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PNRC NAHRO Conference Session: HUD OIG Audits- What to Expect and How to Prepare

This is my first attempt at trying to share some of the session material being presented at our annual conference in Portland.  Please tell me if you find it helpful. 863 more words

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Here’s a Public Service Announcement for your Monday: confirming your email should never be required to unsubscribe from a mailing list. I’m sure I’ll hear from someone who has an example of an edge case where it’s necessary, but the vast majority of cases should require no such thing. 114 more words


When You Hit a Wall

“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.”             Henry Ford

After leaving high-tech I had a chance to pursue a passion, team-building. 497 more words


No Tech Day

This year I decided to really challenge myself and my students during our school’s Earth Week activities. I decided to run every class on the Friday of that week with no technology. 848 more words

Why Do I Need a Business Intelligence Solution?

Many small business owners and managers have been slow to adopt Business Intelligence (BI), mainly due to lack of knowledge of what exactly BI is, it can be time-consuming to review and there is a concern that it really has any benefit for them. 499 more words

NARI Certified Professional A Cut Above the Rest

Certifications Lead Professionalism

I started my career in the remodeling industry in the mid-1980s. Over the past several decades the field has advanced largely due to access to the internet, HGTV and sites like Houzz and Pinterest. 94 more words


New Video to Introduce the TAR Course

We are continuing to upgrade the e-Discovery Team’s free TAR Course. The latest improvements include the addition of “homework assignments” to the first ten classes. 219 more words