Yesterday, the British people decided to leave the European Union. The campaigns prior to the decision were fierce and deeply emotional. I wouldn’t pretend to know whether the decision made was “right” or “wrong”, “good” or “bad”, and generally believe that binary thinking like that belongs in the realm of emotions, not in rational discourse. “Like”/”Not like”, toward pleasure or… Read more →
I was recently invited to speak on the Future of Healthcare at Brightidea’s Birds of a Feather event. Below the video from that talk.
From the Interview: “Recently, I was blessed with the opportunity to hear Philip speak at a conference I attended on Innovation in Health Care. I was immediately captivated by his presentation, as he told the story of his journey, from an extremely intelligent and energetic child to a constantly soul-searching and highly self-aware teacher of others. His take on innovations… Read more →
What used to seem stable has become increasingly volatile. While we have more data than ever we are more uncertain about the future than ever. In a planetary context, the world has become overwhelmingly complex. Overall, we are less clear about things than ever. So how do you lead in times of Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity? The military coined… Read more →