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For his purpose of power measurement, our director has built tools that work very well to educate people in teamwork, strategic planning, tactical planning and budgeting.

 

By helping people use his tools, we can develop powerful people, team builders and planners.

 

These tools are educational in the sense that, as they are used, they display the required fundamental relationships. In other words, they lead you to "fill in the blanks" of the picture you need to build. For our educational services, we will sit down with you and help you become comfortable with them on your own.

Most teams have a list of goals and objectives they use to develop a common focus and teamwork. Our power measurement tools will help you document the vision and definitions that give meaning to the words on the list.

 

If strategy is the vision, then tactics and budget represent how and when you get to do that vision.

We can sit down with you and show you the reports you will need along the way, or how to develop and navigate with your benchmarks. We will show you how to build a network of processes that represent how you are going to get there, and from which you can derive a critical path that tells you how long the tactic will take.

We can sit there and show you contracting and budgeting. Based on strategic vision associated with these tactics and a specified completion date, contracts represent work authorization and control in the budget.

Learn Teamwork through Strategic Planning

Learn Tactical Planning and Budgeting

Our director, Bob Pace, has built tools for his purpose of power measurement that work very well to educate people in teamwork, strategic planning, tactical planning and budgeting.

By helping people use his tools, we can develop powerful people, team builders and planners.

He is a power measurement pioneer. We say pioneer because for years he has been doing new things in new ways. Because he could not find another term, "Power Measurement" is his term for fully integrating business models with relational databases and strategic tables in functional systems using measurement.

These tools were designed over the years for his personal purpose of power measurement.  For example: in 1976, he built a chart of accounts data model  for medical group practices; In 1981, he was using a minicomputer for budget forecasting. In 1983, he was using a relational database to perfect a schedule. In 1983, he was tracking material commitments and requirements, which led to tools for data conversion and system development quality assurance (QA).

Then, In 1985, he built a business model that recognizes three major information systems. First we recognize an organization by present, past and future or by the three aspects of time. First, we recognize present oriented information is about execution, future oriented information is about planning, and the past is historical. Then we recognize a common purpose and order in each viewpoint. The purpose of focusing on the  present is production, so we see a product orientation. The purpose of looking at the past is forecasting history, so that focus must be ordered by time period. The purpose of future focus is leadership, so the order is by person.

From 1985-88, he used this business model to keep track of the inter-relationships of hundreds of systems, controlling the indirect effects of change. Later, from 1989-91,  he used it to build and integrate data models, where it was especially helpful in building data dictionaries and finding data sharing possibilities. From 1992-1994 he pioneered enterprise data dictionaries and models. In 1995 he built the Pace General Business Model which showed how management and accounting business concepts fit with his 1985 business model. Since that time (1996-present) he has been building enterprise databases that import strategic data for performance measurement and decision support.

The key to power measurement is measurement relationships, and the leverage you get from those relationships.

Relationships allow information to be stored once and used for many purposes. In other words, everyone is seeing the same vision and leverage that vision in their own way. Each person can recognize their opportunity and apply their special gifts to help. You can say everyone is measuring that information in their own special way.

These tools are educational in the sense that, as they are used, they display the required fundamental relationships. In other words, they lead you to "fill in the blanks" of the picture you need to build. For our educational services, we will sit down with you and help you become comfortable with them on your own.

We will sit down with you to show you how you can use the information you have probably already collected to build teams that win, because they see the same vision. We show you how by filling in the blanks, the relationships in the tool do the work to filter and focus team roles in the vision.

The Road to Missoula

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Phone: (208)304-4458 Cell

Phone: (208)295-7094 Home

E-mail: bpace@teamswin.net

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Bob Pace

7087 Funkhouser ST

Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805

(in Boundary County, North Idaho)