Causality is the relation between an event (the cause) and a second event (the effect), where the first event is understood to be responsible for the second.
With the continuous demands on insurers to reduce costs, deliver faster and increase profits, change is necessary and inevitable.
Have you ever wondered where the term “entrepreneur” comes from? Neither have we, but the internet offered and we didn’t say no.
Mapping out the digits of pi (the ratio between a circle’s circumference and its diameter) has been a major mathematical challenge ever since the invention of the wheel first stirred a real interest in circles.
Andries Beukes considers how implementing a Lean culture sets the scene for effective data governance, enabling organisations to achieve great results.
We are familiar with the dotcom and US housing bubbles of recent memory, but in the early 1700s (1716 – 1720) two of the largest economic bubbles in history arose and burst at more or less the same time in different parts of Europe.
The Kano Model was developed in the 80s by Professor Noriaki Kano. It is based on the concept of customer quality and provides a simple ranking scheme which distinguishes between essential and differentiating attributes.