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467Edward HappNoThe Four S'sAdvisory Boards Serve by supporting, being a sounding board, steering and selling
471Edward HappNo3D ThinkingVisualization sometimes needs to be translated into flat-earth models
Hide details for Analysis   ( 3 Stories )Analysis ( 3 Stories )
310Edward HappNoHere's the pageAnticipate the questions
482Edward HappNoWhat do you see?Pay attention to what's missing
484Edward HappNoDreamThe focus on all the moving parts can lose sight of the whole
Hide details for Architecture   ( 1 Story )Architecture ( 1 Story )
236Edward HappNoPlug compatibleFor architecture, you need to understand the plugs
Hide details for Budget Mgmt   ( 2 Stories )Budget Mgmt ( 2 Stories )
185Edward HappYesFive ways to create budgetYou can stretch what you have
194Edward HappNoEvergreenDon't fall victim to the winter of obsolescence
Hide details for Careers   ( 4 Stories )Careers ( 4 Stories )
191Edward HappNoFive CareersCareers don't end; they change into something new
470Edward HappNoFourteen JobsWith so much change, what is your personal mission?
472Edward HappYesWhat do I need to do to get a job?Build your story a credential at a time
473Edward HappNoDrinking from the fire-hoseBeing overwhelmed is a sign you won't be bored in three months
Hide details for Change Mgmt   ( 22 Stories )Change Mgmt ( 22 Stories )
6Edward HappYesLeave your SignatureStyle matters; leave your signature
44Edward HappYesGiving the Third to the ArchitectYou have to give one to the developers
71Edward HappNoThe Benefits of PainThe pain of change needs to be less than the pain of the status quo
81Edward HappYesA Red-Button PartyWhen you find a problem, celebrate: it's an opportunity to ratchet up the quality
95Edward HappYesPerfection and ProcrastinationOnly when the pain of avoiding a task exceeds the pain doing a task "perfectly," will the probability rise high enough for success.
101Edward HappNo1,008 RejectionsPersistence pays
145Edward HappNoLeading IndicatorsThere are no perfect data
158Edward HappNoWho is your client?The expectations of service we have from others is the expectation we must have for ourselves
163Edward HappNoThe case of the customer problem callThe customer is not the quality assurance department
175Edward HappNoHitting a tree in the desertA mistake repeated is not a lesson learned
184Edward HappNoGood filters, clear waterStrategy is about choice: filtering in the yes, and out the no
190Edward HappNoStanding StillThose who stand still are the ones who get hit by the train

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