PERFORMANCE: Getting back to the future

We must each consider the need to fundamentally shift how we live and contribute within our communities.
By Kevin McManus

MANAGEMENT: Defining an initial problem

Don’t rush the initial problem definition, since this will set the stage for how the entire project is structured and organized.
By Steve Snelling

HEALTH SYSTEMS: Inventory management is a team effort

It is difficult – impossible – to be proactive when you have no idea what supplies will be needed.
By Valerie Boelman

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING: Combining data may result in the wrong conclusion

Simpson’s paradox is a shocking reminder that combining data might lead us to the opposite conclusion that a trend exists simply because it is observed when the data are considered separately.
By Ricardo Valerdi