Phil Cunningham

Phil Cunningham

Phil Cunningham is a Senior Associate focused on the integration of technological and human processes to enable successful, large-scale IT implementation, transition, and adaptation within the public and private sectors. Phil earned his his MBA at George Mason University and his Bachelor of Science from The College of William and Mary. He currently is a PhD student in Experimental Economics at George Mason University.

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Why Corporate Training is...

Take this short quiz. When you finish, consider this – if you knew the answers, when was t...

The Case for Data-Driven ...

If we take the news at face value, Big Data is our great modern panacea. But as we’ve lear...

Do people still matter in...

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The Path to Your Organiza...

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How Flash Mobs and Unions...

The 1973 story “Flash Crowd” describes an event in a future world in which an argument in ...

The Human Side of IT Reso...

There is little doubt that we will continue to see a future that employs automated machine...

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