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What’s to blame, the data or the report?

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Author: Anand Pandya I was chatting the other day with a friend who was telling me a story about how they were being excoriated by their managers at work for a report that was published in the morning and the data was incorrect, so the executives were calling into question the integrity of the entire

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GNet Group strikes more gold!

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Author: Anand Pandya As of this past week, a group of GNet Group consultants passed respective SharePoint 2010 certification tests and GNet Group met the requirements to expand our Gold Certified partner status with Microsoft into the Digital Marketing Competency. From Microsoft’s Partner Website: The Microsoft Digital Marketing competency enables you to showcase your expertise in developing

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The Thing Most Overlooked By Project Managers

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Author: Anand Pandya When planning a project, a PM relies on a set methodology, documentation, knowledge of their resources, and their own experience to produce the plan with which to execute the tasks at hand.  For all intents and purposes, a project properly planned for is a project that will be managed and executed to

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Why Best Practices Aren’t Always the Best Practice

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Author: Anand Pandya As a consultant, I often like to rest on the phrase “we approach our customers’ problems with best practice solutions”.  It’s a true statement, in that, all of the solutions I provide are born from the basics and best practices that have been defined and refined by people much smarter than me. 

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Is Social Media confusing more than it’s helping?

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Author: Anand Pandya Every year around SXSW time, we are introduced to new technologies that promise to make things easier and make connecting with people as easy as flipping a switch.  We’ve moved from the simple website, to interactive websites, to blogs, to social media.  The desktop paved way for the laptop which interacted with

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