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Oddly, this is where the issue we brought up earlier originates from. A significant portion of the workforce is aging, and their impending departures, coupled with their decades of experience in one role at an organization, create a new risk: the loss of institutional knowledge.Continue reading
A strong social services program can make a big difference in a community. It’s why some of New Haven’s own residents run the city’s Youth Stat program, a school-based intervention program seeking to reduce justice involvement and improve health and wellness outcomes in students from elementary and postsecondary education.Continue reading
Those who did receive notifications via text weren’t given the total picture, however. The text notification was incomplete.Continue reading
Just about everything we do begins with a conversation. And when doing those things, there are more conversations every step of the way. When we began working on collaboration and work processes 15 years ago, given the limitations of technology at the time, we did not have a well-developed conversation system.Continue reading
Mass Notification Systems are now an accepted and integral part of many institution and organization emergency response plans. In response to demand, over 100 companies now offer mass notification systems, accompanied by the expected drop in pricing, with some even offering rates below 1 cent per message.Continue reading
While flipping through National Geographic Magazine’s photography issue (October 2013), I came across a Norwegian landscape with a lake in the foreground, distant hills, a gray, cloudy sky, and—surprise!—a lone reindeer, galloping along the road.Continue reading
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