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Steps to Successful Project and Knowledge Management: Tesla Government on the Get Down to Business Podcast

By Andrea Castle
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Shaped by her time in the Army, Andrea Castle uses that experience to help government and military clients get their projects done on time and on budget. As data curator…

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Utilizing Data Visualization in the Workplace: Tesla Gov on the Human Capital Innovations Podcast

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John Steed, Tesla Government’s Director of Geospatial Services, was recently interviewed by Dr Jonathan Westover on the Human Capital Innovations Podcast. John spoke about real world uses of Geospatial information…

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Public-Private Collaborations: Tesla Government on the LifeBlood Podcast

By Andrea Castle
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Data Curator Andrea Castle was recently interviewed by George George Grombacher on the LifeBlood Podcast. The LifeBlood Podcast interviews subject matter experts from all over the world to share their…

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Essential for User Adoption Strategy: Defining & Tracking Onboarding Metrics

By Andrea Castle
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A key component of any new system implementation is developing user adoption strategies that get users into the system and engaged to make the program successful.

But there’s really only one way to know if new software is delivering the value you expect: user adoption metrics.

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Attributes of a Skilled GIS Team

By John Steed
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Federal agencies rely on geospatial data to understand the where and the what for their projects around the world. Geospatial data helps agencies decide where to set up security perimeters…

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GIS and Civil Affairs: Tesla Government featured on One CA Podcast

By John Steed
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Through the past decade, the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team from Tesla Government has supported Civil Affairs missions around the globe. Tesla Government’s John Steed, Director of Geospatial Services, was…

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Knowledge Management Across Agencies: Tesla Government featured on GovExec Daily Podcast

By Andrea Castle
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Knowledge management, collaboration and information sharing between agencies under normal circumstances is challenging – even more so while working remotely.  Tesla Government’s Andrea Castle, a data curator and knowledge management…

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Benefits of Open-Source Research for Federal Agencies

By Tyler Wilson
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With the 24/7 news cycle, many of us have learned to source and assess articles and updates like professional researchers. Is the information I have in hand accurate or not?…

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Insider Secrets for Knowledge Management System Adoption: Community Building

By Fred Hassani
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Your agency’s new knowledge management system (KMS) went live a few weeks ago. You were excited to introduce it to everyone and expected to hear good feedback, but what are…

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File Naming and Data Organization Best Practices: From Clutter and Chaos to Knowledge Management Nirvana

By John Steed
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No one pays much attention to file names until they cause a problem. Perhaps you’ve experienced the frustration and needless busywork caused by a lack of standardized file organization practices.  …

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Data Curation Strategy: 3 Essential Elements and Best Practices

By Andrea Castle
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Federal agencies are collecting more data and information than staff can manage. With so much to sift through, it’s sometimes impossible to find the small percentage of data that’s actually…

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Data Visualization for Federal Agencies: Data Specialists Bring Your Information to Life

By John Steed
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The novel War and Peace has 587,287 words. If you randomly strung those words together, you wouldn’t end up with one of the best novels of all time. You’d end…

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