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The decision to solve a problem starts with the realization that there must be a better way.

But recognition rarely provides a resolution; figuring out exactly how to address a problem is often the most difficult part of finding a solution. Trial and error is generally not an acceptable approach to complex business dilemmas.

A study of cancer patients reveals their motivations and desires, and the ways hospitals can reach them As improvements are made in detecting and treating cancer, the number of cancer survivors across the country is rising. In 2007, there were 11.7 million cancer survivors—nearly quadruple the...

Steel, glass, and concrete rise from the ground as far as the eye can see. Lush landscaping replete with fountains surrounds modern buildings, sleek and glinting in the sun. First-class gyms, food courts, and state-of-the-art facilities beckon with the promise of crisp air conditioning.

Welcome to Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India.

Imagine a responsive and transparent government, one that tells citizens what they want to hear—and what they don’t.

Public information about our government has come a long way since 1690, when the first American newspaper, Publick Occurrences, was shut down for being printed without the government’s authority.