Unfortunately, disasters happen more frequently than we would prefer. So how can you use disaster management planning to make sure you’re prepared? Continue reading What are the Steps to Disaster Management Planning?

Guide to Changing Your Current Business Operations

The new decade is here, and with it comes a billion new expectations for your company.  What you do now can set your company up for success, or it can be your downfall. Facilitating organizational change is easy to theorize and come up with, but putting it into action can cause a lot of problems.  Here are the top tips for moving forward with a change: A Guide to Changing your Current Business Operations. Continue reading Guide to Changing Your Current Business Operations