### The following are excerpts that I am struggling with, please brutally advise me. Our extensive use of business specifications, from BPMN, PMBOK, to BABOK, has enabled us to empower our clients with the quality of training above and beyond their expectations. Q: does the above follow appropriate punctuation? Business people find it comfortable to use flow-charts as a means of visualizing a companies' business processes. A legacy that has now created a technical gap between desiging a business process and its implementation through advanced execution languages. Q: this doesn't seem to flow correctly, what would be an alternative? Ultimately causing loss of competitive advantage within their target market and an unrecoverable loss in company morale among employees. Q: was the BP spill related to process complexity failures (I have a feeling it did, else someone would of caught the disaster before it happened)? For those negligent companies, Titanic-like imagery surges to mind, where the chief navigator and captain plot course with but a partially complete map to certain travesty. Q: is there a better way to emphasize this impact allegorical? (sci study) The best method to learn comes from a comfortable environment, that typically is the home of the client. Q: anyone have a good study worth citing about the success of learning in comfortable/non-stress inducing environments <middle class business> Q: what are some common terms for small business community that predominates America? Similar training offered onsite exceeds $2,000 by visit. Q: is there a better way to word that our training is offerred at one-tenth the cost?