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How traffic prediction will revolutionize how traffic is managed

I like to warn Ministries and Departments of Transportation (MOTs/DOT’s) Transportation Managers, Majors and City managers — Current traffic management technologies and practices won’t have a hope in dealing with what’s around the corner. I won’t bore you with facts and figures about the economic and social cost of congestion – you’ve heard them a […]

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New models for Service Delivery: Leveraging technology and Partnerships

“We cannot weigh our brother with ourself” – what Shakespeare lets Isabella say undoubtedly holds true as well today as it did in former times. But why quote Shakespeare in our context here? What has that to do with the topic – “New models for Service Delivery”? The reason for quoting “Measure for Measure” is […]

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The Rise of Social Business Brings “Smarter” Change Management

Just a week or so ago, the IBM Connect 2013 Conference was kicked off by IBM's General Manager for Social Business, Alistair Rennie . In front of thousands of thought leaders from around the globe, he marked the beginning of a journey that many...

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Organizational Change Management: Weaving In Social Media & Social Business Tools to Drive Lasting Change

This is the second entry in a series of blogs on the topic of Organizational Change Management in the Future.    Social media surrounds us today. In headlines, annual reports, marketing, and across the blogosphere, social media influences the way...

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Juvenile Placement and Outcome Failure – At What Cost? (Part 1) “It Begins at the Source”

You were probably speculating that I left you all waiting and wondering what had become of me, and my 3 part series on Juvenile Placements and Outcome Failures (and the costs to our kids, government and our communities).  My absence was due in large part...

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Juvenile Placement and Outcome Failure – At What Cost? (Series Introduction)

Over the next few weeks, I will be providing insights into the government discipline known as "juvenile justice". In particular I will challenge the reader to think about the social and economic impacts associated with failing to properly place juveniles in...

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