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Are separate administrator accounts a good idea for enterprises?

Separate administrator accounts are becoming a normal part of access policies in enterprises. Expert Matthew Pascucci explains why this is a good idea and how to implement it. I have…

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JumpStart Kansas aims to provide support to entrepreneurs

Washburn University has partnered with the Kansas Department of Commerce to present entrepreneurs the opportunity to apply for an innovation grant to assist in the implementation of a new business…

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3 Questions to Re-Think Your Job

By Todd Averett   It happens to most of us. We start a new job with excitement and see a world of growth and opportunities.  We’re excited and can’t wait…

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Expert: Organizational Performance

By Doug VonFeldt & Thomas Underwood As an institution of higher education, Washburn University offers an array of academic programs to guide and prepare students in their chosen profession.  Considering…

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Applying Lean Principles in Higher Education

By Doug Von Feldt and Thomas Underwood Center for Organizational Excellence, Washburn University As a process improvement professional development and consultation service based at Washburn University, the Center for Organizational…

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Strategic Planning

By Lisa Loewen, Co-Owner, Facilitator & Coach Focus-Engineered Q. We would like to develop a strategic plan for our company.  Do we need a facilitator? A. A facilitator is key…

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Simple Rules for Organizational Excellence

By Doug Von Feldt and Thomas Underwood Center for Organizational Excellence, Washburn University When facilitating a project or initiative, we have found it helpful to establish some simple rules to…

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Escaping the Rut

By Tara Dimick Escaping the Rut I found myself working 70 hours a week just to lose money each month, but I had no strategies to change that scenario. I couldn’t…