Amy Edmondson, Harvard Business School professor, describes how to manage intellectually diverse and geographically dispersed groups.
Jon Gordon, a successful leadership author, thought leader, and speaker, recently visited West Point Military Academy to speak and to interact with cadets, coaches, and the … [Read More...]
It was my honor recently to serve as facilitator for a day of important discussion among a group of 10 hospital and health system CEOs. Over the years, these CEOs have developed … [Read More...]
I learn a lot by watching the people around me. I have long been a people-watcher, and I’ve discovered that not only do I learn something about each person I watch, but I also … [Read More...]
The Market Insights Supply Chain Forum (formerly called the Healthcare Supplier/Provider Institute Meeting) will take place on October 6-7, 2014 at the Renaissance SouthPark in … [Read More...]
In his book The Little Book Of Talent: 52 Tips For Improving Your Skills, Daniel Coyle discusses ‘hard, high-precision skills’ versus ‘soft, high-flexibility … [Read More...]
Tip number six in Daniel Coyle's book, The Little Book of Talent, is "Choose Spartan Over Luxurious." Coyle correctly explains that we love comfort—state-of-the-art practice … [Read More...]
As a leader, your job, your responsibility, your priority is not to manage nor accept the status quo. Your job, your responsibility, your priority is to personally exemplify … [Read More...]