As Senior Director of Strategy at Bit Stew, I often meet with utilities to learn about the most pressing challenges they face in their daily operations and discuss how they can use technology to overcome these issues. One of the topics that comes up most frequently is how to adapt their current operations to address the shifting of the generational workforce as baby boomers retire.


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- What companies need to prepare for the great shift change
- Intuitive and Instinctive Learning
- How to create a knowledge repository with Software Defined Operations
- Why move the instinctive experience to the edge


About Mike Varney: Mike spent over 20 years in the U.S. Navy, where his experience included commanding the most advanced nuclear-powered submarines in complex operations around the globe, leading a special operations team in reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan, and directing a Naval Operations Center. He has also served as a strategic advisor for the U.S. Department of Defense, a senior evaluation officer at nuclear power plants, and an advisor to companies providing smart grid technologies to utilities. Mike holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Nuclear and Marine Engineering as well as Engineering Management. He also holds a Master’s of Science degree in National Security Strategy. Today, Mike is the senior director of strategy at Bit Stew Systems, where his knowledge of operational standards, emerging methodologies and key market drivers ensures that MIx Director™, Bit Stew’s world-leading smart grid operations platform, provides business value to utilities in the real-time network operations domain.