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Inside Quality Digest Live for Sept. 8, 2017

Critical components of a digital workplace, plus Hurricane Harvey forces us to look at risk management, infrastructure, and resiliency

Published: Monday, September 11, 2017 - 12:00

Our Sept. 8, 2017, episode of QDL examined a different way to conduct clinical trials, discussed fixing problems before they occur, and in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey looked at resources for building a more resilient and sustainable infrastructure.

“A Better Way to Design Clinical Trials”

A statistical method to start clinical trials before you have the entire sample size has implications for business as well.

“Gartner Highlights Eight Critical Components of a Digital Workplace”

Gartner has identified the eight critical components—“building blocks”—that application leaders need when planning, directing, and evolving digital workplace programs.

“If It Ain’t Broke, Fix It”

The best time for permanent improvement is when there is no problem.

“Wind and Water, Sink or Save”

Disasters provide the opportunity to disrupt the status quo, to seek change when problems are apparent and foremost in people’s minds. Building a better infrastructure begins with citizens taking responsibility for their health, safety, and community development.

Off script with Mike and Dirk: Should infrastructure improvements based on sustainable and resilient practices be mandated?

Catch us again for another episode of Quality Digest Live this coming Fri., Sept. 15, 2017. You can watch us either on our home page or our dedicated player page. See you there!


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Dirk Dusharme is Quality Digest’s editor in chief.