IN THESE uncertain times, COVID-19 has fueled an urgency for leaders to rapidly adopt data analytics to protect their people and keep pace with changing consumer demands. Geospatial data, which focuses on location intelligence, is quickly emerging as an important tool. By layering in data with components of time and location such as proximity to a certain store and time of day, geospatial data allows users to visualize patterns and the complex relationships between data sets.
HERALDED by the hashtag #balanceforbetter, International Women’s Day 2019 arrives March 8 with the call to create a gender-balanced working world. Balance, while important to all, is particularly relevant to women who -- much more so than their male colleagues -- are often expected to strike a balance between career building and homemaking, between bringing home a paycheck and bringing up the children, and even between compassion and ambition.