The Churchill Documents

Execupundit

It also documents an increasingly testy relationship between Churchill and Roosevelt, as they no longer saw eye to eye over the relative merits of the present Italian campaign versus the impending one in France.

The Document

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Revising a Major Document

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Three Ways Document Management Software Can Streamline Operations

Strategy Driven

No matter what size or type of business you run, chances are, you’re overwhelmed with incoming files – both paper and electronic documents. Document management software can put important documents at your fingertips in seconds and help you keep everything organized.

Professional Development Best Practice 7 – Document ‘I’ll Take Care of You’ Promises

Strategy Driven

The post Professional Development Best Practice 7 – Document ‘I’ll Take Care of You’ Promises appeared first on StrategyDriven. Premium Professional Development career management document promises professional development strategydriven strategydriven professional

Strategic Planning with Biel’s Document Management

Create Learning

For the 3rd year in a row I had the pleasure of facilitating Biel’s Document Management Strategic Plan. We provide innovative document management solutions using digital and microfilm technology.

Complimentary Resource – Document Process Management: The Case for an Integrated Lifecycle Approach

Strategy Driven

Document Process Management : The Case for an Integrated Lifecycle Approach. Learn how you can manage enterprise information and evidentiary records in a well documented and consistent manner, while reducing costs and increasing productivity.

Corrective Action Program – Benefits of Documenting Adverse Conditions and Work Requests

Strategy Driven

Documenting adverse conditions and work requests is an administrative task viewed by some as burdensome and valueless. You just finished reading Corrective Action Program – Benefits of Documenting Adverse Conditions and Work Requests !

Documenting Your Objective Is The Most Important Step

Michael VanBruaene

Documenting your objective is the most important step in planning and implementing your successful project, initiative, meeting, presentation, or just about any activity in which you are to be engaged. The documentation effort compels you to clarify your thinking about what you want to accomplish and your underlying reasoning and values. Documenting your objective drives everything. Documenting your objective can be more challenging than you think.

Corrective Action Program Best Practice 7 – Document Reasons for Condition Report Cancellation or Closure

Strategy Driven

You just finished reading Corrective Action Program Best Practice 7 - Document Reasons for Condition Report Cancellation or Closure ! The post Corrective Action Program Best Practice 7 – Document Reasons for Condition Report Cancellation or Closure appeared first on StrategyDriven.

Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice 29 – Documented and Retained Causal and Action Intelligence

Strategy Driven

You just finished reading Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice 29 - Documented and Retained Causal and Action Intelligence ! Performance measures reflect the organization’s successes and shortfalls over extended periods of time.

Documenting Operating Procedures ? Balancing Usefulness With Cost

Michael VanBruaene

What/Why Submit a Context Document?

David A Fields

A question I was asked… What exactly is a Context Document and why do I need one?… The post What/Why Submit a Context Document? … See my response in the Solo Consultant’s Network. appeared first on David A. Fields.

Start your Meetings with Silent Reading of Shared Documents; Paper Documents! – A Brilliant Practice from Jeff Bezos

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The best, most successful organizations have really good, really useful and productive leadership team meetings. But… what to do in those meetings? Here is one problem. A team gets together to meet. The team members need to “know stuff” before they start the meeting. So, they are sent something to read. But, some put it […]. Randy''s blog entries

Why You Need a Decision Document

Modern Servant Leader

Corporate Cultures – Individual Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment

Strategy Driven

The following characteristics, benefits, risks, and risk mitigators are representative of the Individual Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment. You just finished reading Corporate Cultures - Individual Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment ! The Individual Initiated, Knowledge and Skills Controlled Environment represents a culture that seeks to actively harness and channel worker creativity.

Corporate Cultures – Supervisor Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment

Strategy Driven

The Supervisor Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment represents move toward standardized, centralized control. Subsequently, organizations where work activities are supervisor initiated and controlled by documented processes tend to exhibit a very limited degree of creativity and flexibility. The following characteristics, benefits, risks, and risk mitigators are representative of the Supervisor Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment.

Decision-Making Best Practice 13 – Document the Decision-Making Process

Strategy Driven

Every decision made represents a risk to the organization; some large, others small; some immediate, others latent; some positive, others adverse. Regardless of the impact, it is desirable to have each decision bring optimal benefit to the organization.

Corporate Cultures – Leader Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment

Strategy Driven

The Leader Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment is one of two anchor points on the Culture-based Work Performance Model. The following characteristics, benefits, risks, and risk mitigators are representative of the Leader Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment. You just finished reading Corporate Cultures - Leader Initiated, Documented Processes Controlled Environment !

The importance of documenting failure

Chartered Management Institute

When it comes to research, the publication process is quite clear in its preference for success. You never get to hear of the clinical trials that failed or the experiments that didn’t work. The big journals are wall to wall with experiments that went well. You are not watching this post, click to start watching read more

Get A Second Read On Your Important Documents

Eric Jacobson

When writing important memos, policies, instructions and/or global communications, ask a co-worker or fellow manager to read your document before you distribute it. Sometimes, she (or he) can help you tweak the tone to better fit your document's audience. It likely won't take much time for your co-worker to review your document. In my experience, every time I've asked a fellow employees to preview a document, they've always had good suggestions for improvement.

The Role of Social Collaboration in Knowledge & Document Management #socialbiz

Rapid BI

In organizations there is often confusion between terms such as Knowledge Management, Document Management, Social networking or communications (Lync, Yammer etc) and more recently Social Business or Social Collaboration. Social business is a real buzzword, but what does it mean, and will it impact your business or organization?

Taxes Reformed, Now What?

Lead Change Blog

benefits compensation health insurance healthcare healthcare reform HR policies legal issues documentation Tax reform2017 has been a whirlwind year, and, not to be outdone, the Trump administration has ended it with a bang by passing the tax reform bill.

Professional Development Warning Flag 1 – Over-reliance on the I’ll Take Care of You Boss

Strategy Driven

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How to Document a Performance Review

Harvard Business Review

But while many managers focus their attention on what they’ll say in the face-to-face conversation, they forget the importance of documenting their impressions in the right way. The annual performance review can be stressful.

Corrective Action Program Best Practice 12 – Formally Defined Corrective Action Program

Strategy Driven

Effective corrective action programs engage employees in the identification, documentation, evaluation, prioritization, and resolution of organizational challenges thereby enhancing achievement the organization’s vision, mission, values, and goals.

Stop Documenting, Start Experiencing

Harvard Business Review

The unthinkable happened at a friend's wedding last month. As the groom was asked to confirm his desire to accept the bride as his lawfully wedded wife, he held up his hand, as if to say "wait a minute." The audible gasps among the attendees turned to relieved chuckles as he pulled out his iPhone in the middle of the vows. He was tweeting, "I Do," to his hundred or so followers.

Highly Recommended

Execupundit

An extensive collection of excerpts from diaries and documents on the last days of The Third Reich

What would you put your John Hancock on? | The Organized.

The Organized Executive's Blog

The Declaration of Independence Those weren’t empty words at the end of the document we celebrate this July 4 holiday. After they signed the document, Benjamin Franklin said to John Hancock “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.”

5 Ideas To Ensure That Lessons are 'Really' Learned

QAspire

You then document these lessons in a nice looking template and share it with all stakeholders before getting onto the next project. Lessons-Learned ” often end up being “ Lessons-Documented-In-Last-Project-That-Are-Going-To-Show-Up-Again ”.

'Smart' phones aren't, so read before you send | The Organized.

The Organized Executive's Blog

Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 2/4/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

I hope that at least a few of these recent posts will be of interest to you: BOOK REVIEWS Creative Conspiracy: The New Rules of Breakthrough Collaboration Leigh Thompson This Will Make You Smarter: New Scientific Concepts to Improve Your Thinking John Brockman, Editor Unrelenting Innovation: How to Build a Culture for Market Dominance Gerard [.]. Bob's blog entries "Here’s an easy IQ test for really intelligent people" "How Do Innovators Think?" "How

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Computer Security

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FutureLawyer tells what to do if you clicked on the Google document attached to a scam email

Nicholas Carr: Schools should beware the e-book bandwagon

First Friday Book Synopsis

Rick Perry The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains” there are many things that digital documents can do that printed pages can’tIn an article featured by the Dallas Morning News (“Our fleeting focus,&# Sunday, August 7, 2011), Nicholas Carr says that, given what we know now, schools should be wary of replacing textbooks with e-readers. I agree. In fact, I think everyone should be wary of replacing bound volumes with e-readers or replacing e-readers with bound [.].

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N2Growth Leadership Academy Recognized by Sioux Falls

N2Growth Blog

Click the link below to view the document. Top 10 2017_Human Resources_City of Sioux Falls. The post N2Growth Leadership Academy Recognized by Sioux Falls appeared first on The Executive Hub. Communication

48 U.S. Companies Named “Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles”

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here is the first portion of an article featured by Talent Management magazine. To see the list of 48 companies, check out all the resources, and sign up for a free subscription to the Talent Management and Chief Learning Officer magazines published by MedfiaTec, please click here. * * * The National Business Group on [.]. Bob's blog entries 48 U.S.

Traction: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business Gino Wickman Virtual CEO (2011) Without traction, no individual or organization accomplishes anything. As I began to read this book, I was reminded of a book co-authored by Chip and Dan Heath in which they explain why a few ideas “stick&# but most don’t. It can also be [.].

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Onboarding: A book review by Bob Morris

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Onboarding: How to Get Your New Employees Up to Speed in Half the Time George Bradt and Mary Vonnegut John Wiley & Sons (2009) To the best of my knowledge, there is no better single source for expert guidance on onboarding. As George Bradt and Mary Vonnegut explain in the first chapter of this book, [.].

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Glut: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Glut: Mastering Information Through the Ages Alex Wright Cornell University Press ((2007) How and why “the torch song of technological transcendentalism has passed from the visionary fringe into cultural mainstream” Alex Wright explains that in this volume, he approaches the story of the information age “by squarely looking backward&# and along the way, he (and [.].

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Protected: How to Construct a Perfect Proposal

David A Fields

Agreements Closing Consultants Fees Proposals Templates agreements closing Consultative selling Context Discussion Context Document fees proposals writing There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.