We bring our creative thinking and outside perspective to your table, helping you to capitalize on what you already have while identifying gaps in strategies, communications, and project rollouts. We’ve been assisting companies to find better ways of doing business since 2014, from growing startups to household names.
We help organizations create the capacity behind the marketing, plan for growth, and maintain continuity in the face of disruption. We also support our clients in managing major transformations such as post-acquisition integrations, complex program management, and disaster recovery.
As the challenges faced by higher education continue to evolve at an ever rapid pace, institutions must add and update curriculum to remain competitive. Yet the current curriculum approval process inhibits how fast curriculums can adapt, and consequently, prevents institutions from rapidly adapting. In this Insight, Education Services Manager, Jake Hannigan, and Education Associates Jacob Dolence and Karen Yoshino discuss what is wrong with the current curriculum approval process and what can be done to improve it.
In 2020, organizations made rush investments into their digital infrastructure in the wake of COVID-19. The end of the pandemic is finally in sight, but the need for quality digital infrastructure will remain. In this Insight, Program Director for Van Allen Strategies, Namita Duggal and Business Development Strategist, Jake Hannigan, discuss how organizations should leverage their investments into digital infrastructure post COVID-19.
Diagnostic testing on mobile devices is leading to a new revolution in healthcare. In this Insight, we discuss how big data is shaping the next evolution in healthcare, and how artificial intelligence can be leveraged to improve outcomes. Mobile phones are one of the fastest growing sectors in the technology industry. And this growth continues to significantly impact medicine. From using the smartphone’s GPS tracker to monitor patients with Alzheimer’s disease to using smartphones connected via Bluetooth to a single-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) device. Technology is being used to provide diagnostics in the field, thereby improving patients' health and reducing healthcare costs. Thanks to the ability for add-ons and apps, smartphones with their small screens, camera, sensors, flash and microphone have turned into medical devices.
The United States was once the undisputed leader in the future of commerce. However, it is now China that is taking the lead in the next wave of innovation in e-commerce. In this Insight we discuss how business owners can take lessons learned from China and the US to improve their competitiveness in the new frontier of commerce.