I don’t really like to begin a post with a definition, but I think it’s important that everyone understand what jargon is: A form of ineffective communication. Jargon seldom helps make a point well. At best, jargon is an imprecise way to communicate messages quickly. At worst, it leaves others completely oblivious to your meaning. Unfortunately, it’s common. We work with clients in numerous industries, and each one has

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Crews with Walsh Construction are in the midst of $22 million in improvements to the 52-year old Kennedy Bridge, as part of work on the Downtown Crossing portion of the Louisville – Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. This isn’t a minor facelift; this is a major overhaul! But this is also an active construction site buzzing with activity, with workers counting on the limited space available to be able to do their jobs. We

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Having spent the bulk of my career in budget-strapped newspapers, small businesses and a nonprofit, I’m always looking for the most efficient, effective way to get things done. That’s why a recent Inc. article caught my eye: “7 Outsourceable Tasks That Are Stealing Your Productivity.” Almost half of those tasks were communication-related: Graphic design and presentation preparation Content marketing Social media management I agree that outsourcing these key responsibilities to experts is good strategy. I

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