Category Archives: Services

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Sarah Lichtner
Nexight Skills Are Life Skills
Sarah LichtnerApril 8, 2016

At Nexight, we regularly apply our diverse technical expertise and tested facilitation, strategic planning, and communication techniques to help our clients solve their most challenging problems. These skills are so effective at developing actionable solutions that I’ve used them to

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Ross Brindle

Technology roadmaps are an essential planning tool that can be tricky to develop and implement successfully. Nexight CEO Ross Brindle offers five tips for developing your own effective technology roadmap.

Lindsay Pack

Just as we were excited to celebrate Nexight’s five-year anniversary last June, we are thrilled to announce another five-year milestone: our technical communications have again won awards from the Washington, DC – Baltimore Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) annual

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Jenn Ganss

Many of today’s top companies—like Apple and Target—use their logos prominently and consistently, making their brand and the quality it promises immediately recognizable. For companies who sell services in addition to products, company marketing relies heavily on what you say,

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Kendra Chappell
A Simple Tool for More-Effective Decision-Making
Kendra ChappellFebruary 23, 2016

You make decisions every day, but when it comes to business decisions, how you make those decisions can help determine your success. Do any of these stories sound familiar? Your team agrees you’ve found the perfect person to fill a

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Kendra Chappell
Three Simple Steps to Plan for Project Success
Kendra ChappellDecember 3, 2015

It may sound strange, but as an amateur sailor, I often think about how being at sea is similar to project management. If you have ever sailed, you understand how important it is to know your final destination. The wind

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Patrick White

Small project teams typically communicate and collaborate constantly, which makes coordinating and approving individual tasks easy. However, as teams get larger or work in different parts of an organization, it becomes important to clearly define the roles and responsibilities of

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Brooke Ehrenberg
Is a DMV for drones in our future?
Brooke EhrenbergNovember 13, 2015

Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), often referred to as drones, have become increasingly popular in the last few years. Real estate companies are utilizing them to take pictures of property, Amazon is testing them as a delivery service, and aircraft enthusiasts

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Christiana Sherman

Statistics saturate our lives. Percentages plaster our billboards, gross numbers leap out at us from headlines, and weather probabilities fill our morning and evening news. But statistics can be tricky—their credibility depends on a lot of factors, like context and

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Patrick White
3 Steps to Building a Decision Matrix
Patrick WhiteOctober 30, 2015

We’ve all been in a situation during a meeting when the group needs to come to a decision and choose one or more options among several contenders. This often happens while brainstorming potential projects, market opportunities, or even locations for

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