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How to Create a Data-Driven Organization

Less than a quarter of executives have created a data-driven organization.  Why is this percentage so low?  There are numerous barriers preventing companies from harnessing their digital analytic capabilities: they may have limited support from executives, a poorly articulated strategy, or poor data access and literacy.  As a result, many companies collect data that does nothing but clutter their storage drives.  Up to 73% of all data within an enterprise …
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Dialysis In Nursing Homes

More and more people in the U.S have been experiencing kidney failure. In 2018, 768,000 Americans were living with ESRD, or end-stage renal disease. Most of the patients living with ESRD are seniors, 80% being over the age of 65. The most common treatment is dialysis, which mainly occurs in a medical setting, outside a patient’s home. When ESRD affects a mobility-challenged senior, it can make going daily extremely challenging. …
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The Phone Repair Economy

Our phones break all the time. It’s just one of the aggravating things we’ve gotten used to since we started carrying these mini-computers with us everywhere we go. In 2021 alone, Americans are expected to spend 4 billion dollars on phone repairs and 59 billion on new phones. So, is a new phone always worth it? Sometimes, a phone repair may actually be the better answer.    The lifecycle of …
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Closing the Gap on Vaccine Hesitancy

The majority of the US population is on board with getting vaccinated, but there are still a few people in our society who are hesitant to get the jab. Currently, vaccine confidence has reached a plateau and,  unless about 10-15% of the population changes their minds, we won’t achieve the necessary 70 – 85% vaccinated requirements to create herd immunity. Fortunately, the solutions to this problem can be simpler than …
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