Fall 2011 – Kogod Now
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Kogod Now / Fall 2011

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...

After a massive magnitude-7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti in January 2010, more than 350 medical nongovernmental organizations poured into the country.

The earthquake took more than 200,000 lives and left well over a million Haitians homeless. Much of the country’s limited infrastructure was flattened: schools, stores, homes, businesses.