The United States is now the of petroleum and natural gas. Nearly a million wells across the country produce roughly 11 million barrels of crude oil and 4.3 million barrels of natural gas per day. While new technologies have improved oil and gas extraction, the big question for the industry is how to reliably predict well production. To help solve this puzzle, researchers like Dr. Chung-Yan Shih, a senior data scientist at Leidos, are turning to AI.
Government agencies are under increasing pressure to upgrade their information technology. Not only must they answer to government-driven IT modernization initiatives; they must also address the expectations of tech-savvy end users who are used to high-performing, mobile-friendly applications.
I interviewed three sources for this article to illustrate that CEOs — not employees — are responsible for driving organizational agility. The goal of the article was to encourage readers to read the report on which this article is based.
When the marketing staff at PayLease tore down their cubicles, they made a bold statement about transparency. It was the first physical step in the team’s agile transformation that the rest of the company could clearly observe, and it served as a conversation starter. Note: I won a 2019 first-place award for this article from the San Diego Press Club.
Submarines, armored vehicles and military aircraft may be as different from each other as is the sea, land, and air. But they all have something in common – they need parts.
Aviation’s impact on Americans and the U.S. economy is huge: 10 million jobs, over 2 million daily travelers, and 42 billion pounds of freight each year. With our operations and modernization help, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) keeps people and goods moving and commerce humming.
High above the Earth, instruments on four NASA satellites collect data that reveal the amount of plant life in the sea below. Scientists who study the ocean's health depend on us to accurately process and distribute that data. I won a 2019 San Diego Press Club award for this article.
Scrum Alliance wanted a different approach for the executive summary that would introduce the results of the organization's biennial membership survey. Instead of simply highlighting the data as it had done before, the communications department wanted to position the results – and Agile -- as part of a global workforce trend. To do this, I interviewed four subject matter experts and cited additional research to provide greater context. The executive summary made a much more persuasive case for Agile than in years past.
This white paper examines the challenges healthcare communicators face when their organizations implement a new EMR.
VSSL develops brand identity that takes tech company to a new level.