Don't forget to use your Email Signature for Free Advertising and Promotion

A big part of your business comes from your email so it makes sense to advertise your products and/or services with every email that you send out. You can do this by having an email signature or ‘Signature Tag’ in your email. Outlook and most email clients (including outlook.com) allow you to set up your ‘Sig Tag’ so it is automatically added to each and every email going out, including replies and forwards. We often add our Facebook or LinkedIn tag in the signature – but why not make it more productive and advertise your products! Don't forget to use your Email Signature for Free Advertising and Promotion

Doing a Feasibility Study

The best way to find out whether your project is feasible is to complete a Feasibility Study. This process helps you gain confidence that the solution you need to build can be implemented on time and under budget. So here’s how to do it in 5 simple steps… Doing a Feasibility Study

Using Information and Data in Healthcare – lecture one

Understanding how to use and exploit information as a strategic resource in Healthcare is a critical skill and this slide set aims to position the changing role of information and communications technology (ICT) in the light of the structural changes that is occurring within the healthcare and social services industry in the UK – although focused on UK IT and information management the lessons are generic. Using Information and Data in Healthcare – lecture one

The Means-Ends Problem Solving Technique

MEA (Means-Ends Analysis) is an a approach that puts together aspects of both forward and backward reasoning in that both the condition and action portions of rules are considered when we decide which rules to apply. The logic of the process takes into account the gap between the current situation and the desired goal – where we wish to get to and proposes actions in order to close the gap between the two. The Means-Ends Problem Solving Technique

The Project Audit Check List

Project Audit – A check List The primary purpose of a project audit is to find the reasons for apparent failings in the project process, and answer: * What is the current state of the project * Is the project going to deliver something useful that meets requirements? * Is the technical approach being used still appropriate * Is the business case still valid? * Is the project organised in an effective way * Is the project context hindering or helping progress * Are industry standard project processes being followed * Is the project following industry best practice development methods? * What should be changed to improve the project focus? The Project Audit Check List