Another week, another hospital closes. Well, at least one.
It is a crime, a violation of antitrust law, to conspire to allocate a market, thus driving up the price. It is particularly egregious when the conspiracy involves the market for medical care for cancer treatment.
When I was a kid, I had a Gumby. (Did you have one, too?)
There's nothing wrong with the notion of getting a little bit better each day, month or year. That is, if you discount the fact that improving the current structure of your group might keep you from getting where you really could be.
Hiring for skill is not even half the battle for your group – the price of admission.
In reality, the "CEO" never really owned his business. He was simply its caretaker. He just realized it a bit too late.
Recently, I saw an article in The Wall Street Journal about pandemic economics and work-life balance.
There is a crisis. But it's not the one you've heard about. It's time to fix that. It's time to change the conversation. But to do that, you have to change the frame.