When could it be done
? Well, we could do it in the fall, it's a lot drier then.
Thank you from an ex-pat." Tom Robinson, Marske: "Well done
You've stated that the key to successful innovation is a system of quality checks and mechanisms for bringing fresh ideas from outside the organization, for example from studies done
by the Scientific Advisory Board.
Minnie doesn't worry about that, because if she needs a tray and it isn't sterile, she can always clean it and use it, justifying her actions with the thought that "somebody should have already done
these trays, and then I would not have to compromise with this patient."
Although the first few were in medicine, many researchers and clinicians in education and psychology, as well as other social sciences disciplines, have done
much to develop and improve systematic review methods and reporting.
"A lot of times they've done
updates, and the updates may not have been done
On his nightstand: Business and education books such as B/ink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell and Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
by Larry Bossidy, Ram Churan and Charles Burck
After reading your article, I was reminded of the proverb, "Those who say it cannot be done
should not interrupt those doing it."
--Tommy Thompson, outgoing Secretary of HHS, "He's done
a heck of a job," October 26, 2004
You could never have done
this with the compute power that was available or on the back end how we're doing all the error correction, if you didn't have Moore's law working for you.
If one puts one's mind to it, assuming no major physical limitations, it can be done
Instead, the problem is not getting things done
and not delivering on commitments.