Our Agility Affiliates represent our products and services with their clients and often work with our clients on large engagements that require affiliates who are located globally. Our affiliates have their own consulting practices that primarily focus on the following areas: Executive Coaching Leadership and Team Development/Facilitation Organizational Development/Transformation Examples of work with our Agility […]
By Ben Baran, Agility Analytics Practice Leader At the heart of analytics is a philosophy—a mindset of curiosity based in the scientific method. That’s why we’re always trying to stay on the cutting edge of the research related to agility. And it’s also why we’re always interested in turning the magnifying glass on ourselves and […]
By Ben Baran, Agility Analytics Practice Leader. On August 5, 1949, a team of 15 smokejumpers parachuted into the Mann Gulch near the Missouri River in Montana to fight a fire that had started the previous day. At first appraisal, fighting the fire seemed a simple task. But thus began one of the worst disasters […]
Rule Number 3 of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Navigation Rules defines restricted visibility as “any condition in which visibility is restricted by fog, mist, falling snow, heavy rainstorms, sandstorms, or any other similar causes.” During such instances, mariners are to follow Rule Number 19. This rule specifies, among other steps, that mariners must always be ready to change course, alter speed and assess the risk of collision with other vessels.