What the IRS Can Teach Us About End User Acceptance … and Adoption

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We all accept that we have to pay taxes, and that with every paycheck, there is a gap between what we earned and what we actually take home. But do we really adopt paying taxes? Do we welcome April 15th with open arms? Nope. And therein lies the difference between end user acceptance and end

Presenting the Ultimate in Clinician Mobility!

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Are your clinicians challenged to meet the demanding needs of patient care while having easy access to the computers they need?  Do you want more than the traditional Workstation on Wheels (WOW)? The SegWOW might just be the solution you are looking for!   The SegWOW combines the speed and efficiency of a personal mobility solution

Project Management Lessons from Christmas Carols

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It’s Christmas, the holiday season, and it’s the perfect time to evaluate the project management lessons we can learn from our favorite Christmas carols. Let’s start with the positive lessons and project successes we learn from Christmas carols: 1) Deck the Halls Quantifiable, actionable tasks are listed. “Deck the halls with boughs of Holly…Troll the

IT and Informatics Cooperation: A Lesson from Dr. Seuss’ “The Sneetches”

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Do you remember the Dr. Seuss story “The Sneetches”? It starts with a four simple lines: “Now, the Star-Belly Sneetches had bellies with stars. The Plain-Belly Sneetches had none upon thars. Those stars weren’t so big. They were really so small. You might think such a thing wouldn’t matter at all.” But the stars did

9 Hi-tech Sites for the Low-tech Project Manager

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When it comes to new technologies, it is nearly impossible to keep up. There are always new methodologies and software we should know about in order to stay relevant. It can get overwhelming. Luckily, there are several websites out there that can keep you in the loop. Here are 9 hi-tech sites with a wide

Project Management According to James Bond

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This is a wonderful article on project management and ya just can’t get better than Bond, James Bond.   http://blog.consulting101book.com/2013/04/22/12-project-management-lessons-from-james-bond.aspx

Seven Project Management Lessons from Football

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Fall.  It means cool crisp nights, the changing color of the leaves, and … FOOTBALL.  Football and projects are actually quite similar when you think about it.  Plays in football are like individual tasks, and a first down, or series of plays, like a summary task in a project plan. When your team scores a

What Can Golf Teach Us About Project Management?

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Golf has been described in many ways, from “a good walk spoiled” (Mark Twain), to “the most fun you can have without taking your clothes off” (Chi Chi Rodriguez, one of golf’s great legends). Regardless of how you feel about golf, or how much knowledge you have of the game, the basic principles of the