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Posted On July 28, 2017
Writing is often time-consuming and costly A key concern I’ve picked up from clients in recent months is the time it takes staff to prepare and finalise a written document. Participants in my writing workshops often complain about the length of the document review process, and the number of drafts required before their managers approve […]

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Posted On July 28, 2017
Compliance documentation may be a subject you view as a necessary evil. Necessary because you need it in place to ensure you comply with government and industry regulations, keep your staff and customers safe, and that your staff can carry out their work effectively and efficiently. You may also see it as evil because writing […]

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Posted On July 28, 2017
As an experienced facilitator of a range of writing courses, I’m getting more and more requests from organisations and individuals looking for courses on writing business cases. So, what is a business case? Typically, a business case is a document whose purpose is to support or influence decision-making by proving that a particular course of […]

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Posted On July 28, 2017
How good is your documentation? When I talk to clients, many of them acknowledge that their documentation is poorly written. In fact, one client recently went so far as to tell me ‘our Standard Operating Procedures are rubbish’! The state of your organisation’s documentation may not be a high priority. But if these documents are […]

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