Need a great ideas? Start at the edge of what is known

Need a great ideas? Start at the edge of what is known

“Where do great ideas come from?” Starting with this question in mind, Vittorio Loreto takes us on a journey to explore a possible mathematical scheme that explains the birth of the new. Learn more about the “adjacent possible” — the crossroads of what’s actual and what’s possible — and how studying the math that drives…

Leading with inner agility

Leading with inner agility

Fact: We live in an age of accelerating disruption. Every company is facing up to the profound changes wrought by digitization. Industry boundaries have become permeable. Data, algorithms, and artificial intelligence are changing the nature of forecasting, decision making, and the workplace itself. All this is happening at once, and established companies are responding by rethinking…

Operational Excellence by Design eNewsletter – April 2018

Operational Excellence by Design eNewsletter – April 2018

      Issue: 2018-04 April 2018 Founder’s Corner Leveraging Technology in Pharma by Joseph Paris I am not easily impressed by technology.  In fact, I am often a contrarian and don’t easily buy into the hype of the “next great thing”.  It’s probably a combination of factors. One being that I started my professional…

The Outliers Inn; Being an outsider with an eye for variation

The Outliers Inn; Being an outsider with an eye for variation

Welcome to Episode 27 of the Outliers Inn – Being an outsider with an eye for variation Topic:  Luca Willington has been in a position where she had to take a different perspective many times – as one of the first yogis in post-communist Romania, as an entrepreneur successfully breaking into the multi-billion international skin-care industry…