Why Time Wounds All Organizations

Why Time Wounds All Organizations
You ve heard the saying time heals all wounds. That saying is mostly true when it comes to healing the human body. Over time, a physical wound will heal itself. Over time, an emotional wound will heal. But, when it comes to organizational health

Why the WannaCry Ransomware Hack Was Inevitable And What Organizations Can Do to Protect Their Data
The wide-ranging, well-coordinated ransomware attacks that began last Friday were always inevitable. While this may act as a wakeup call, until basic cyber hygiene is taken seriously, these attacks will continue to happen at this scale. The inevitability

Why Faith-Based Organizations are particularly well suited to Doing Development Differently
Last week, I went in to talk How Change Happens with a bunch of CEOs and other senior staff from major Catholic aid agencies, including CAFOD, the first development outfit foolish enough to give me a job back in the 90s. We covered a lot of the standard

Organizations hand out free food at Saginaw church
Several organizations are teaming up to hand out free food to those in need. The distribution is taking place Thursday at New Birth Mission Baptist Church in Saginaw. It begins at 11 a.m. and continues until the food runs out. Recipients must present a

Organizations modernize legacy applications to explore cloud benefits
Most large enterprises run some form of a legacy application, for which updates and replacements can be costly and time-consuming, not to mention potentially risky. But failing to modernize out-of-date systems can ultimately damage app performance via slow