In our prior post here we took to celebrating the occasion of our 400th post by listing a few of our favorites. In today’s post, we’ll conclude our look back.
Some of our posts are aimed at providing useful tips, lighter moments or interesting things you probably don’t know. Thus we give you Presentation Tips from Steve Jobs, 7 Ways to Improve a Bad Day, and “Dunbar’s Number” or the Power of One Hundred Fifty.
About a year ago we got personal again, reflecting on turning The Big Six-O (it’s okay, they tell me it’s the new 30).
Then turning serious and useful, we get educational, with some keen observations in 3 Tips for Improving Inventory Accuracy. While on the subject of inventory and accounting, we offer a six-part series of observations about the Rules For Choosing a New Accounting System. And then, because the concept of “lean” is becoming essential to all our clients these days, we offer 4 Capabilities of a Lean Company.
Finally because ERP is our bread and butter, two series’ of guidance: In the first, we offer some key takeaways from a major industry survey on ERP implementation. And lastly, because one of the products we’re proud to sell is Microsoft Dynamics NAV, we try to clear up some of the confusion about what exactly Dynamics IS. For starters, you might not know it’s actually FOUR different ERP products. Get the straight shot on what Dynamics actually is here.
Check a few out… blow off an hour… tell the boss you’re busy. We won’t tell.
Thanks for reading!