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The Power of a Well-Written Email: How to Apply Instructional Design Practices To Everyday Emails


This blog focuses on how successful instructional designers use their communications skills and experience to create impactful emails.

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When and When Not to use RACI: A Checklist


The RACI tool (Responsible, Authorize, Consult, Inform) has been around for a long time. You may have seen one of its variations – like RASIC, or DICE – all are designed to help us organize work.

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Prioritizing LMS Requirements Using the MoSCoW Method


To make the most informed decision when evaluating and selecting a Learning Management System, the business and technical requirements need to be properly prioritized.

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Include Lost Opportunity in Cost of Training


Two methods for calculating the cost of lost opportunity are the labor cost method and the value contribution method. This article explains both methods.

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Gaining Efficiencies with Trade Compliance Program Development


This article focuses on how successful trade compliance functions maintain their trade compliance capacity while expanding their programs and implementing new solutions.

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Why Staff Augmentation?


Anyone that’s ever worked on a new system implementation, a merger and acquisition, or a downsizing or expansion understands the value of having the right number of resources at the right time.

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The Power of a Well-Written Email: How to Apply Instructional Design Practices To Everyday Emails

This blog focuses on how successful instructional designers use their communications skills and experience to create impactful emails.

READ MORE

When and When Not to use RACI: A Checklist

A checklist to help you decide when it’s worth pulling RACI off the shelf and put it to work.

The RACI tool (Responsible, Authorize, Consult, Inform) has been around for a long time. You may have seen one of its variations – like RASIC, or DICE – all are designed to help us organize work.

READ MORE

Prioritizing LMS Requirements Using the MoSCoW Method

A very useful technique is to use a meaningful word set such as the MoSCoW method.

To make the most informed decision when evaluating and selecting a Learning Management System, the business and technical requirements need to be properly prioritized.

READ MORE

Include Lost Opportunity in Cost of Training

Although often overlooked, the cost of lost opportunity is an important factor to consider when calculating the total cost of training.

Two methods for calculating the cost of lost opportunity are the labor cost method and the value contribution method. This article explains both methods.

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Gaining Efficiencies with Trade Compliance Program Development

As trade operations grow in volume and locations, and regulations are changed or added, the practice of remaining compliant challenges trade compliance staff, processes, and systems.

This article focuses on how successful trade compliance functions maintain their trade compliance capacity while expanding their programs and implementing new solutions.

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Why Staff Augmentation?

5 Benefits of Supplementing Your Workforce

Anyone that’s ever worked on a new system implementation, a merger and acquisition, or a downsizing or expansion understands the value of having the right number of resources at the right time.

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