GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: The Path from GIS Manager to GIS Leader Blog Series, R-ArcGIS as Place of the Week, and 1 Product and Service Update

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GIS Business StrategyFeatured Community Content: The Path from GIS Manager to GIS Leader - Part 1

Adam Carnow created a new series that examines opportunities for leadership in the GIS industry. This three-part series starts with the current state of management roles and how to position the value of GIS within your organization. In the following Part 2 entry, he shares how governance, best practices, change management, and workforce development support the path to leadership, with links to resources. Part 3 of the series dives deeper into re-branding and recognizes GIS professionals who increased their leadership in their organizations. Read: The Path from GIS Manager to GIS Leader - Part 1


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Featured Place of the Week: R - ArcGIS

R-ArcGIS PlaceR programmers are connecting in the R-ArcGIS group to collaborate on ways to use the language with ArcGIS data and perform analysis. See some of the latest answered questions and available resources including helpful links and blogs. Go to: R - ArcGIS


3 Open Questions & Discussions

Robert Ford needs help understanding the difference between using the closest facility feature versus the nearby feature in a Business Analyst infographic. Can you help?

Kelly Armstrong wants to know if there is a widget for creating a related record for every feature that is selected in Web AppBuilder Custom Widgets. Do you know of one?

Caitlin Christenson wants to know the workflow for approving edits in Collector for ArcGIS. Can you share your expertise?



1 Product and Service Update

ArcGIS Hub shared a link about upcoming changes to expect in September 2020 for custom HTML features.


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