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The question "Why?" can be a powerful problem finding tool, particularly when it is asked at least five times in a row. The Repetitive why technique uses the question "Why?" to get past the sympto
In any business there are a number of things that have to be in place and working well if the business is to achieve its goals. These are the critical success factors (CSFs).
A How-how diagram helps to identify ways to achieve a goal or solve a problem. It shows a range of possible solutions all in one place.
The Impact and influence tool is used to help to decide which options to choose to achieve a goal. This tool uses two criteria:
The Eight criteria technique is used to compare different options for achieving a goal. It also highlights issues that need to be managed when implementing the selected option.
When working towards a goal there are often things that help us and other things that work against us. Force field analysis looks at ways to manage these helpful and unhelpful effects.
The Five Ws and one H tool is easy to use. It can be used for lots of things including planning action and solving problems.
How do you remove a screw without a screwdriver? The right tool can make all the difference.
Inverse thinking is used to think about how to go about achieving a goal or solving a problem. It helps us to be creative and break out of old ways of thinking by getting us to think about the oppo
Continuous improvement and innovation, or CI&I, is a process that can be used to drive business improvement and innovation.
Leasing land can be a great way to get into agriculture or expand your existing business without the high capital cost of purchasing land.
Codling moth (Cydia pomonella) is a serious pest of apples and other pome fruit and has the potential to cause severe crop losses. This pest is not known to occur in Western Australia.
Your small scale farming operation may classify you as a primary producer for tax purposes and this can have a significant impact on your tax reporting requirements.
SheepMAP is the Australian ovine Johne’s disease (OJD) market assurance program for sheep.
This trial examines the positive impact of crop competition, crop type rotation and the mouldboard plough on weed management.
Farmers’ markets are rapidly growing in popularity as an ideal way for small producers to sell their locally produced and value-added products.
Citrus black spot (Guignardia citricarpa) is a fungal disease of citrus trees that can affect external fruit quality. This disease is not known to occur in Western Australia.
Horse ownership is a popular pursuit for many small landholders.
DDLS Seed Testing and Certification is responsible for administering the industry seed potato production schemes in Western Australia.
The national sheep industry manages ovine Johne's disease (OJD) through the National OJD Management Plan 2013-18.