Intelligence

Reflection on Leadership Skills after the U.S. Election

Nov 17, 2016- Toronto -

What do we want from our leaders? Following the confirmation of Donald Trump’s victory in this US presidential election, The New York Times was one of the first to admit that we probably don’t know anymore. Our pollsters, political analysts, and editors of trusted media all predicted wrong. Data failed

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The Bias of Conviction and the 2016 Election

Nov 15, 2016 -

As we settle into the new reality of American political society, it’s interesting to think about what, as an industry, we need to learn. However you lean politically, if you’ve been elated or despondent over the last days, there is no escaping the fact that this election proved us all,

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New Trends in Digital Healthcare

Nov 3, 2016- London -

I have read about and have listened to numerous hypotheses about the impact of technology and data on the face of health as we know it since entering the health and wellness space over four years ago. As I sat in the recording studio with three digital health experts debating

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