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Data, decision-making and the algorithmic healthcare revolution - Mike Walsh

By Dori Pominville | Oct 16, 2017 | Comments Off

Healthcare is on the brink of a profound transformation, enabled by data, analytics and algorithms. As the health ecosystem moves from providing ‘sick care’, to an integrated, human-centric approach to helping people manage wellness - providers, payers and pharmaceutical manufactures will need to change. I spoke with healthcare analytics experts, D. Sahay and Rohan Fernando, from the global advisory group, ZS Associates, about how leaders can learn to make decisions based on data and algorithms rather than experience and excel spreadsheets.

The Industry 4.0 Revolution - Mike Walsh

By Dori Pominville | Oct 11, 2017 | Comments Off

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzig1rVkzOU&t=1s

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Analytical decision making, citizen development and the no-code revolution - Mike Walsh

By cmiadmin | Sep 07, 2017 | Comments Off

Starting work in the nineties, I quickly discovered that professional mastery had a lot to do with your ability to manipulate complex Excel spreadsheets. Analysts crunched numbers, programmers cracked code. These days, 21st century companies are trying to do the exact opposite - putting the power to create software and automate activities, in the hands of people closest to the work. Rick Willett, CEO of Quickbase, is one of the people leading this no-code revolution. Formerly at GE, and now focused on reinventing enterprise collaboration, we spoke about the future of work and the power of algorithmic decision making.

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In the Age of AI, Data is your Competitive Edge - Mike Walsh

By cmiadmin | Aug 30, 2017 | Comments Off

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydkmGBNK7os

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North Korea, biotech and the promise and peril of extreme longevity - Mike Walsh

By cmiadmin | Aug 29, 2017 | Comments Off

I caught up with Jamie Metzl for a coffee in Bryant Park, New York. A fellow futurist, geopolitical expert and sci-fi novelist - suffice to say, we had lots to chat about. Jamie is a Senior Fellow of the Atlantic Council, serves on the Advisory Council to Walmart’s Future of Retail Policy Lab, and even ran (unsuccessfully) for the U.S. House of Representatives. It seemed strangely appropriate that our topic of conversation - human performance and leveraging technology to live much longer - was with someone who himself completed thirteen Ironman triathlons, twenty-nine marathons, and twelve ultramarathons.

Data, talent, and how to recruit smart millennials - Mike Walsh

By cmiadmin | Aug 23, 2017 | Comments Off

With more than 200 inches of snow each year, and a good eight hour drive from a major city, Michigan Tech didn’t see many recruiters from outside of the Midwest. That didn’t seem right to Garrett Lord. Why should talent be located just in geographies closest to tech companies? After driving to college campuses across the country, he realized that student access to opportunities was universally unequal, and so along with Scott Ringwelski and Ben Christensen, decided to form Handshake to reinvent the college recruiting business. I caught up with Garrett in Las Vegas, to talk about how data might change the way companies find, recruit and manage talent in the future.

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What Is Your Contribution? - Ty Bennett

By cmiadmin | Aug 17, 2017 | Comments Off

My father-in-law Dennis White is a master gardener. It is a hobby that he has taken and made into a real craft. Every week, he cuts a bouquet from his beautiful flower garden to take to church to display on the pulpit. It is his contribution, his way to use his talent for the benefit of others.

It’s been said that we can’t all contribute in a grand way, but we can all contribute in our own way. If we take our strengths, our talents, what sets us apart and use them for the good of others, then we are making a grand contribution.

My friend Jason Hewlett describes this as finding your signature move and he has helped me to realize that it is vital that we share them with the world.

I loved this observation from Jason, “The secret is this: Share them. Don’t hide them!

If you went to a Michael Jackson concert in the 80’s and he danced and sang as sweat rained down for 3 hours straight, but didn’t do the Moonwalk, you would be upset! But, since he’s a LEGEND, he delivers it every time, because that’s what Legends do.”

Take what is unique to you and use it for the benefits of others – not only will it help others but it will help you to become your best self.

The Bitcoin civil war, crypto-banking, and the power of algorithmic thinking - Mike Walsh

By cmiadmin | Aug 08, 2017 | Comments Off

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Optimize Your Office with Algorithms - Mike Walsh

By cmiadmin | Aug 02, 2017 | Comments Off

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prMnReGyyqM

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How Small Businesses Can Use Collaboration To Win Big! - Tim Sanders

By cmiadmin | Jul 05, 2017 | Comments Off

Best selling author Tim Sanders shares the LGA case study to illustrate how an architectural firm won a major piece of business by collaborating with a "competimate."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5DmdhU61Zk&feature=youtu.be

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