The U.S. Department of Agricultures (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) inducted into its Hall of Fame Frederic A. Vogel, an esteemed retired agency leader whose impact continues to resonate today. Throughout his career, Vogel was a driving force for continued improvements in data quality and a global leader in the development of statistical methodology for agriculture and economic statistics. His commitment to excellence in statistical theory and practice contributed substantially to agricultural statistics at NASS and internationally.
How does technology affect your productivity? Despite my thirty-five years of consulting, coaching, and training in hundreds of organizations, I dont have an easy answer to that question. The digital tools we need and like require more intensive labor than they should. It would be great to have a digital dashboard that integrated all apps, […]
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Join David Allen for an intriguing discussion about leadership and the architecture of story, with Nancy Duarte and Patti Sanchez. They came to fame when they created the presentations that Al Gore used in speeches for several years before An Inconvenient Truth won the Academy Award for best documentary. Their book is Illuminate, “a road-map […]
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Public transport companies can balance their books better with new technologies some may even be able to turn a profit. Roland Berger describes seven strategies for improving cost recovery ratios.
It's only a matter of time: The first self-driving vehicles will be on the roads in certain environments as early as 2020. The bad news for incumbent automotive players is that they will need to build completely new classes of vehicles.