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Links 1 through 10 of 42 by Karen Huffman tagged resources

Marketplace for people to buy/sell digital goods include WordPress themes, background music, Flash templates, and more.

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Interesting ways to present ideas, information, and resources.

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Canadian Crossroads International (CCI) has lots of programs targeted towards women.

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Brainchild of Cindy Romaine, President of SLA in 2011, and her board and advisory board. Sharing ideas from around the globe.

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This tool, developed by the INFO Project and prepared by Adrienne Kols and Margaret D'Adamo, includes a step-by-step process, tips, case studies and links to additional resources that explain how an organization can more effectively share its own best practices internally. (NOTE: This page appears to have moved. Leaving link on my del.icio.us account in case it returns/as reference. 9/12/2011 KH)

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Project Nerida Hart worked on for the Australian Government. Application: MediaWiki.

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"The A3 Process helps people engage in collaborative, in-depth problem-solving. It drives problem-solvers to address the root causes of problems which surface in day-to-day work routines. The A3 Process can be used for almost any situation, and our research has found that, when used properly (i.e., all of the steps are followed and completed), the chances of success improve dramatically." Recommended by Ken Wheaton. Source: Industrial Engineering Program @ Montana State University

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