If the only constant is change, then adaptation and entrepreneurial activity are required.
As individuals, we deal with aging conditions involving eyeglasses and other assistance from people and devices. Companies have advisors, processes and systems to monitor their present and prepare for the future.
We explore some of these challenges in this edition of ThinkSet, diving into both the near-term future of the corporation and ways to transition, whether the change is global, digital or survival.
Featured ThinkSet issue 2 articles
Is Your Board Prepared?
Renegade CEOs and corporate scandals are putting pressure on boards of directors—singly and as a group—to build stronger relationships and the willingness to step in with authority. Some are being asked for public appearances to speak about the company’s actions. What’s your plan? (Philip Rowley and Bruce Cuthbertson)
Cancer Care Accelerated
Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida, is working to extend its reach through telemedicine and treatment “pathways” that can be delivered to cancer patients closer to their homes. See how this hospital and cancer center is navigating the uncertainties of new therapies and changing insurance coverages while building new revenue models. (Nancy Ayala)
Wellness programs, such as hypnosis, exercise coaching and other preventive approaches, are gaining in popularity and the analytics that prove effectiveness. In some cases, they reduce reliance on expensive medical care, improve overall health and save money for employers.
Also in the issue
Decoding the Messages in CEO Pay - David Lewin
Managing through Uncertainty - Joseph Guinto
GAME OVER: R.I.P. Inc. - Rowan Philp
Media Content, Delivery and Industries Collide - Mark Williams
Process or Content - Katrina Pugh
The Visual - The State of the C-Suite (infographic)