The Best Leaders Have a Contagious Positive Energy

This post references the HBR article titled “The Best Leaders Have a Contagious Positive Energy” by Emma Seppälä and Kim Cameron. Take a few minutes to read the whole article here, but one of the key takeaways for me in Continue reading The Best Leaders Have a Contagious Positive Energy

Digital Twin – exploring the basics

The concept of digital twins is not new, but rather built on ideas that have been explored for the last couple of decades. The technology (compute power, data management & analytics, etc..) and thinking (increasing regulatory and community acceptance of Continue reading Digital Twin – exploring the basics

Books to read: Algorithms to Live By

This book is a solid read with ideas that apply to decision making across a broad spectrum of areas. The authors are able to make the math and conversation around algorithms map to life in well thought and articulated examples Continue reading Books to read: Algorithms to Live By

WHY THE PAST 10 YEARS OF AMERICAN LIFE HAVE BEEN UNIQUELY STUPID

I came across this article on Twitter this week and was struck by many of the points. The idea that as we have evolved our social medial platforms, we have empowered the worst of society, and amplified their behaviors has Continue reading WHY THE PAST 10 YEARS OF AMERICAN LIFE HAVE BEEN UNIQUELY STUPID

Pistoia Alliance: Patient Centricity

There is an increasing recognition of the value in patient engagement with respect to healthcare in general, as well as the emerging field of personalized / targeted medicine and digital health. The wearable / therapeutic combination, CAR-T therapies, telehealth and Continue reading Pistoia Alliance: Patient Centricity

Ontologies as applied to FAIR data

(The I in FAIR) Ontologies provide a common structure to bring disparate data together – for this post I will refer to the definition of Ontology from Tom Gruber below – emphasis added by me. Note the last highlighted statement as Continue reading Ontologies as applied to FAIR data

Is your Scientific Data FAIR

For many years, we have seen the proliferation of data as we increasingly instrument our scientific processes. We have developed a diverse landscape of tools and processes, making significant leaps from paper based documentation, but created a new nightmare of Continue reading Is your Scientific Data FAIR

Agile Manifesto

The Manifesto for Agile Software Development came out of a discussion among 17 people in the Utah mountains. The story around the start in the Snowbird  ski resort is an interesting read, but fundamentally it is about looking for a Continue reading Agile Manifesto

Principles behind the Agile Manifesto

The Agile Manifesto is backed or supported by 12 principles that describe the implementation approach. As mentioned in a related post, Agile is often blown up to a far more complex idea, with a misguided thinking that to be agile it means certain tools, Continue reading Principles behind the Agile Manifesto

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