Monthly Archives: October 2012

My Answers from LinkedIn (Fifth in an Occasional Series)

Do Good Trainers really NEED PowerPoint? I’m not a fan of PowerPoint, and find it too restrictive for learner-centric training. So, I don’t create PowerPoint slides for my materials unless they are specifically requested. Am I out of step with … Continue reading

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My Answers from LinkedIn (Fourth in an Occasional Series)

As noted in the first post of this series, I am posting answers to procedure and training-related questions posted on the LinkedIn groups I participate in. As appropriate, I will expand on answers here (read, I thought of additional things … Continue reading

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My Answers from LinkedIn (Third in an Occasional Series)

As noted in the first post of this series, I am posting answers to procedure and training-related questions posted on the LinkedIn groups I participate in. As appropriate, I will expand on answers here (read, I thought of additional things … Continue reading

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My Answers from LinkedIn (Second of an Occasional Series)

As noted in the first post of this series, I am posting answers to procedure and training-related questions posted on the LinkedIn groups I participate in. As appropriate, I will expand on answers here (read, I thought of additional things … Continue reading

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My Answers from LinkedIn (First of an Occasional Series)

I have been an active participant in several LinkedIn groups, most of which are concerned with Technical Writing and Training and Development. (Note to LinkedIn: I have been waiting months for some groups to act on my request to join.) … Continue reading

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A Return to First Principles (Part 12), Institutionalizing the Process

The outcome of the process analysis effort is that I have defined the very best way I currently know how to perform the process. That is, I know the way to most effectively achieve the process desired outcomes with minimal … Continue reading

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A Return to First Principles (Part 11b), Unearthing the Treasure!

Process analysis and improvement are not for the faint of heart. There is a lot of work that has to take place. I hope the reader appreciates that what I am doing here is scratching the surface of analysis and … Continue reading

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