KeyLogic Blog

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  • Furniture Assembly

    How to Write Effective Procedures for Businesses

    Aug 22, 2013
    A procedure is a document that outlines sequential steps that must be followed to complete a specific job or task. If you’ve ever put together a child’s bike, installed computer hardware, or even followed a recipe in the kitchen, you know how important clear instructions are to finishing a task correctly.
  • Puzzle pieces

    Federal RD&D Problems and How to Effectively Manage Them

    Aug 21, 2013
    Have you noticed that some federal project managers struggle with effectively managing Research, Design and Development (RD&D) projects? Being an effective project manager is tough enough, but here are two self-inflicted challenges.
  • CMMI

    What does CMMI do for your contract?

    Aug 20, 2013
    KeyLogic was independently assessed at Maturity Level 3 for CMMI in Services in 2012. The Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) is a process improvement model developed by Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) for the development of products and services. CMMI is recognized worldwide as one of the highest quality standards for benchmarking organizational processes.
  • Balanced Scorecard

    What is and Why use a Balanced Scorecard?

    Aug 15, 2013
    The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) is strategic performance management tool used to help establish and communicate an organization’s vision, mission and strategy to stakeholders and employees. It helps align day-to-day work/tasks to the overall business strategy of an organization. It is a business decision support tool which helps identify the organization’s most important business imperatives in support of the strategic goals of the company.
  • Global Solutions

    How difficult is it to implement government-funded technology demonstration projects in a developing country?

    Aug 14, 2013
    Some challenges are associated with implementing government-funded technology demonstration projects in a developing country. The demonstration of a new technology in a developing country is necessary to ascertain that the technology is appropriate and to determine if some adaptation is necessary for it to work. Such projects are usually funded under bilateral agreements between the United States and a developing country or funded by the Agency for International Development.