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Leadership Requires the Ability to See What Others Do Not

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Most will agree that being an effective leader and innovator requires a unique ability to anticipate trends and marketplace shifts.  However, what most don’t believe is that this trait is one that is learned over time through diligent practice and systematic execution of curating ideas into thematic patterns. For years, this practice…

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What Can Frank Underwood Teach Us About the “House of Innovation”?

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Frank Underwood is perhaps the last person I would turn to for sound, ethical advice. However, in my recent binge watching of the highly addictive House of Cards series, he made a snarky remark to (tv) President Walker that caught my attention… “To improve is to change. To perfect is…

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Personalized Health Care Equally Deserves Personalized Innovation

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This morning I had a revelation moment that briefly shifted my perspective on health innovation (in a minor but important way). Over the last few months, my 2-year-old daughter has been in and out of several providers’ offices battling numerous infections resultant of her recent entry into school…an inevitable rite of…

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