Jack Welch, iconic business leader and transformer said – ‘Strategy means making clear cut choices about how to compete’. In his book ‘Winning’, he explains that the key to success is picking a general direction and implementing the ‘HE- double hockey sticks out of it.
Geography has ascended to an increasingly important role in today’s organizations. Geography enables spatial thinking and establishes the framework that GPS and GIS tools use to mold location into patterns for business critical consumption.
An infinite number of disparate spatial and nonspatial data sources exist, much like the proliferations of hardware and software combinations. Merging and developing relationships with these data have changed the way we perceive and interact with our environment.