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From: "Elissa Scalise Powell, CG" <>
Subject: [TGF] Core of Competence article
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2008 17:02:27 -0400
I think it has been answered that the group studying articles has a lineup
of such articles from NGSQ, etc. In my mind this article would benefit a lot
more people if we discussed it right here on TGF. It doesn't take 3 readings
to understand it and make sure the author created a plausible proof summary
as the other articles do. Discussing it here could lead to some interesting
insights into how each of us actually works.
For example, I wondered which of the numbered tips surprised you the most?
Which one (if any) did you say "Duh! - obvious!"? Have you used any of the
techniques to solve a problem? Do you make sure you use the techniques when
working on a client's problem? And here's that old bug-a-boo: what if the
client didn't initially authorize enough time to complete the technique
(such as searching deed records)?
Just a thought,
Elissa in Pittsburgh
Elissa Scalise Powell, CG
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barbara Schenck
> Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2008 3:32 PM
> Marsha Hoffman Rising has agreed to allow a copy of her Core of Competence
> article to be posted on the T-G blog for members of the forum to read and
> discuss which, as she says, is the reason she wrote it.
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