Everyone thinks that the way to get a video to go viral is to be hilarious or outrageous. But I love this advertisement for UPS, which is just plain touching. … Continue reading
Harvard Medical School’s spoof on Yvlis’ What Does the Fox Do. Who doesn’t love a science-themed song?
After reviewing the various tech trend predictions of 2014, I’ve decided that ITBusiness Edge has published my favorite–from the experts at Gartner. It’s cloud, cloud, cloud. In the next year, … Continue reading
Datafication could change healthcare. Big data and personalized medicine have been industry buzz terms for quite some time, but while it’s widely known there are correlations between the two, many are still struggling … Continue reading
Check out my review of the Pathology Visions Conference….and the latest piece on the Definiens’ blog….. Every year we await the Pathology Visions conference, curious to see what the latest … Continue reading
One of my favorite all time talks on open innovation.
Until about 2 years ago, the idea of networking was distasteful to me. It reeked of spending time fruitlessly making small talk with a group of dressed up people all … Continue reading
Like many of you out there, I saw the spate of media attention to the Sheryl Sandberg book, “Leaning In.” And so I bought it and read it…..finding it to … Continue reading
You’ve got your license, and you’re ready to hang your shingle. But you’ve got to market to customers and drum up business. Where to start: Brochures? Website? Social media? Nope. While … Continue reading
Having survived the putative end of the world in December, I have moved into 2013 with aplomb only to find myself here on January 3 sitting in a jury lounge. … Continue reading