Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 1)

Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 1)

Embrace chaos to drive value, collaboration, and tangible benefits This is the first of a four-part blog series that explores the challenges and introduces a practical management framework for utilities to consider when embarking on a large grid modernization effort. The utility business model is undergoing profound change in terms of how energy is produced, delivered, and consumed.…

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What Can Healthcare Learn From Other Industries’ Best Practices?

Many industries have suffered the pain of transformational change. In doing so, they provide insight into how to effectively overcome a variety of obstacles. If the healthcare industry can leverage the experience of others’ past failures, their own transformation will be accelerated.  In recent years, stories about healthcare often portray the industry in a negative light, including the...

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Why healthcare organizations should be thinking about tomorrow today

Payers today face evolving and unclear industry regulation and an increasingly competitive landscape.  Inevitably, the Affordable Care Act presents a handful of problems to healthcare insurers: evolving mandates, new plan design requirements, emergence of direct to consumer marketing, and profit ceilings —  just to name a few. To mitigate the risks of a changing industry landscape...

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“Smooth” Optimization

I LOVE smoothies! Delicious treats for those with seemingly healthy habits, and an alternative to milkshakes for those with a sweet-tooth like myself. And where do we all get them? Most likely Jamba Juice as they are definitely the main player in this $2B industry. If you, like me, frequent the establishment on occasion, then you’ve most likely noticed the changes that seem to happen...

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