The New Script for the Work of Health in America

Our board member Dr. Tim Porter O'Grady submitted the following guest blog interpreting the radical transformation of the US healthcare system required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  Technology can help, but the biggest changes will begin with linking process to outcomes via intelligent process design and meaningful analytics. Now that the Supreme … Continue reading The New Script for the Work of Health in America

The Pleasures (and Burdens) of the Staycation

The good news - I'm on vacation this week.  A week that ends with a 3-day weekend - bonus day!  The weather is supposed to be great almost every day of the coming week - and I live in a beach town.  In fact, my town was a popular summer destination for generations of Bostonians … Continue reading The Pleasures (and Burdens) of the Staycation

What does that Cloud look like to you?

Our board member, William Tincup, frequently has a provocative point of view about the human resource issues of the day.  Here he takes on "the Cloud" and specifically, how potential buyers of technology need to evaluate whether cloud solutions are right for them. When my smart phone doesn't work I'm sure the random Verizon mall … Continue reading What does that Cloud look like to you?

Whose job is it to help the bad fits?

Our board member David Creelman contributed the following guest post.   Over the last 15 years or so, the technology tools available to help organizations recruit and select talent have become increasingly sophisticated and pervasive, making it much easier for employers to avoid making bad hires. In the following post, David raises the troublesome question, who's … Continue reading Whose job is it to help the bad fits?