Geographic information systems and location analytics change how we think and act. It alters what we measure, how we analyze things, and what predictions we make. It changes how we plan, design, evaluate, and ultimately manage our projects. GIS has scaled and is moving beyond projects or single systems to embrace organizational missions and become a pervasive force of change. But is this reality possible? GIS is the next GPS where our businesses, communities, and society can chart new directions. Discover how the mix of art, science, action, ideas, and collaboration turn this powerful notion into outcomes.