Using Analytics to Successfully Detect Fraud

Using Analytics to Successfully Detect Fraud

According to a 2016 study, typical organizations lose about 5% of revenues to fraud.[1] The Society of Fraud of Fraud Examiners estimates that in the… Read More ›

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Employee Engagement in the Workplace is More Than Just a Business Problem

In May of 2016, a study by  J. Galvas was done to test  a model based on engagement theory. The goal was to see  how… Read More ›

Trends in Business Intelligence

Trends in Business Intelligence

“Within the last few years, there has been a transition away from IT-centric reporting platforms to modern BI and analytics platforms,” according to Gartner’s 2016… Read More ›

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Musings: Harvey and Irma to the Rescue: Politics and Perspective

Just when you think the hammer is about to come down, nature bails out the “Great Dealmaker.” The Russian investigations not included, President Trump may… Read More ›

Harvey, Irma, Western Wildfires, Deplorable Leadership… Can We Change After Disaster, After Disaster, After Disaster?

Harvey, Irma, Western Wildfires, Deplorable Leadership… Can We Change After Disaster, After Disaster, After Disaster?

People I do know, and people I don’t know at this very moment I am writing are experiencing the loss of almost everything they hold… Read More ›