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Decision Making

Decision-making is a very important skill. We all have to make and implement decisions that affect our lives and work. It's very easy to procrastinate when making decisions, so having a process to follow can be very useful.

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9 November 2023

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The Process of Training

The training process is the best place to start if you want to have a quick and significant improvement in the efficiency of your training.

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7 November 2023

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Quote of the Week

"The only thing to do with good advice is pass it on; it is never of any use to oneself."

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

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5 November 2023

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How to Avoid Grievances

How to manage your people's concerns, problems and complaints so there is no need for a formal grievance.

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2 November 2023

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Management By Objectives

Management by Objectives (MBO) was first suggested by Peter Drucker in 1954 and popularised through the efforts of George Odiorne, John Humble and others. MBO is a comprehensive management system based on measurable and participatively set objectives.

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31 October 2023

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Quote of the Week

"What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare."

William Henry Davis (1871-1940)

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29 October 2023

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T-Charts are used in education, research, problem-solving and decision-making. They are helpful when comparing two concepts, listing pros and cons, outlining arguments or organising data for analysis.

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25 October 2023

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Quotients and Remainders

Dividing one number (the dividend) by another number (the divisor) to give a whole number (the quotient) and a remainder is fairly straightforward. However, it is easy to make a mistake, so I wrote a Python script to help me avoid errors.

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24 October 2023

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