Resilience and Agility in the World today
As more and more companies and industries embrace better resilience whilst being quick and agile in their responses to market needs, Resigility will bring their stories to you.
PATTY OBERMAIER - INVESTING IN SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Patty Obermaier (MBA ‘92) was in her junior year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, planning to be a physician, when she opted to take a few elective business courses. It wasn’t long before she reset her career trajectory. “I got intrigued by commerce and the marketplace, and soon realized I wanted to combine my passion for the science of health with the ‘business of business,’” Obermaier explains.
“At Resigility,” she notes, “we continually ask ourselves two pivotal questions: First, ‘Are we helping our client-organization perform at the optimal level to meet its business goal or mission?’ And second, ‘Is what we’re doing helping to support, improve and advance the communities in which we live?’
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RESIGILITY CHIEF ADVOCACY OFFICER JEFF ANDERSON HELPS OPEN THE NEW TRAIL CONNECTIONS AT ROUTE 7 & THE DULLES TOLL ROAD
With the snip of the ribbon – officially opening the pedestrian/cyclist trail connecting Route 7 from the west, over the Dulles Toll Road into Tysons, and celebrating the completion of the project that included widening the bridges over the highway and improved ramp accesses between the two major arteries.
resigility presents at Association of enterprise architects in atlanta
On Thursday, April 26th Jason Guthrie, Director, Research & Information Programs and Matt Ferguson, VP of Client Services at Resigility delivered the keynote address to the Association of Enterprise Architects, Atlanta. Matt and Jason spoke on the topic of "Putting Big Data to Work: Insight from the Frontlines of Digital Transformation” and shared some stories and uses cases from across the information technology industry.
An estimated 85% of all Big Data initiatives and 90% of all Digital Transformation efforts fail. Drawn from Resigility’s experience helping our clients transition their business and their organizations for the digital future, Matt and Jason’s talk provided a unique perspective on how organizations can capitalize on current opportunities while avoiding the pitfalls that cause many transformation endeavors to fall short. As data is the lifeblood of every organization or business, it was a great opportunity for attendees to learn about current trends in data’s evolution and how this is impacting the next wave of Digital Transformation.
Patty Obermaier - Resigility CEO - presents to Country's Top Public Health Leaders - 24 April 2018
Patty Obermaier, CEO of Resigility presented "Building a Successful Organization" at the Center for Disease Control's CIO's Unite program. This program brings together leaders from both CDC's Center and IT Organization to exchange ideas and collaboratively tackle the agency's challenges.
Patty shared with the audience her experience in transforming four businesses and the traits she feels are critical for a successful organization. Her presentation received great accolades from the audience. She looks forward to continuing to work with our Country's top public health leaders to protect the health and safety of our nation.
Resigility Makes 2018 Data Governance Predictions
Building upon our expertise and work in 2017, we looked into our crystal ball and came up with the following data governance predictions for 2018.
Progressive leaders turn to data governance as a “gotta have” performance multiplier in the face of increased regulation.
Hyperaware consumers intensify their scrutiny of data practices and privacy safeguards.
Boards of Directors will demand strong data governance programs to reduce corporate risk.
A new key C-Level role emerges, the Chief Data Governance Officer.
Technology advances such as AI and machine learning will magnify the strengths and weaknesses of data governance programs.
Resigility selected to design and facilitate two day workshop for IT and Informatics experts at CDC.
Family leads the charge for bringing biking back to Fairfax, Va.
Nearly a decade ago, Jeffrey Anderson attempted a bike ride to Wolftrap Elementary School with his daughter, Carina, only to be met with a problem. There was no rack to lock the bikes on. Anderson asked the school to install a bike rack, which was quickly done. However, he found out that the rack had been taken from another school and wondered why kids there should have to do without.
We Need Resiliency Now More than Ever - Patricia Obermaier
As a healthcare industry consultant, I’m often asked by senior executives for ways they can better equip their organizations to spring back from setbacks, respond more quickly in times of uncertainty and perform decisively when opportunity arises. In the current climate of uncertainty, more and more senior executives are seeking solutions that can help their organizations (whether commercial or government) be more resilient and agile.
IN A WORLD OF PROLIFERATING DATA, GOVERNANCE IS A NECESSITY
On the fence about whether your organization needs data governance? There are good reasons to take another look. Data is the foundation of organizational operations, and its importance necessitates a thoughtful approach to managing data as an asset. To address the gap that many corporations have when it comes to making the most of their data, companies can adopt and implement data governance.