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  • Project Assumptions Can Sometimes Become Risks
    Project Assumptions Can Sometimes Become Risks False assumptions can at times be real project killers, even when the assumptions are considered by some to be “small” assumptions.  Assumptions can potentially lead to an unplanned event during the…
  • Blogging Is Easy
    Blogging Is Easy If you are reading this, blogging is easy. I'll be honest, I didn't read the tutorial on how to do this. I didn't have time. But, I also wanted to get going on blogging, so, I'm jumping in head first, insecurities be damned. I…
  • You Can't Control What's Bigger than Yourself
    You Can't Control What's Bigger than Yourself Here in the great state of Kentucky it’s Derby Day, the first Saturday of May.  The running of the Kentucky Derby is a world famed event, and draws visitors from royalty to rock stars to our state. …
  • The Efficient Business Analyst Adapts Like Flowing Water
    The Efficient Business Analyst Adapts Like Flowing Water Business analysis is all about understanding the structure, policies, and operations of an organization and then recommending a solution that enables the organization to achieve its goals, in…
  • The Business Analysis Automotive Engine Oil Change
    The Business Analysis Automotive Engine Oil Change Business analysis might not by itself deliver business value to the company implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV, but does pave the way for the project team to deliver maximum business value through…
  • I REFUSE!
    I REFUSE! When my kids have visitors to the house almost always, without fail, they show them our laundry room.  It’s sort of their way of saying “See how crazy my mom is!”  Call it an idiosyncrasy, an obsession, or whatever you want, but I like…
  • Customer Service? Optional?
    Customer Service? Optional? I recently looked into purchasing a new home laptop.  While going through the online configuration process, picking everything from hard drive size to software versions, I came to a section about support.  There were…
  • ArcherPoint ERP Project Approach – A Practical Analogy
    ArcherPoint ERP Project Approach – A Practical Analogy At ArcherPoint, we liken an implementation project to the challenge of building a custom home.  It is a great analogy. There is a vision in your mind and pencil is put to paper, adding rooms,…
  • Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
    Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Every Friday morning, my neighbor simply amazes me.  Friday is trash pickup day. When I look outside at the end of my driveway sits our jumbo sized big green Herby Curby for our household of 3 so full that the lid won't…
  • To Multi-Purpose or Not to Multi-Purpose
    To Multi-Purpose or Not to Multi-Purpose If you were to look in my garage you’d find a very important member of our family.  Her name is Vanna, and she’s not just your ordinary mini-van.  She is the Swiss army knife of mini-vans.  For years she was…
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