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Get Over the Speed Bumps with a Consultant

Posted by Rob Greeno on January 8, 2016 at 10:30 AM


Have you ever envisioned a process and examined it from every angle and ran it through a million mental simulations and declared it as close to perfect as it could be – and then it was a total failure upon implementation? Have you had this happen and never figured out exactly what went wrong? While both of these things are totally normal in business, they're not exactly desirable.

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Topics: Consulting



Asyma Solutions Expands with a New Location in Victoria, BC, Canada

Posted by Keith Greeno on December 15, 2015 at 2:47 PM


(Lethbridge, Alberta and Victoria, British Columbia -- December 15, 2015) – Asyma Solutions, a leading provider of business process improvement consulting and software services, announced today the opening of their new location in Victoria and the addition of Gerry Durant as the regional manager.

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Topics: Consulting



What is the Value of a Consultant?

Posted by Keith Greeno on December 13, 2015 at 6:30 PM


Editor's Note: This post was originally published in May 2015 and has been updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.

What do you think of when you hear the word consultant? The value of a consultant is not the first thing that pops in heads of many. They think, instead, of promises made but never kept, money spent but never utilized, and plans created but never implemented. Clearly, consultants are doing something wrong.

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Topics: Consulting



Have a Solid Plan

Posted by Keith Greeno on November 4, 2015 at 9:00 AM


Business Development Bank of Canada wrote an article entitled "The Five Do’s and Five Don’ts of Successful Businesses.” This article says, “Compared with their counterparts, the most successful businesses were far more likely to report that they had thought carefully about where they want to go, devised a plan, and actively monitored their progress.”

Combine this with other statements in the article, including:

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Reach Customers on Their Level by Automating Other Processes

Posted by Rob Greeno on October 21, 2015 at 9:00 AM


The newest generation of consumers knows very little about a world without cutting edge technology, and such technology makes them savvier. They have more knowledge than ever about your products, your competitors' products, prices, and customer service. The best way to reach out to this generation is to speak directly to them in a way they understand. To do so requires time and money, so automating other aspects of your business will increase your ability to satisfy your current customers and bring in new customers.

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Topics: CRM, Consulting



Don’t Wait to Ask for Advice

Posted by Rob Greeno on October 7, 2015 at 9:00 AM


What do Canada’s most successful businesses do differently than the less successful businesses? Why do even successful businesses run into financial difficulties that, if unresolved, can lead to failure?

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Topics: Productivity, Consulting



A Proven Way toIncrease Your Performance

Posted by Rob Greeno on September 30, 2015 at 12:28 PM


In today's business world, technology is necessary to move your business to the next level. Without it, your company will inevitably lose to the competition that is embracing technology.

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Topics: Productivity, Consulting



Managing Transitions

Posted by Rob Greeno on July 15, 2015 at 9:27 AM


Transitions are a fact of life – the only thing constant is change. This is true in business as well as in our personal lives, but so many of us struggle with letting go of the past and embracing new beginnings. Perhaps we fear losing what we have, or perhaps we fear making a wrong decision when facing the unknown.  

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Topics: Productivity, Consulting



3 Things to Help Non-profit Management

Posted by Keith Greeno on June 15, 2015 at 12:30 PM


Non-profit organizations help us address many of the world’s greatest challenges, tackling issues like poverty, disease, the environment, and human rights. With such important issues being dealt with, why is it that the leadership and management of these non-profit organizations don’t seem to focus on effective stewardship, productivity, and operational excellence? Why is it that they don’t focus on creating a culture of performance excellence and using technology to improve their operations?

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Topics: Consulting



First, Lead Thyself

Posted by Keith Greeno on May 25, 2015 at 12:35 PM


We have all seen how a lack of accountability in business or in your personal life results in less than desirable outcomes. One of our greatest challenges is being able to stand back and evaluate ourselves.

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Topics: Productivity, Consulting



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