Category Archives: Services

The type of service that is provided by this project

Warren Hunt

I have a rare double-sided perspective on the value of consulting services, as I’ve spent much of my career moving back and forth between consultant and client. It started when I was a materials R&D engineer and manager in a

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Ross Brindle

Most people don’t like buzzwords, although we all use them. At Nexight, our commitment to clear communication means we try to avoid buzzwords, instead opting to use plain English to describe the complex problems we work to solve. But it’s

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Lindsay Pack

At Nexight Group, we know that it’s not enough to just conduct research, talk to stakeholders, or facilitate a meeting—you have to compile and communicate the results in a clear and concise way that resonates with your audience and inspires

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Lindsay Kishter

My fellow jurors and I had been deliberating for only five minutes when it hit me: we needed a facilitator. After a day and a half of hearing testimony—and express instruction to not utter a word about the case to

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Ross Brindle

We’ve all been in bad meetings before—chances are, you’ve been in one just this week. Studies have shown that employees spend more than one-third of their time in meetings and that as much as half of that time is considered

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Lindsay Kishter

One of the most challenging aspects of disaster resilience is anticipating how a service disruption in one sector will cascade into other critical sectors. First-order impacts—where a failure in one sector disrupts operations in another—can seem fairly intuitive. An electricity

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Warren Hunt

There has been no other time in recent memory when the spotlight on materials and advanced manufacturing has shown as brightly as it is today. To make the major advances that this moment offers, it’s time for an “all hands

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Jack Eisenhauer
Why We Tweet
Jack EisenhauerNovember 7, 2013

I never thought that Twitter would be of much use to Nexight Group. We typically work on complicated problems that have many technical, policy, and social dimensions. We work with thought leaders to interpret long-term trends in science, energy, critical

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Lindsay Pack

As a connoisseur of all things visual design, I often find myself poring over strong examples of data visualizations for inspiration. But, as in life, sometimes it’s the mistakes and failed attempts that teach us the best lessons about what

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Sarah Lichtner

The climate change discussion is everywhere lately, with new articles published daily. Yet in the United States, our level of concern about climate change has been decreasing. According to the “Climate Change in the American Mind” survey series, the percentage

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