Leading teams with complicated hierarchies of power demands both curiosity and humility.
Amy Edmondson, interviewed by Frieda Klotz
Health care companies are using digital tools to put doctors’ focus back on patients.
Chris Cotteleer (Schumacher Clinical Partners), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
For CarMax, digital business isn’t about the tech — it’s about the teams.
Shamim Mohammad (CarMax Inc.), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane and Anh Nguyen Phillips
In response to demographic and technology changes, MetLife centers its business model on digital.
Marty Lippert (MetLife Inc.), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
University of Chicago’s Berkeley Dietvorst explains why we can’t let go of human judgment — to our own detriment.
Berkeley J. Dietvorst, interviewed by Paul Michelman
Fuse pairs engineers and scientists with providers and patients to improve health care.
Brent Stutz (Fuse by Cardinal Health), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
Moving to a digital business model altered Marriott’s culture in unexpected ways.
George Corbin (Marriott International), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
There’s probably never been a better time for platform businesses. But they aren’t easy to launch.
Richard Schmalensee and David S. Evans, interviewed by Martha E. Mangelsdorf
When a group of industry leaders work together to find new solutions and products, who’s in charge?