Thu.Apr 22, 2021

Back to Basics - 6 Principles of Lean Healthcare

Kainexus

We spend a lot of time and effort on this blog digging into the details of how to start, spread, and sustain a Lean culture. We think it is important to get very specific about the Lean tools and techniques that produce measurable results for healthcare organizations.

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Podcast S5E112: Simon Hill – What’s new at Wazoku

Idea to Value

In today’s episode of the Idea to Value podcast, we speak once again with Simon Hill. The last time we spoke with Simon , he was the CEO of Wazoku. Since then, he has also taken over the Open Innovation platform Innocentive.

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P&G’s Global Design Officer on How Design Inspires Experimentation

Innovation Leader

Why do we trust Mr. Clean, outfitted in a white t-shirt with one hoop earring, to clean our homes, or the family of blue Charmin bears to sell us toilet paper? We speak to Procter & Gamble’s Global Design Officer Phil Duncan to learn more

Free Webinar | May 11: Former IBM Executive Shares Winning Strategies on How to Drive Product Innovation & Growth

Entrepreneur - Innovation

Discover why it's especially important to change your business strategies when crisis strikes during this webinar with CEOs Burton M. Goldfield and Jason Nazar. Register now! Prepare to Succeed

Is Your IoT Pilot in Danger?

Take our short quiz to determine if your IoT pilot is set up for success, or at risk of being delayed.

Why is Hyper-personalization the way to reach customers?

mjvinnovation

To respond to these demands, hyper-personalization may be the ideal solution. Competitive parameters have changed, expanded, and taken intersectoral proportions. The consumer now compares the interactions with each brand with the best in the market in terms of experiences.

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Podcast E23: Stop Telling People What To Do

Stephen Shapiro

Thought leaders for years have told people what to do. They write books, shoot videos, and create online training programs. Consultants on the other hand do all of the heavy lifting for their clients, implementing the solutions.

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