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Dodge the Business Line Viability Trap

2018-09-06T03:41:22+00:00January 30th, 2018|Categories: Insights|Tags: |

As a senior leader, what do you do if a new business line in your organization is not performing up to expectations? How do you avoid shutting it down prematurely or continuing to bet on a losing horse? These are valid questions you may have asked yourself on the way to work, because your responsibilities [...]

GE and Roche Partner on Clinical Decision Support Software

2018-10-07T20:36:41+00:00January 18th, 2018|Categories: Science|Tags: |

GE Healthcare and Roche entered into a strategic partnership to co-develop and co-market digital clinical decision support (CDS) solutions. GE Healthcare is a worldwide leader in medical imaging equipment, while Roche Diagnostics is the global leader in in-vitro diagnostics. The partnership will initially focus on products that accelerate and improve individualized treatment options for cancer [...]

Self-Driving Cars of GM, Uber, Lyft and Waymo

2018-09-06T03:44:26+00:00December 28th, 2017|Categories: Engineering|Tags: |

How soon will self-driving cars impact how you get to work and your home from a night on the town? Automakers, ride-sharing firms and tech startups are forging loose alliances in an effort to advance self-driving technology and claim a piece of what is expected to be a multi-billion-dollar business. General Motors (GM) plans to have [...]

Manage Up to Improve Your Situation

2018-09-06T03:45:16+00:00November 29th, 2017|Categories: Insights|Tags: |

“You have to learn to manage up better.” Perhaps someone has said this to you or a colleague. To manage up, you need to be strategic in how you handle work relationships with your boss and individuals higher on the company ladder that possess more power than you. When you manage up with leaders, the [...]

To Freeze or Not to Freeze Credit Files

2018-09-06T03:46:45+00:00November 9th, 2017|Categories: Finance|Tags: |

Few of us freeze our credit files at the three major credit bureaus (Equifax, TransUnion and Experian), even after massive data breaches like the one at Equifax. This breach compromised the private data of as many as 145 million Americans. Gartner Research analyst Avivah Litan estimated about 2 percent to 3 percent of U.S. consumers currently have [...]

“Unmuddy” Strategic Thinking

2018-09-06T03:48:44+00:00September 29th, 2017|Categories: Insights|Tags: |

Is strategic thinking important for leaders? When asked this question, most business leaders said "yes." The remaining said generic use of the term has muddied its meaning. Therefore, let me clarify what I mean by strategic thinking as it applies to work. In my experience, individuals who effectively demonstrate this capability: Use a broad “field of [...]

Human Dx Changes the Process for Medical Diagnoses

2018-09-06T03:49:58+00:00September 14th, 2017|Categories: Science|Tags: |

How is your experience at your doctor’s office likely to change? The Human Diagnosis Project (also referred to as "Human Dx") could be a big factor. Human Dx is a worldwide effort led by the global medical community to build an online system that maps the best steps to help any patient. By combining collective intelligence [...]

Strengthen Your Resilience

2018-09-06T03:51:04+00:00August 31st, 2017|Categories: Insights|Tags: |

Whether you are a C-suite executive, middle manager or an emerging leader, you will continue to face setbacks. Maybe the company is not performing up to expectations or you are not getting the progress you want from employees on key initiatives. Setbacks can start to take a toll on you. How you do you respond [...]

Building Construction with 3D Printing

2018-09-06T03:51:46+00:00August 17th, 2017|Categories: Engineering|Tags: |

Since 3D printing is being used for applications in a variety of industries, how feasible is it for the construction industry? If you ask researchers at MIT, they are likely to tell you 3D printing has immense potential for the construction industry. MIT researchers have designed a system that can 3D print the structure of [...]