By Robert Zelinsky on November 15, 2019
By Robert Zelinsky on October 11, 2019
Field rides are a classic method of checking in with your employees. By directly observing their daily activities, a company manager or outside consultant can make constructive suggestions that encourage adherence to policies.
By Robert Zelinsky on September 20, 2019
Data governance is frequently left out of analytics discussions in favor of flashy visualizations and advanced metrics. However, companies must invest heavily in the tools and training necessary to ensure data quality prior to developing an analytics program that provides reliable insights for strategic decision-making.
By Robert Zelinsky on July 30, 2019
In a performance-driven culture, the entire organization is driven to achieve certain positive outcomes. Goals are clear. Accountability is welcome. Together, everyone works toward success.
By Robert Zelinsky on July 19, 2019
Are your KRIs actually protecting your company? Or are they just giving you a false sense of security?
By Robert Zelinsky on June 28, 2019
When one of the world’s largest life sciences companies is accused of bribery, misconduct, and corruption, everyone in the industry takes notice. Fresenius Medical, a multinational dialysis equipment provider, agreed to pay $231 million towards resolving alleged FCPA violations in March 2019 after an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).