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Edgewater Consulting, formerly known as Edgewater Technology, combines management consulting and technical services to help clients implement transformational projects that provide a high rate of return. Our consultants provide deep expertise in classic management disciplines, such as Operational Excellence, Process and Organizational Assessment and Strategy, and Transition and Implementation Services. In addition, Edgewater offers focused industry expertise for healthcare providers and payers, mid-market manufacturers, and the insurance and hospitality industries.

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By edgewatertech

netinsight sunsetRemember the IBM announcement back in April to sunset NetInsight? The truth is on-premises web analytics is a dying art. The only other well-known vendor that provides on-premises solutions is WebTrends. It is destined to suffer a slow death – there have not been any new releases for the last few years and customers are encouraged to move to the SAAS version. So, the next best thing is to prepare and plan for inevitable – migration to SAAS.

  1. Assess Web Analytics vendors. Sunsetting the on-premises
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One Size Does Not Fit All

August 05, 2014

 

By jwyman2013

One size fits allHave you been to the mall and purchased a shirt that says “one size fits all” for the size?  While the shirt may fit some of us perfectly, it might be too large or too small for others.  The same goes for a project.  This “one size fits all” mentality for all projects can put your smaller projects at great risk by bogging them down in a project management methodology that is too rigorous for the size of these projects.

 So what can you do?

Establish a flexible project management methodology f

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Are You an Effective Leader?

July 21, 2014

 

By hgordon2013

Edgewater ConsultingI’m a bit of a history buff and I recently finished reading Jeff Shaara’s new book “The Smoke at Dawn” which focuses on the Civil War battle for Chattanooga.

The book has me thinking about what makes an effective leader. At the beginning of the novel, one general has every advantage, but focuses on the wrong things. While the other general begins at a major disadvantage, focuses on the right things, and ends up winning the battle.

The novel reinforced some core leadership principles that were...