Category Archives: Services

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Lindsay Pack

As an extension of a science fair project, a 14-year-old from Pittsburgh recently determined that the U.S. government could save $234 million annually just by changing the font used in official government documents from Times New Roman to Garamond. While

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Ross Brindle

Late last year, I had the privilege of working with the World LP Gas Association (WLPGA) and its member companies on something truly inspiring: Cooking For Life. Cooking For Life is a global campaign to reduce death and illness caused

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Lindsay Kishter
Write Short. Be Heard.
Lindsay KishterApril 29, 2014

The internet did a funny thing: it gave us unlimited space to communicate ideas, while flooding us so full of information that we barely read. Information now travels through headlines and tweets, where length is measured in characters, rather than

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Ross Brindle

At the Society of Automotive Engineers’ 2014 World Congress & Exhibition, the American Chemistry Council’s Plastics Division released an updated roadmap that will help automakers and their suppliers dramatically enhance fuel efficiency in vehicles through the adoption of plastics and polymer

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Warren Hunt

It has been said that “nonprofit is a tax status, not a business strategy.” Perhaps you’ve also heard the phrase “no money, no mission.” The reality is that nonprofits need financial resources to accomplish the good they seek to do—and

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Sarah Lichtner

Over the past few years, I’ve worked on a number of projects that required synthesizing large amounts of data to develop communications materials that convey key messages clearly and accurately. While the kinds and amount of data, topic areas, and

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Jack Eisenhauer
Collaborative Planning Dos and Don’ts
Jack EisenhauerApril 8, 2014

Collaborative planning typically cuts across organizations, disciplines, and geographies and can be very challenging. If no single organization is in charge, chaos may prevail; when one is, the organization may be viewed with suspicion, or worse resentment. Different organizations and

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Lindsay Pack

Every day, more than 100 billion business emails are sent and received. And if, like me, you feel that you personally receive most of them, you may not be that far off: the average person spends a reported 28% of

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Patrick White
Is a Webinar Right for You?
Patrick WhiteMarch 25, 2014

We’ve discussed the importance of facilitation before, but what happens when you don’t have everyone in the same room? Tele-working and virtually working with colleagues has become the norm thanks to improvements in technologies making it easier and cheaper to

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Ross Brindle

I’ve written before about technology roadmapping, offering ten tips for successfully building your roadmap. But once you’ve built your roadmap, what’s next? How can you use your roadmap effectively? First, let’s define two broad categories of technology roadmaps: Roadmaps built

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