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Readings And Such To Consider

May 15th, 2017 | No comments

Books and Articles worth a Review…  First, this is not a reading.  Rather, In the relatively short time he’s served as our Pontiff, Pope Francis has had a fairly significant impact on the thinking in the world.  He’s clearly moving to shift the Catholic Church in new, less conservative directions.  It is within that context […]

Random Readings, Vol. 3, Issue 22

January 27th, 2015 | No comments

Periodicals, articles, books and other miscellaneous readings from Kevin’s basket to yours…  Random Read #1 – There is an evolving debate on whether or not the USA is as competitive as it needs to be in order to sustain the economy.  The question that’s raised is whether innovation and entrepreneurship are waning, which was suggested in a set […]

Random Readings, Vol. 3, Issue 20

January 27th, 2015 | No comments

Periodicals, articles, books and other miscellaneous readings from Kevin’s basket to yours… Functional Medicine – In case you have not heard about the efforts of The Cleveland Clinic, I urge you to read this article about Mark Hyman, MD to create a Department of Functional Medicine.  The basic idea is to explore and deploy innovative ideas that will […]

Random Readings, Vol. 3, Issue 20

January 27th, 2015 | No comments

Periodicals, articles, books and other miscellaneous readings from Kevin’s basket to yours… Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve had any number of interesting reads from various sources. Two articles that caught my attention; however, are on very different topics. The first relates to the healthcare leadership of nine USA Presidents as it relates to healthcare policy […]

Random Readings, Vol. 3, Issue 19

January 27th, 2015 | No comments

Periodicals, articles, books and other miscellaneous readings from Kevin’s basket to yours… I just picked up The Fall of The Alphas [St. Martin’s Press – New York] by Dana Ardi, a leader in the human capital movement and coach of leader wannabes. She describes the demise of the top-down, male-dominated, authoritarian, corner-office hierarchy of management which is […]

Random Readings, Vol. 3, Issue 18

January 27th, 2015 | No comments

Periodicals, articles, books and other miscellaneous readings from Kevin’s basket to yours… Erick Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee – two MIT professors – recently published their new book, The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies; which if you’re a technophile or not deserves a read. They provide an overview of the […]