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    Second annual State of Citizen Development Report from QuickBase Inc. reveals average time to build an application is less than 2 weeks for citizen development vs. more than 2 months for traditional development.

  • Process Improvement Playbook: Overcoming the Hurdles of Manual Processes in the Workplace eBook
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    Interview with Guy Kawasaki on innovation through democratization, the power of owning a niche and the value of “making meaning” vs. “making money.”

  • Begin the Process Improvement Journey With Repeatable Processes

    It’s really easy to avoid making process changes in a company that feels like “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” After all, dedicating time and effort to making business changes can be expensive.

  • Boost a Team’s Emotional Intelligence for Better Business…

    Research shows that emotional intelligence (EQ) can lead to better outcomes than a person’s IQ.

  • Team Productivity – Stories of the Week

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  • Understanding the Hidden Cost of Spreadsheets eBook
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    What happens when the sponsor leaves the company while the project is in progress? Does the project just die?

  • Steve Spear on Process Improvement — Avoid Zombie-Like Thinking

    Today’s leaders need to be far more proactive and intentional about not only pursuing process improvement but making it a distinctive part of their leadership approach.