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Introduction 2012 was an incredibly busy year for our Business Excellence Solutions collaboration! As an entity, we have grown to the point where we have had to revisit our structure to ensure that we continue seamless support of our diverse … Continue reading
Since my last update, our team has been extraordinarily busy with a wide variety of new projects. This post discusses some of the highlights of the work we are doing. First and foremost, as mentioned in our last post, we … Continue reading
Summary of Activities for 2011 2011 turned out to be a busy year! During this year we worked with a number of key clients and performed challenging and rewarding work. Among others, clients this year included: The United States Department … Continue reading
An Update on Recent Activities If you have checked in to look for blog updates since mid-summer, you will have undoubtedly noticed that there was silence. For those waiting for the next posting on relating to the “Twelve Tips for … Continue reading
Recent Activities You may have noticed that my next posting on leadership has not yet appeared on our blog. Frankly, this is because, as the blog’s principal editor, I simply got too busy. My apologies to anyone who has been … Continue reading
It has been a busy and exciting time for Business Excellence Solutions as we continue to expand our client list and our services resume. Providing a wide variety of services to our diverse client-base is one of the most rewarding … Continue reading
Perhaps ironically or perhaps predictably, as the recession took its toll on the country and on its workplaces, many organizations found they needed more help in communication and conflict resolution. Organizations found that their workplaces were more prone to conflict … Continue reading