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Fairfax, Virginia (September 19, 2018) – ENODO’s James R. Sisco was featured in a 247Sports article, which details the NFL’s handling of player protests and related controversies. In the article, Jim explains why the NFL’s reactive, crisis-management approach has been unsuccessful. Jim states: “They’re being reactive in their way of handling the situation, and don’t have the ability to shape the discourse. Right now, the NFL is trying to appease everybody but is appeasing nobody. That is going to continually plague them and erode their support...

Fairfax, Virginia (September 5, 2018) – ENODO Global announced today the launch of its Social Risk Seminars to help organizations recognize and mitigate Social Risk, achieve organizational transformation, and gain the skills necessary to manage public perceptions in an increasingly complex social environment. ENODO’s Social Risk Seminar delivers an executive level, 3-hour course that enables leaders to recognize, forecast, and manage the impacts of Social Risk. Participants receive a customized Social Risk Investigation that identifies challenges and opportunities specific to the organization and provides the information...

Fairfax, Virginia (August 30, 2018) – ENODO Global has developed an early warning system to forecast and mitigate violence in schools across the country. ENODO’s School Violence Mitigation Program (SVMP) is a two-phased approach that combines social media monitoring with data-driven analysis to diagnose and solve the issue of school violence from a student perspective. SVMP enables schools to prepare for potential threats, predict violent incidents, and reduce violence by understanding its underlying causes. “ENODO’s SVMP provides a proactive approach that delivers tailored solutions for all stakeholders,”...

Fairfax, VA (August 17, 2018) – ENODO CFO Bryan S. Bloom will be featured on WBZ Boston’s “Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails” radio show this Saturday night. Bryan will join hosts Cindy and Samantha Stumpo and guest Dr. Elizabeth Englander, to discuss solutions for bullying on a special two-part series “Does it Take a Bully to Stop a Bully?” Bryan introduces ENODO’s solution to predict and prevent bullying and other forms of school violence by applying advanced data analytics, Social Risk analysis, and the power...

Fairfax, Virginia (July 31st, 2018) –ENODO Global is honored to have Dr. J.T. Swick join the ENODO Global Advisory Board. Dr. Swick is the Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. He brings over 19 years of diverse experience in engineering and medicine to ENODO’s Global Advisory Board, having worked previously as a warfare analyst with the Department of Navy and having completed thirteen years of combined service in the US Air Force and Air National Guard. “Awesome Day! There...

Fairfax, Virginia (July 24, 2018) – ENODO President, Mr. James R Sisco will participate in a panel discussion “Mexico 2018 Presidential Elections: Populist Revolution?” this Thursday at the Hudson Institute in Washington D.C. Jim will share insights from the recent election where ENODO Global supported city, state, and national level elections and discuss the long- and short-term implications of the election of André Manuel López Obrador and his party, the National Regeneration Movement (MORENA). For more information, to register for the event, or to watch it livestreamed,...

Fairfax, Virginia (June 27, 2018) – ENODO Advisory Board Member Dr. Montgomery McFate has published her latest book, Military Anthropology: Soldiers, Scholars and Subjects at the Margins of Empire, in which she examines the use of anthropology in foreign involvement in military conflicts across the globe. Ranging from the British colonial era in Africa to the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Military Anthropology illustrates the conceptual, cultural and practical barriers encountered by military organizations operating in societies vastly different from their own. It tells the story...

Fairfax, Virginia (January 17, 2018) — ENODO Global’s CFO, Bryan S. Bloom, will moderate a panel that explores how renewable alternatives, new investor groups, and growing social pressures within emerging markets are changing the landscape of the energy sector. “Social risk will be the driving force behind challenges in the energy sector,” stated Bryan Bloom. “Populations are simultaneously demanding better access to cheap power, reduced reliance on energy sources that pollute water and air, and a financial share of the windfall from their countries’ natural resources.” The...

Fairfax, Virginia (Tuesday October 3, 2017) — ENODO Global completed its St. Louis Specialized Analysis to help police, public officials, and political leaders understand and address protests and the underlying Social Risk factors that propagate them. Social media and online discussions provide a virtual bullhorn to unite individuals, amplify their grievances, and intensify protests. ENODO's analysis reveals how protests are no longer exclusively localized actions. It demonstrates how law enforcement and government officials fail to understand and harness the power of social media and through disjointed responses...

Fairfax, Virginia (Tuesday August 22, 2017) — ENODO Global completed its Bhutan Specialized Analysis to help the Kingdom of Bhutan manage the standoff over the Doklam plateau. ENODO monitored Bhutanese public sentiment through a real-time social media analysis to demonstrate how social media is exacerbating tensions around the conflict and to identify ways for key stakeholders can harness social media to resolve the regional crisis. The Bhutan Specialized Analysis reveals how different forms of social media create solidarity amongst the Bhutanese people, enable them to mobilize around shared...

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