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Look after the emotions and the projects will look after themselves

Do you like mathematics? I love maths, always have. I was good at it so I typically got good teachers that inspired me, which made me love it even more. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant - Portals, Content and Collaboration  |  19 June 2008

Project Management

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Building a sense of community in your organisation

As a finalist in this year’s Best Places to Work survey, last month I was asked to represent Intergen and participate in a session that looked at how employers can build a sense of community in their organisation. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tony Stewart , Intergen Group CEO |  16 June 2008

Best Places to Work, Community

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User Acceptance Testing - the key to surviving an ERP go live

When I came to New Zealand, nearly six years ago, I wanted to throw myself off a bridge with some elastic tied to my legs. I had heard that this was something Kiwis did and I wanted to fit in to my newly adopted environment. The world’s first commercial bungy jump started in the mid ‘80s in Queenstown, New Zealand. And it was there, on the Kawarau Bridge, that I took the plunge in 2002. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys ,  |  12 June 2008

Quality, User Acceptance Testing

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Kiwisaver one year on

July 1st is the first anniversary of Kiwisaver so I thought it would be appropriate to look at how this has impacted Intergen and then I will give you my thoughts on how it could be better. ... read full post

Posted by:  Murray Newman , Chief Financial Officer |  23 June 2008


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Introducing the Microsoft Dynamics User Group (Wellington)

I’m excited to announce the birth of the Microsoft Dynamics User Group in Wellington. ... read full post

Posted by:  Jian Sun , Developer |  27 June 2008

Microsoft Dynamics User Group

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