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Process to Reopen Pennsylvania

Last updated: 10:55 a.m., May 20, 2020

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is an unprecedented event that has impacted every part of the globe. Pennsylvania has seen a similar unprecedented burden of COVID-19 and has taken equally unprecedented measures to save lives and reduce morbidity of the COVID-19 virus.

The commonwealth has responded aggressively to the spread of COVID-19, first by working to contain the virus through contact tracing and quarantines for residents who came in contact with someone who tested positive for the virus to slow sustained community spread. When sustained community spread was established, the commonwealth moved to mitigation efforts early in the response by issuing orders to close schools and non-life-sustaining businesses; and to restrict large gatherings. This decision to respond aggressively has proven to be an essential and effective measure to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and ultimately save an unrealized number of Pennsylvanians’ lives.

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Business Intelligence as a Process

There are too many articles and theories about business intelligence that look in business intelligence as an IT tool and only IT tool. But, it is not only that. Let’s see what means when you see business intelligence as a process.

Because of that you can find many different definitions that define business intelligence as an application that will perform some analytics activities for your business. Another issue that I found at existing theories is that all tools focusing only on the analytics of internal factors available inside company. Because of that there are some missing elements:

  • First of all, business intelligence is the process, not only an IT tool.
  • Second, business intelligence must incorporate analytics of external factors in addition to internal factors.

Before you decide to implement business intelligence solutions into your small business you must see business intelligence as a process. In such a way, you will

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Independent Appraiser Insurance Dispute Appraisal Process

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Business Intelligence Adds to Process Reengineering

Undertaking a process reengineering initiative without a business intelligence team introduces a significant risk to the project’s success. Business intelligence refers to technologies and practices for the collection, integration, analysis and presentation of business information; sometimes, it also refers to the information itself. The purpose of business intelligence is to support better business decision-making, especially during process improvement efforts.

The Need for Business Intelligence

Any process improvement program can be overwhelming to an organization if it is implemented with no regard to that organization’s change management history, culture and readiness. During process reengineering, organizations “soul search,” uncovering the traditions and inefficiencies that cause the company to stumble. Then the focus turns toward what the company should become and how it is going to get there – with the ultimate goal of emerging with less complicated and leaner processes. The starting point for any organized approach to process improvement aimed at

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Business Intelligence: Process, People and Products

This is a sixth blog entry in a blog series highlighting the critical nature and the importance of executive sponsorship for data governance initiatives. In last few entries, I explored need to understand the KPIs, goals behind those KPIs and necessity to get your hands on actual artifacts used by executives in reviewing these KPIs and their goals.

My approach has been very simple and straightforward: data governance initiatives need to absolutely be able to demonstrate impact on top and bottom lines by helping executives improve on the KPIs which are used as means to achieve higher profitability, lower costs and compliance. The process of garnering executive sponsorship is a continuous one. Visibility of data governance organization, its impact across the board; helps in establishing awareness and understanding of how data governance initiatives help organizations. This visibility and awareness makes it easy to maintain ongoing executive sponsorship.

Once you, as

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Intelligence Cycle and Process | The Learner’s Guide to Geospatial Analysis

Intelligence Analysis in a Cycle

Analysis resides within the larger intelligence cycle. The intelligence cycle determines the daily activities of the Intelligence Community. It starts with the needs of the intelligence “consumers’ such as policymakers, military officials, and other decision makers who need intelligence for their activities. These requirements are sorted and prioritized within the Intelligence Community and are used to drive the collection activities of the Intelligence Community. The cycle, as depicted in the figure below, is repeated until an intelligence requirement has been satisfied.

The US Intelligence Community. Figure explained in text below image.

Figure 2: The Intelligence Cycle.

The Intelligence Cycle is a concept that describes the general intelligence process in both a civilian or military intelligence agency or in law enforcement. The cycle is typically represented as a closed path of activities. Problems with a closed loop include an overall process that is no better than its weakest component and stove piping. In the traditional intelligence

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