I’ve read - and heard - that SAS spoils its employees. I’ve been at SAS for six months, and it’s true. A great example is the training. Earlier this week, I was invited to attend a SAS® Hands-On Workshop. The workshop is actually designed for customers, but open to everyone.
As I have been at SAS for a while now, well 10 years, I started to reflect on my time with SAS. I went from being a data mining systems engineer (SE), to an analytical strategist, to now being the Global Industry Marketing Manager for Education. I started in the
Jerry Williams is a Project Manager for Environmental Sustainability at SAS. What are you working on right now? There is so much going on…. No two days are ever quite the same. Some of my priority projects include: Balancing expectations of employees so passionate about stewardship while giving fair consideration
(Sometimes the ROI is never having to say you're sorry.) 5000 BC: Grog uses two sticks and four rocks to graph the upward trend in sales of his new invention, the wheel. 3200 BC: Sumerian analysts predict the world's use of letters will be greater than Mesopotamia's supply of clay
I am back home in Denver and catching up on all my thoughts from AHIP 2008. Every year I come back wishing I could divide my time exponentially. After all, a quick count of this year’s session tells me that I could only scratch the surface. In total, the Institute
Twice this year, I have been privileged to hear Clayton Christensen outline the principals around disruptive technologies and their impact on redefining industries. I left Friday’s closing day general session, “Diagnosing the Disease: A Disruptive Remedy for Health Care”, equally excited, reenergized yet perplexed. AHIP, again, did not fail to