Mr. Procedure’s Mad Cap Adventure–I Have Too Many Logs to Saw!


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First of all, I am delighted to see such an uptick in visitors to mrprocedure.com! I am so sorry the increase in interest coincided with a decrease in activity, but I will do my best to remedy that. And I am pleased with the response through the blog to my Writing Operating Procedures course. It has encouraged me to move forward to document the rest of my instructional communication/performance management strategy. Finally, a big shout out to Angel Candelario, who seems to hold the tech writer world together managing several LinkedIn groups, for reblogging and posting my stuff far and wide. It’s a challenge to keep up, but now I am a proud member of the Lean Six Sigma Canada group. 🙂

Now, why the title? I’m sure you have heard the story of the woodcutter, furiously sawing large logs into smaller logs. A pile of logs the size of a…

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