Weekly Budget

23 May 19
Flapyy Circle

A chef you’ve fired or who quits may think that it’s recommended to visit work for one of your competitors and make the exact same food that you serve to hurt your small business. If you would like to lose more then it is possible to utilize Diet Chef for several months. In reality, however, […]

23 May 19
John William Waterhouse

The Victorians revered William Shakespeare: at least 800 editions of his collected works, many illustrated, were published in Britain during the 19th Century. The painter John William Waterhouse surely grew up reading Shakespeare’s writings in their original form, and also popular analyses by such commentators as Anna Jameson. In her bestselling volume, Characteristics of Women (1832), Jameson […]

23 May 19
Welcome

The Montana Board of Regents heard Wednesday campus representatives make arguments in favor of fee increases and other approvals in advance of votes Thursday on budget items for the upcoming biennial. For example, Montana Tech will use money to replace servers because equipment is failing, the University of Montana will buy an electronic medical records system […]

23 May 19
warren j. banks – writer

‘What is enough?’ might be the most important question there is. Our neglect of it has caused spectacular damage. Half the world languishes in poverty, while the rest of us relentlessly pursue the inessential. And want is everywhere.

‘Why this somber start?’ you might inquire. There are a few reasons…

23 May 19
Team Common Ground

This week, our focus is on fleshing out implementation details for the highest value items on our list of rapport building activities. Our objective is to evaluate deployment ideas for our various suggestions. The idea is to make these activities as easy for the battalion to institute as possible, which increases the likelihood of their […]

23 May 19
Mon's life

Short term planning allows managers to consider all options before delegating, communicating and executing their decisions. Short-term budgets are apart of short-term planning for example in the short-term, Hogsbreath (my job) wants to keep being the highest sales in CQ so they ensure all staff are pushing to reach the short-term budget of $25 for […]

23 May 19
Flúirse Muirí

Renewing rather than buying new rigging, purchasing via shared group options, joining a local sailing club to expand your sailing experience… there are no shortage of ideas to reduce sailing costs. 1 – Shared ownership : pool the costs Sharing the investment and maintenance costs and even having access to larger and better equipped sailboats […]

23 May 19
Dots and Stripes

From stapling fliers into trees to the town Facebook page, there are so many cheep or free marketing tools to get your new business idea off the ground!

23 May 19
Arcynewsy

"The unheard of" retreat was primarily two oil prices rising, up around 45 per cent over the past two years, which made long-term Australian services less viable, said Tony Webber, to consultant from Airline Intelligence and Research. Mr Webber said the state of the Middle Eastern carriers were coming under financial pressure. Middle Eastern carriers […]

23 May 19
WRITE DRUNK; EDIT DRUNK

Adaptation is a tricky situation. When you are shackled by a lack of material, it becomes even more difficult because you’ve only got outlines to work with. Now add on the fact that you’ve just been given a Star Wars trilogy to work on and you no longer care as much about the thing you’re […]

23 May 19
The Weekly SOURCE

Last issue we talked about ‘Customer Experience’. In that discussion is the concept of village managers being leaders. We cover this deeply in our Village Manager Professional Development program but in general terms what does ‘leadership’ mean to you as a village manager? Leadership means leading. In layman’s language that means getting things done that […]