Stories of how organizations can develop an enterprise-wide data culture and drive data literacy to improve decision making.
Data Culture and Literacy
Determining the “right” talent strategy for an organization isn’t easy. Diverse projects and priorities demand various levels of knowledge, skills and experiences to achieve the end goal. Talent planning requires assessing current employees and unearthing the gaps to identify what’s needed to meet business demands. Specific and extensive knowledge and
More than 100 volunteers from the SAS Young Professionals Network (YPN) led sessions at Wake Forest Elementary school for the annual week-long Hour of Code initiative during Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) to teach kids to code. Students were challenged to work in groups and navigate a Sphero robot through
What are the hallmarks of leadership? I have often asked myself this throughout my career journey as a technology leader. I place a high value on empathy, collaboration, passion and curiosity. In the health care industry that we all rely on, transformational leadership is a must. Few things about our
In 2022, the world adjusted to and worked to recover from a global pandemic and international conflict that displaced millions of families. Energy costs increased sharply and supply chain issues and other disruptions persisted. This contributed to the highest global inflation rate in decades, prompting a domino effect across economies.
From sparking innovation to reducing operational inefficiencies, top organizational priorities in the modern era depend on one thing: data. Because of its ability to uncover blind spots and power decision-making, data helps organizations identify growth areas and progress toward their strategic goals. The catch? Turning raw numbers into useful, valuable
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For many countries, their plan for the future focuses on a transition to a smart jobs economy. And for many organisations, the key to thriving in an innovative jobs economy centres on bringing talented individuals—with a particular focus on technology—and connecting them with roles that best utilise their talents. Talent
Question: This neuroscientist and SAS Explore host is known for appearing on "Blossom," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Jeopardy." Answer: Who is Mayim Bialik, Ph.D.? Today, instead of Bialik quizzing us, I got to be the lucky one to quiz her on some of her favorite topics, like mental health,
Crises like the COVID-19 pandemic have increased the demand for public health experts who possess advanced analytics skills. After all, data – when properly collected, analyzed and understood – has immense power to inform decision-making. And in areas like public health, informed decision making can save lives. Azhar Nizam has