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
Collaboration and cooperation are a fact of life in every organization. However, how it's done in practice and how effective it is can vary significantly. What drives these differences and variations? Research shows that organizational culture is an important influence, especially the value placed on two main factors: relationships and
When the technology is deeply embedded into the curriculum, we sometimes describe the resulting programmes as creating an ‘analytics skills factory’.
David Loshin describes some steps you can take to ensure that self-service data preparation improves collaboration.
Cities must work with companies, universities, other cities and organizations to truly realize the Smart Cities vision. This was a consistent message at last week’s Smart Cities Innovation Summit, where leaders from more than 200 cities met with technology and service providers and academics to talk about new innovations that
“The most successful life sciences companies will be the ones that can convince their customers – patients, health care professionals, government authorities and health plans – that new treatments are the most effective and provide true value compared with alternatives.” Jamie Powers, DrPH, Principal Consultant and Practice Lead, SAS Health
As the point person for SAS joining the new Open Data Platform (ODP) initiative, I want to make it clear why SAS is involved with ODP, and why we think it’s important to our customers, and the Hadoop and big data ecosystem as a whole. SAS is not in it to