It is said that “knowledge is power.” But today, government agencies have to contend with a massively growing volume of data that can get in the way of actionable, mission-focused knowledge.
Posts Tagged: legacy
There’s a lot of talk these days about legacy. As President Obama nears the 6-year mark of his time in office, discussion has already turned to what his legacy will be, based on his term-to-date as well as how his remaining decisions will impact his historical legacy. The high cost of legacy systems When it… Read more »
This is the most blatant example I’ve seen about how a traditional business can adapt the internet revolution to increase value. I sat down with a high school buddy, who for the last 40 years has run a specialty instrument company. These instruments, which are globally famous, are used by labs, hospitals, and research facilities… Read more »
It’s been a battle, discovering whether I was ready to write and share about my dad’s recent death. I guess this posting is the answer. I hope you find some meaning in the heartfelt words and stories. Thanks for reading. Mark ————- My father died on Father’s Day. I’m not sure his timing was meant… Read more »
Mentoring Learning Community Focus Group Strategic Partners would like to invite you to participate in a new Focus Group for the purpose of structuring the 2011-2012 Mentoring Learning Community which discusses best practices related to invigorating, designing, and managing successful mentoring programs. Invitation to 2011 Mentoring Learning Community Focus Group As you know, Strategic Partners… Read more »
As I go about evangelizing how my firm assist’s organizations and agencies keep the most valued countenance’s of a legacy system….dependability, security and accessibility with the common goal of increasing agility, It seems ‘legacy’ has become a dirty word. The high financial impact of mainframe licenses combined with the realization of a decreasing workforce of… Read more »