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Don’t Let Company Knowledge Walk Out the Door

Did your company start small, grow organically, and relies on the collective knowledge of charter employees, to get the job done? Have you captured the collective knowledge of your company policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and processes and made it available to your staff? Many companies who evolved this way will answer with a resounding […]

That Pesky Apostrophe – Lesson 3: A Refresher and A Review

We are wrapping up the Pesky Apostrophe series with Lesson 3 – a refresher on plural nouns and use of an apostrophe. Plural nouns don’t have a lot to do with pesky apostrophes, but they confuse even the nerdiest of grammarphiles, so they are the topic of Lesson 3. A table summarizing all 3 lessons […]

That Pesky Apostrophe – Lesson 2: Case of the Missing Letter

In Lesson 1 you learned a couple of simple scenarios about the possessive apostrophe (Mark’s fishing pole; Agnes’s or Agnes’ kayak if you need a memory jog). Lesson 2 examines another apostrophe personality, the lazy substitute. Too tired to just spell it out? Throw in an apostrophe and be done with it. English grammar calls […]

That Pesky Apostrophe – Lesson 1: Possession is 9/10’s of the Law

Next to the semicolon, the apostrophe is one of the most misunderstood punctuation marks in the English language, says me. Confusion arises, in part, because it’s such a multi-tasking little guy. Lesson 1 gives you some simple rules to apply most of the time when the apostrophe is showing possession. In the opening paragraph it’s […]