Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence when disaster strikes

Fostering Resilience in the Digital Age

Researchers at Harvard and Stanford universities have found that workplace stress has cost U.S. companies $200 billion in healthcare costs.

Peter F. Drucker, known as “the founder of modern management,” was an Austrian-born American management consultant whose writings and philosophies changed the leadership game tenfold. The accomplished author of 39 books understood early the importance of breeding resilience in employees.

Serving as a consultant to some of America’s largest corporations, Drucker helped to re-orient business initiatives for success. He ushered in a shift of mentality: from a top-down, corporate greed-inspired approach to a revolution of knowledge workers—in other words, the realization that employees are vital to their companies…


Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence when disaster strikes

During a natural disaster, every second counts. To prepare the most effective response, public-sector professionals need the most up-to-date information on hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes or tsunamis affecting their operations, assets, employees and, more broadly, the local communities they serve.

While responder agencies rely on many different sources for information on the status of natural disasters, they continue to face challenges in finding timely, relevant and accurate information to inform their disaster response plans — in real time and at scale. What if there was a better way for…


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