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Aug 30, 2022  •  8 Minute Read
Technical Manuals Don’t Have To Be Dull

When it comes to technical writing and documentation, CPS knows it’s our responsibility to entice the reader for the benefit of both parties. The risks of not making materials engaging to read are that safety protocols could be missed, or that equipment could be installed incorrectly or not maintained properly. Clients won’t fully realize the benefits of their equipment or maximize capacity and productivity levels without a good guidebook.

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Aug 02, 2022  •  7 Minute Read
High-Accuracy 3D Scanning Generates Detailed, Comprehensive Project Deliverables

What is the value of an image made from millions of data points converged into a clear and precise 3D digital representation? Immeasurable … and fortunately for our clients, acquiring that level of detailed imagery is possible through new high-accuracy 3D scanning technology available through Corporate Project Services. CPS recently added 3D laser scanning to our arsenal of solutions for driving innovation in building design.

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Leadership Takes Guts
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Oct 08, 2020  •  10 Minute Read
Leadership Takes Guts

I remember the day I figured out the real strength it takes to be a leader. It was my first supervisory role with a previous company—a job I enthusiastically took on, excited for the boost in salary and responsibility. I was proud of the promotion and ready to take the next step in my career journey.

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Right on Target
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Sep 10, 2020  •  12 Minute Read
Ingenuity is the Key to Powering Through Tough Times (and Normal Times, Too)

It seems the need for fresh thinking and innovative ideas has never been more pronounced than in 2020.

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Jun 09, 2020  •  10 Minute Read
Have you Checked the Usability of Your Technical Documentation Lately?

Ask any expert and they’ll say one of the key ingredients for delivering a positive customer experience is to first know your customer—know who they are, what problems they’re needing to solve, and how they’ll be interacting with your solution. Then and only then can you craft an experience that’s positive, engaging, and tailored to the individual customer.

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Stack of books in shelf collecting dust Aug 30, 2022  •  8 Minute Read Technical Manuals Don’t Have To Be Dull When it comes to technical writing and documentation, CPS knows it’s our responsibility to entice the reader for the benefit of both parties. The risks of not making materials engaging to read are that safety protocols could be missed, or that equipment could be installed incorrectly or not maintained properly. Clients won’t fully realize the benefits of their equipment or maximize capacity and productivity levels without a good guidebook. Read More 3D Scanner Aug 02, 2022  •  7 Minute Read High-Accuracy 3D Scanning Generates Detailed, Comprehensive Project Deliverables What is the value of an image made from millions of data points converged into a clear and precise 3D digital representation? Immeasurable … and fortunately for our clients, acquiring that level of detailed imagery is possible through new high-accuracy 3D scanning technology available through Corporate Project Services. CPS recently added 3D laser scanning to our arsenal of solutions for driving innovation in building design. Read More Good better best with ascending arrow Apr 28, 2021  •  10 Minute Read Good, Better or Best? Pinpointing the Right Solution for Your Manufacturing Challenge How often do you search Google for advice…and how often do your search terms start with the word, “best”? Best beach vacation. Best cat food. Best barber. Best vacuum for pet hair. Read More rubix cube Mar 08, 2021  •  15 Minute Read Problem Solving in Manufacturing—It Takes More than Troubleshooting We do a lot of what many would call troubleshooting here at Corporate Project Services. That is indeed an important role we play—but I feel the word “troubleshooting” oversimplifies the complexities in addressing issues with manufacturing processes. Read More Communication is everyone's job Jan 08, 2021  •  10 Minute Read Communication is Everyone’s Job When was the last time you did a performance appraisal on your job as a communicator? Read More Carbon Minded Dec 07, 2020  •  5 Minute Read Being Carbon-minded in Food Manufacturing It’s getting harder and harder to avoid the topics of carbon emission and how it may affect the health of our environment—carbon footprints, carbon neutrality, carbon offsets…just to name a few. Each and every activity with human involvement has an affiliated carbon value tied to greenhouse gas emissions; and food manufacturing has one of the biggest values of them all. Read More Global teams Oct 18, 2020  •  10 Minute Read Multi-Cultural Teams and the Pursuit of Peak Performance It’s challenging enough for teams working in the same geography to get into a productive rhythm with each other, but the challenges are amplified when the team is made up of diverse cultures spread across the globe. Read More Leadership Takes Guts Oct 08, 2020  •  10 Minute Read Leadership Takes Guts I remember the day I figured out the real strength it takes to be a leader. It was my first supervisory role with a previous company—a job I enthusiastically took on, excited for the boost in salary and responsibility. I was proud of the promotion and ready to take the next step in my career journey. Read More Right on Target Sep 10, 2020  •  12 Minute Read Ingenuity is the Key to Powering Through Tough Times (and Normal Times, Too) It seems the need for fresh thinking and innovative ideas has never been more pronounced than in 2020. Read More
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