The Functional Flowchart: A Tool for Understanding Client Needs, Plotting a Winning Strategy, and Developing a Proposal

Editor’s Note: The following piece, by the late, great Herman Holtz, was to appear as part of Herman’s “Hindsights & Insights” column.  It is part of our collection of “classics”–articles that stand the test of time no matter how many technologies come and go. Published with permission. It is easy to be misled by the […] Continue reading ...

A Book of Your Own

Editor’s Note: The following piece, by the late, great Herman Holtz, was to appear as part of Herman’s “Hindsights & Insights” column.  It is part of our collection of “classics”–articles that stand the test of time no matter how many technologies come and go. Published with permission. It seems, from what I read every day […] Continue reading ...

The Quality of the Writing Can Never Be Better Than the Quality of the Research

Editor’s Note: The following piece, by the late, great Herman Holtz, is part of our collection of “classics”–articles that stand the test of time no matter how many technologies come and go. Most of us probably have some notion of what is good writing and what is poor writing, and probably most of us measure or […] Continue reading ...

The Bold Approach: How Reporting the Facts Can Invigorate Your Writing

Editor’s Note: The following piece, by the late, great Herman Holtz, was to appear as part of Herman’s “Hindsights & Insights” column.  It is part of our collection of “classics”–articles that stand the test of time no matter how many technologies come and go. Published with permission. Some people in the flying business are fond of reminding people […] Continue reading ...