Think Strategically About Your Career Development.

BY Dorie Clark – HARVARD BUSINESS REPORT In a world where the average employee sends and receives 122 emails per day and attends an average of 62 meetings per month, your boss or HR leadership simply doesn’t have the time or bandwidth to properly think through how best to deploy your talents moving forward. Instead,

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How Big Data, AI and Machine Learning Are Transforming Healthcare.

BY Bernard Marr While robots and computers will probably never completely replace doctors and nurses, machine learning/deep learning and AI are transforming the healthcare industry, improving outcomes, and changing the way doctors think about providing care. Machine learning is improving diagnostics, predicting outcomes, and just beginning to scratch the surface of personalized care. Imagine walking

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At the Heart of Digital Transformation in Healthcare

BY Tom Kendra – Member Board of Directors at Persistent Systems Earlier this month was the 49th anniversary of the first successful heart transplant, performed in Cape Town, South Africa. I was thinking about that when returning from my annual cardiologist checkup and I came across an interesting article in a Northwestern Alumni magazine about

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Talking About Ethics Across Cultures

BY Mary C. Gentile – HARVARD BUSINESS REPORT A few years ago, I was teaching a two-day program about ethics in India for entrepreneurs and business faculty who taught entrepreneurship. It was a program that I had spent years honing, building upon research that suggests rehearsing — pre-scripting, practicing voice, and peer coaching — is

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A Year of Uncertainty and Opportunity for the Healthcare Industry in 2017

BY Stacey Empson – PwC Partner – Healthcare Leader | Healthcare Strategy Consultant | Healthcare Technology & Transformation Consulting As the healthcare industry adapts to the administration of President-elect Donald Trump in 2017, it also will continue to be shaped by the shift toward value. Both traditional health organizations and new entrants will need to

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Five Assumptions You Have to Make When Managing a Crisis

This article is written BY By Jack and Suzy Welch Crises are a Part of Life…and Business It’s a rare day that you turn on the television or open the newspaper and don’t encounter a story about a crisis unfolding in an organization somewhere. Crises come in all shapes and sizes. Some are very public like

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3 Ways traveling abroad can help your career

BY Caris Thetford – The Muse – Image by Corbis Thomas Thu Hurlimann/ImageZoo I remember the first time I left the United States. I was about eight years old, visiting family in El Paso, Texas. During the trip, we traveled to nearby Juarez, Mexico, to visit the market. Everything about the market was different from

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A New Leadership Model for Healthcare Organizations

BY Karen Springer – President and Chief Executive Officer at Saint Thomas Health. When it comes to executive leadership, I am a firm believer that gaining a different perspective can provide the advantage needed to successfully steer an organization through any amount of change. Sometimes, we all need another mind, another set of hands, eyes

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