Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Difference Between Policies and Procedures? — Part 2

(This is the¬†sixth installment in my “Answers from LinkedIn” series. This is also the second part of a two-part response to an issue raised in a LinkedIn group I belong to. Please read the first part before reading this part, … Continue reading

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My Answers from LinkedIn–A Difference Between Policies and Procedures?

(This is the sixth in an occasional series on instructional communication topics.) I am an ardent viewer of the group discussions in my LinkedIn account. Most of the discussions I don’t follow. Many I follow, quite a few I will … Continue reading

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Mr. Procedure Discusses Procedures — Documenting Software (Part 2)

I apologize for the delay in following up part 1. As discussed in part 1, I considered how software might be documented as part of the larger project documenting a task (usually related to the operation of equipment). In such … Continue reading

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