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UPCOMING EVENTS

Every Wednesday at 1:00pm EDT

 

  • Leverage your in-house data and use predictive and prescriptive analytics to drive business forward.

     

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Preparing for Customer Change

Tuesday October 20 at 2:00pm EDT
Hosted by George Fandos

  • Utilizing insight gleaned directly from CEO’s, CFO’s and COO’s across the country in a wide variety of industries George Fandos will take you through what it will take to prepare for your potential and existing customers’ needs.

     

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Influencing Change Internally
Wednesday October 21 at 2:00pm EDT
Hosted by Don Mick

  • Utilizing insight gleaned directly from CEO’s, CFO’s and COO’s across the country in a wide variety of industries George Fandos will take you through what it will take to prepare for your potential and existing customers’ needs.

     

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PAST EVENTS

With businesses across the world being affected by Covid-19 we brought together a panel of experts to discuss how business intelligence tools are an essential part of the road to recovery.

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This is a game changer. Business Intelligence Tools are not new but they have come a long way and are an essential partner in understanding any manufacturing or supply chain.

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With offices being closed for multiple months due to Covid-19, many businesses are now considering how and when to start making a phased return. Data is key. How are you gathering it and interpreting it? Are you using your business intelligence tools efficiently enough to make those tough calls to determine health, safety and readiness?

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Project Management: Utilizing a Reactive Methodology

Dan Divinski, General, Project Management|

By Dan Divinski with contributions from Will Cooper and Maelyn Wisch Project Management: Utilizing a Reactive Methodology When projects begin to fail with a trend of missing the end date, how do you respond? As indicated in last week’s article “Project Management: Utilizing a Proactive Methodology,” [...]

Project Management: Utilizing a Proactive Methodology

Dan Divinski, General, Project Management|

By Dan Divinski with contributions from Will Cooper and Maelyn Wisch Project Management: Utilizing a Proactive Methodology As pointed out in our first article, “Project Management: Why Projects Fail,” 70% of projects crumble and are not successful due to a lack of stakeholder buy-in. Project managers [...]

Project Management: Why Projects Fail

Dan Divinski, General, Project Management|

By Dan Divinski 70% of projects fail, but we can do better There Must Be Stakeholder Buy-In From my experience, the main reason projects fail is the lack of stakeholder buy-in. Lack of buy-in happens when there was no assessment conducted to define the problem, and [...]

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