The Science of Communicating

Communicating is a science and an art. Prepare, deliver well and follow-up

 

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1 thought on “The Science of Communicating”

  1. Brian Rubenstein

    All projects can be completed on time and within budget if you follow a simple rule: 80/20

    80 % Communication and 20 % Banging a hammer.

    Does not matter if you are building a bridge or rolling out software. By following the 80/20 rule you have a great chance to succeed.

    Anyone can order concrete, but communicating what needs to be in place before the concrete arrives, the type of concrete required, and what needs to be done after the concrete is poured will ensure success.

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