AIIP welcomes you! Photo of members at the 2017 Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
AIIP recognizes its annual award winners in a 2020 blog post.
Just as fiction writers are advised to “show, don’t tell — let the story emerge through actions and thoughts rather than by the author’s description — so infopreneurs need to demonstrate what we bring to our clients, rather than simply talking about our expertise.
Key to delivering a quality project for a client is making sure that I am answering the right question. That isn’t always as straightforward as it seems. Experience has taught me that the initial question the client asks is often not the one they really need answering.
Atul Gawande, a well-known staff writer for The New Yorker and author of four bestsellers, wrote a whole book, The Checklist Manifesto, on how checklists are used by people in a variety of industries to save lives, fly planes, and manage large-scale construction projects.