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the art of flipping rooms…


– There are two main parts to flipping rooms: intra-case and inter-case. They are complementary and work together iteratively. – An analogy of this iterative type of scheduling –adjusting individual cases(intra-case) and schedule (inter-case) to make a good fit– is … Continue reading

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FT: “Chief profitability officers still rare”


The Financial Times has new articles emphasizing that the CFO needs to know more systems engineering, have better analytical skills, and understand IT better.  Surprised? Chief probability officers still rare Competitive difference is in the analysis Finance heads need much … Continue reading

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FT: “Finance heads need much wider view of IT”


For those of you who won’t subscribe to Financial Times… Finance heads need much wider view of IT The Financial Times is a premier newspaper dedicated to the finance world: CFOs, CEOs, CFAs. If you pass the article along, a … Continue reading

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board can struggle with data puzzle…


Board can Struggle with Data Analysis I’ve discussed visual analytics before, and its ability to bring actionable information to both the CEO and worker on the floor.  The Financial Times has just published the above Special Report saying that boards … Continue reading

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