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Our Mission - to deliver custom Web, IT Consulting, Photo, Video, and Training services that are specific to our clients' needs and which enable our clients to exceed their objectives.

We are based out of Monument, Colorado and intend to stay small so that we can know and personally take care of our clients. We partner with other professionals to extend our capabilities to serve our clients, and we often work through our partners to help them serve their customers.

Scott Ross

Scott Ross

Scott is co-owner of Wave's End Services, LLC, a Colorado-based provider of Web, IT Consulting, photography, video, and training services.

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"Teaming" Teamwork on the Fly:

Use "Teaming" to create productive temporary and distributed teams that span organizations and distances.

Harvard professor Amy Edmondson has coined the word "Teaming" to represent temporary teams that come together to achieve a goal, then perhaps, go away.

Traditional team structures and processes assume a stable team that has established ongoing working relationships, shares common culture, and maintains high levels of trust earned over time.  

In both corporate and public organizations, distributed and temporary teams are becoming the norm as technology advances and new work paradigms mean that the team that sits down the aisle or down the hall is no longer how projects get done.  

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My long-time friend and colleague, Dave Butler, just won an award from Denver's Westword magazine/blog for "Best Booze Blog" in their 2012 Denver Web Awards.  

Dav'e blog, Fermentedly Challenged, is about craft beer in Colorado and he has a large, loyal following.

Dave helped get me started doing Web sites back in 1995, and we worked together at HP in Greeley back in the 80's and 90's.  Our wive's worked on the same hospital floor, his daughter was born a week after my daughter, we lived in the same neighborhood for ten years - Dave and I have remained pretty good friends.

One of the things Dave has done is take his passions and turned them into hobbies that pay.  He has started (and sold) a web development business, started several websites and usually is at the leading edge of most things Web.  One of Dave's passions is sampling craft and home-made beers, and he travels the state looking for what is good and interesting in the craft brewing marketplace.

Dave makes the time almost every day to cultivate his sources and blog something newsworthy to his target audience.  

But that is not what I am writing about today.