An opinion piece by Aaron Magid
When federal agency leadership and staff change, institutional knowledge gets lost and missions are put at risk. Knowledge management helps preserve the agency’s information continuity and set up future staff for success.
Data curation and management – when done right – can be a powerful tool that leads to better outcomes. Here are a few tips to point you in the right direction.
Here at Tesla, there are 4 pillars to our open source research process, all working together to help our clients be better informed and make better decisions. Take a look.
The Marie Kondo craze extends beyond your closets and attic: Learn from our GIS team, who is decluttering geospatial data to build a better product!
Data is often unorganized and overwhelming. It could be difficult to recognize significant connections and trends and even harder to grasp a clear picture of what your data is trying to tell you.
This is why data visualization often becomes a key part of your knowledge management program.
Tesla In the News: A conversation with David Grosso, senior geospatial analyst at Tesla Government
At Tesla, we help clients act with confidence because they have the right information to make the right decision at the right time. But this wouldn’t be possible without our team, so we make a point to hire only the best and the brightest from a variety of backgrounds. To attract and retain our talented team, we look for ways to show how much their work means to us.
One way is by offering innovative teleworking and commuting options.
If you’ve been to the gym lately, you know a lot of people are all-in on their New Year’s resolutions to get in shape and improve their health. If you’re not one of them, we promise not to judge you.
In our previous post, we looked at how knowledge management can solve your information overload. More isn’t always better. Deep down, you know it’s true. But it’s easy to forget, especially when it comes to collecting data.