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Data Strategy

Using Data for Business Continuity

Over the course of this year and to date, adaptability is a concept that has undoubtedly infiltrated businesses across all sizes and segments. Given that many uncertainties are persisting, adaptability will remain a critical component of everyday operations, objectives, culture,…

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Making Dashboards Public: Know Your Audience

Aside from ensuring data integrity, effective storyboarding, and designing/building the right dashboards, another critical step remains for leading a successful dashboard strategy: Knowing Your Audience Now more than ever, millions of people are consuming endless amounts of information every day.…

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Effective Leadership During Crisis

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” – Marin Luther King, Jr.  The world that encompasses us today, globally…

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How to Gain Traction While Managing a Remote Team

Today we are in a global pandemic; a national emergency; an unprecedented situation that is challenging us as a nation. With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, globally and nation-wide, the entire country has shifted towards social distancing across schools, restaurants, events,…

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What do you need in a reporting tool?

Companies every day find that they are losing money. The waste is not always apparent, sometimes the waste is built in. How do they find these points of waste and save money? Daily, hours are spent trying to disseminate data…

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How Real-Time Data Adds Value to Your ISO Compliance

Manufacturers run the risk of penalties and fines, hindering their reputation, losing customer engagement and loyalty, and even facing product recalls and loss of market access. What makes them most prone to these risks actually becoming a reality? Non-compliance to…

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The Value Data Democratization Brings to Your Business

Take a minute and think about how your organization is currently using its data. Who has access? Who is breaking down the information? Who is making decisions from it? Now ask yourself: Who could benefit from access? Who needs to…

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Leaders – It’s Time to Change the Way You Make Decisions

As we close out the first month of the new decade, our personal resolutions have become more realistic and the expectations for how to reach them are hopefully clearer. The same goes for businesses and the key players within them.…

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How to Run a Data-Driven Meeting

Back in 2019, the cost of poorly organized meetings was estimated to reach $399 billion in the US and $58 billion in the UK, according to a study on 19 million meetings and 6,500 interviews with working professionals. We built…

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Scorecards VS Dashboards: You don’t need to choose between the two

With the increasing need to manage unstructured data and maintain a competitive advantage, the world is embracing analytics head-on. It is important for any organization adopting analytics to find the structure and method that best suits their metrics, intended use,…

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