Enterra Insights


In this blog, we discuss cognitive computing and other technologies with a focus on supply chain management and innovation. Other topics of discussion include digital enterprise transformation, marketing, the Internet of Things, and smart cities. Our goal is to advance the public discussion about how cognitive computing and other advanced technologies affect the world in which we live.

Bradd C. Hayes is the active editor of this blog.

Connecting through Education

Stephen DeAngelis

December 15, 2006

In an interesting op-ed piece in the New York Times, the former dean of Yale's School of Mangagement, Jeffrey E. [READ MORE]

Prevention Better Than Mitigation

Stephen DeAngelis

December 14, 2006

One corporate accounting scandal that failed to catch wide public attention occurred at Rent-Way before the more infamous scandals at Enron, WorldCom, Tyco and other companies were uncovered. [READ MORE]

Development-in-a-Box & Iraq

Stephen DeAngelis

December 13, 2006

During an interview on NBC nightly news following an earlier meeting with the President, retired Army General Barry McCaffrey indicated that he told the President that more money for and focus on reconstruction was needed. [READ MORE]

Rules and International Trade

Stephen DeAngelis

December 12, 2006

This week high-level delegations from the United States and China will meet to discuss strategic trade relationships. [READ MORE]

Small Companies to Get SOX Relief

Stephen DeAngelis

December 11, 2006

According to an article in the New York Times, small public corporations that are subject to regulation under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act will get an early Christmas gift starting this Wednesday -- relaxation of some of the more stringent SOX requirements [" [READ MORE]

Japan Expands the Global Commute

Stephen DeAngelis

December 08, 2006

Japan has been a xenophobic country for millennia. [READ MORE]

Connecting the Poor

Stephen DeAngelis

December 07, 2006

A year or so ago a group from Cambridge, MA, announced that they were going to develop a $100 computer that could be provided to children in developing countries. [READ MORE]