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Roy Glocke

Roy E. Glocke is a recognized expert in business management who brings with him more than 35 years of experience in the microbial culture industry. Mr. 163 more words

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Over at AITS.org -- The Human Equation in Project Management

Approaches to project management have focused on the systems, procedures, and software put in place to determine progress and likely outcomes. These outcomes are usually expressed in terms of cost, schedule, and technical achievement against the project requirements and framing assumptions—the oft-cited three-legged stool of project management.  27 more words

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Like Tinker to Evers to Chance: BI to BA to KDD

It’s spring training time in sunny Florida, as well as other areas of the country with mild weather and baseball. For those of you new to the allusion, it comes from a poem by… 1,362 more words

Project Management

The biggest challenges Businesses face today

What are the biggest challenges businesses face today, was the question posed to members of the Business Exposure Group at a recent meeting, and below are the 10 most pressing concerns. 348 more words

Business Discussion

Taking your Business to the next level

In today’s confusing economy many business owners are in need of a jolt – something that will help their company grow.  But what are the ways to find an edge in a crowded market, to find new ways to sell your product or services? 357 more words

Business Discussion

Over at AITS.org -- In Defense of Empiricism

What is the responsibility of those in high tech for ensuring that that their products are used in an ethical manner?  That information management is a product of empiricism is self-evident.  68 more words

Project Management

Execution is the key to a successful business and entrepreneurship

Execution is the key to a successful business and entrepreneurship

Ideas are born dime a dozen, but, without a plan to execute and without an actual implementation followed by tracking the same, any idea, however great it might be, will never be viable as a business.

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