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Enhance Your Data Insights with Geospatial Analysis

Whether or not you realize it, we rely on geospatial data analysis every single day in our modern world. Geospatial data analysis involves collecting, combining, and visualizing various data sets that represent people, places, and things on Earth. On any given day, you might use GPS to meet your friend at a new restaurant in town or search for a healthcare provider near your home. Geospatial analysis enables our day-to-day lives to run seamlessly. Accordingly, it’s become more important than ever for organizations to leverage geospatial analysis for data analytics and business intelligence needs.

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Experience From Both Sides of the Desk: Bringing a balanced perspective to a Workday Student Implementation

We’ve walked a mile in your shoes, is what many consultants say, when they make the transition from working for a higher education institution to Workday consultant. After 11 years in higher education, I made the leap to become certified as a Workday Student consultant. While many of the same character traits and skills are needed in both roles to be effective, the role of internal project leader and the role of the consultant are not the same in a project.

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Tableau Checklist: Key Principles for Dashboard Design

The Tableau best practices checklist is designed to provide developers with key questions to ask when designing a dashboard. The checklist serves as a resource for designers before, during, and after the dashboard is built. The components of the checklist ensure that the dashboard is following Tableau best practice standards and best-serves the desired audience. This checklist is intended to make you aware of the things to consider.

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Four Ways Police Departments Can Use Data and Analytics

Police departments across the country are modernizing technology to make processes more efficient, reduce manual errors, and increase transparency. While crime is down nationally, it can be different at the state or county level. Between burglaries, robberies, grand larcenies, assault, and property crime, there is a lot of data to sift through. Using data and analytics, law enforcement leaders can get a better grasp of what is happening inside their communities and make data-informed decisions, better allocate resources, and reduce manual processes and errors. Here are four ways data and analytics are enabling police departments to add more precision to policing.

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Building the Business Case for Organizational Change Management

Business leaders are constantly looking for ways to improve their organizations and streamline processes to meet current and future business needs. Most companies are transforming or need to transform to remain competitive, be more efficient, and position themselves for growth. With change comes disruption, but even when it is positive, change can be difficult to manage. With proper organizational change management, disruptions can be minimized, and successful transformation can be achieved.

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