Life is a combination of the results of the choices that we make and the outcomes that we do not expect to happen. We can control a lot of variables in our lives while in other times, some choices are already made for us. But how does decision-making change when you realize that you can have an upper-hand in most situations?
In Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Answers, author Annie Duke, a former poker champion turned speaker and consultant, breaks down the decision-making process and questions the value of betting.
If you’re a long-time Diver customer, chances are you know Mitch Nolan, who works in our Green Bay office. Mitch has worked with Dimensional Insight for more than 20 years now in a variety of roles from sales to customer support. He is that calm voice always helping our customers out to get the most out of their Diver deployments.
Today in our employee spotlight, we talk to Mitch to learn more about how he has grown with Dimensional Insight throughout the years and how he is always working towards customer success. (more…)
We are all unique individuals. But despite our differences, we share one thing in common: we are all patients. At every stage in our lives, we place our trust in our healthcare system to be there for us to provide safe and quality care. But have you ever experienced a time where you received anything but that?
Since 1989, we’ve had one goal: to empower our clients by helping them understand the value of their data so they can make better business decisions. 30 years later, we’re proud to say that we have achieved this goal on multiple occasions.
Tweet: Meet the Dimensional Insight team: Diederick Gerritsen
One of those people who helps us meet this goal day in and day out: Diederick Gerritsen, sales manager in our Leiden, Netherlands office. Today in our employee spotlight, we introduce you to Diederick. He shares his journey at Dimensional Insight and why customers choose to work with us. (more…)
Every industry breeds a specific mentality that lives within its employees. It affects how they think, work, and interact with each other. For aspiring technology professionals in Silicon Valley, they’ve seen how “bro” culture has been adopted by many and how it created a false sense of confidence among men, and a lack of confidence among women that has become synonymous with working in this field.
Tweet: Dimensional Insight Book Club review: Brotopia
In Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley, author Emily Chang investigates the political landscape of the workplace and how even the most successful companies are failing to achieve harmony between men and women employees. (more…)
Dimensional Insight was founded on the belief that if you take care of the customer and the employee, then the customer and the employee will take care of Dimensional Insight.
Tweet: Meet the Dimensional Insight team: Jeroen van Berk
As we kick off our 30th year in business this year, we are proud that our founding values are still practiced today and have even found their way to our international offices. Today in our employee spotlight we introduce you to Jeroen Van Berk, account and sales manager at our Leiden, Netherlands office. (more…)
We live in a world of data. If you pay close attention, you will see everything around us is composed of numbers. Digits appear in their own patterns and sequences, creating something of a larger value. But how are we to know what it all means?
Tweet: Data analytics: One solution for many markets
A data analytics tool will make sense of the mystery. For some, integrating an analytics tool may sound intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Analytics is vital towards understanding why your organization behaves the way it does and where your future is headed. (more…)
“The wine industry doesn’t like change. The wine industry doesn’t like innovation. The wine industry thinks that things should be the way it was, or the way they were.” For Robert Joseph, wine writer and connoisseur, this idea holds true. At this year’s World Bulk Wine Exhibition, an international event where wine industry professionals come together to celebrate a good bottle, Joseph challenged the attitudes that many hold towards the unorthodox approaches of doing business.
Tweet: The future of wine has changed … but in what direction?
Like many others, Joseph questions what it takes to sell a bottle of wine heading into 2019. In a landscape with ripe opportunities for innovation, it is becoming more apparent that risks need to be taken. So what is the future of wine beginning to look like? (more…)
It seems like we’re always waiting. We wait for inspiration to move us, opportunities to come to us, and even the train ride home that is consistently late. When we want to make a change in our lives, we find ourselves repeating these familiar patterns. But what if you broke the habit?
Tweet: Dimensional Insight Book Club: The Motivation Myth
In The Motivation Myth: How High Achievers Really Set Themselves Up to Win, Jeff Haden shows us how to be proactive goal-setters, sharing what we can do today to reach our long-term goals of tomorrow. We recently read this book for the Dimensional Insight Book Club. Here are our thoughts. (more…)
You know what’s inside of your glass of wine. But do you know how it was made? Vineyards have been a part of human history since as early as 6000 BC. With this vintage, we should have been expected to master the art. But in 2018, we are still striving towards excellence.
Tweet: How wine producers are solving production challenges with technology
A recent survey from Wine Business Monthly asked multiple growers from different regions about the top challenges they experienced in 2018. Among them, production challenges such as labor shortages, wine quality, and sustainability were the most prominent. So how are we able to improve production with modern technology? (more…)