Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your weekly roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This week we’ve got healthcare, time machines, uncertain futures, and more.
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Mindfulness in America will be held in New York from October 12 to 13, and Rhonda Magee will be joining Anderson Cooper, Jon Kabat-Zinn, and more among the chosen speakers for the learning-filled summit.
Kimberly Wiefling was featured on the Business Performance Podcast, sharing her thoughts on leadership, team management, and organizational culture,.
The Great Hack is a Netflix feature about Cambridge Analytica showing the dark side of the social web. Dismayed by fallacies he saw in the film, Daniel Coffeen took to his blog to explain the context that the film did not get around to highlighting.
In an article about venture capital opportunity zones on the Commercial Observer, Anne Driscoll was quoted revealing how Launch Pad, the co-working startup she co-founded, is helping promote opportunity zone programs.
Chris Waugh, the Chief Innovation Officer at Sutter Health and Tracy DeLuca’s former podcast co-host, was asked by IDEO about leader creativity and what three qualities leaders most need in an uncertain future.
Dorie Clark, referenced by both Nicole Holland and Ron Carucci, will join ExecConnect 2019 in New York City from October 6 to 8. The conference focuses on next-gen leadership to keep up with the changing needs for workforce diversity and digital transformation.
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