In May 2016, Jennifer Stancil, the new president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Glazer Children’s Museum in Tampa, Florida was considering further steps to take toward her goal of making the downtown museum an educational and entertainment destination for children and their families. The CEO had been hired on November 23, 2015 with a …
Habitat for Humanity (HFH) Florida is best known for their coordination of helping hand for the building of affordable homes in communities all across the world. Although effective at their mission, the organization had been procuring supplies the same way for decades, with no major analyses or innovations to their processes.
Adele Botha, a project manager in the Information Communication and Technology for Rural Education Development (ICT4RED) initiative in South Africa, pondered on what to do with the Twitter and Whatsapp data that had been secured over the course of the study. The data consisted of communication between people at the implementation sites and management of …
Dr. Jackie Phahlamohlaka reflected on what he would propose to the board regarding the transformation of the existing Siyabuswa Educational Improvement and Development Trust (SEIDET) community centre to a smart community centre.
The new CEO of a year, Mymoena Ismail, pondered on how to re-invigorate the once dynamic and highly innovative government entity as part of three integrated government entities. The questions at the top of her mind therefore revolved around how to transform the government agency into an agency that prepared South Africans with the new …
The founders of the Informing Science Institute consider how to ensure that their all-volunteer research and educational institute can be sustained into the future.
The founding dean of the USF College of Pharmacy wonders how technology could be incorporated into the college to further his goal of moving towards “The Pharmacy of the Future”
A CFO worries about cash flow shortages at a college in the Bahamas and how changes to government may endanger the institution.
A large regional hospital in Florida wrestles with the issues associated with adopting telemedicine standards in an age of electronic health records and increasing compliance concerns.
The Chief Information Office at Moffitt Cancer Center worries that his physicians may not be ready for the shift to electronic medical records (EMR). Could he get the organization to change its view from an IT driven project to an institutional change in clinical and operational workflows?