This has been a slightly more productos month compared to the previous ones, with links quite focused in healthcare, what is a surprising coincidence. And this is not due to having more time or dedicatins, it has just happened.
And there would have been some additional link but there’s been a failure at Buffer that held some of the links i wanted to share. No problem, it is quite likely they will be in next month’s post.
Here they are:
Digital technologies promise to transform health care. Frontline clinicians can and should play a central role in inventing those new applications. But they can’t do it alone. To succeed, they require an array of specialized support and an innovation system that understands their special needs.
Over time, a lack of sleep really does chip away at your productivity and cognitive functioning. So tonight, shut off the TV, power down your smartphone, hop into bed, and get some rest. You’ll thank yourself later—not just tomorrow morning, but years from now.
As a whole, I would say the NBA is probably the most tech-savvy amongst the leagues.
In any firm, an innovation program cannot be effective without building bridges within the firm. But, in highly regulated industries, such as healthcare delivery, pharma, banking, and insurance, good relationships and effective communication are especially vital.
Slack the product wasn’t the issue. It was real-time messaging itself that was the problem.