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Tonight, join an Observer as we discuss the extortion known as the kosher tax, avoiding kosher products, and why the jew's forcing of their inane laws upon we mere "goyim" is an act of domination over us...as is circumcision.
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On a special edition of this week in health innovation we continue our countdown to the PHA (Population Health Alliance) Forum 2014. Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 12 Noon ET/ 9AM PT our special guest is Rain Henderson of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative.
More about Rain:
Rain Henderson is the chief executive officer of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) at the Clinton Foundation. Rain previously served as deputy director of CHMI since the initiative launched in November 2012. In her current role, Rain is responsible for driving CHMI’s strategic vision and fostering partnerships across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to advance the mission of improving the health and well-being of all people in the United States. Previously serving as the senior vice president of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a non-profit organization founded by the American Heart Association and Clinton Foundation, Rain was instrumental in helping to build the organization from a blueprint to an award-winning non-profit with a presence in 50 states and a positive impact on the lives of over six million children. Rain holds a M.P.A. from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and a B.A. in International Relations from Syracuse University.
Join PHA Executive Director Fred Goldstein and me to learn more about the Clinton Health Matters Initiative and for a preview of her keynote at the PHA Forum.
Event details are here and a complete agenda is here. Join the PHA Forum in Scottsdale, Arizona December 10th-12th 2014 for the best in class population health management conference of the year.
When was the last time someone asked you: What kind of super power do you have? What super power would you like to have? One super power that you could probably use is information reduction and distillation. Storytelling is key to both. Scott Williams, the Founder and CEO of Maga Design, Inc was inspired to build his company because of his love for comic books. Understanding that good design can navigate complexity, drive innovation, and inspire people to act, he has taken communication to the next level by infusing storytelling into his core business execution. This interview will focus on how visualization and storytelling can co-create a successful business innovation strategy. Thanks for tuning in!
On Wednesday September 17th 2014 at 3PM Pacfic/6PM Eastern we feature the second installment in our series featuring the Health 2.0 Fall Conference.
This is the 8th Annual gathering in the Bay Area for arguably the 'grand daddy' of them all in terms of innovation showcasing of health and healthcare entrepreneurs, startups, mezzanine level or mature company 'intra-preneuring'.
Join is for a preview of what's in store for the conference from co-founders Matthew Holt (President) and Indu Subaiya (CEO).
Social innovations are new strategies, concepts, ideas and organizations that meet social needs of all kinds. Today startups are adding social components to their business models in an effort to meet the growing social needs in education, health and community development. But, what are some of the pitfalls and what are investors doing to help meet the growing capital needs social entrepreneurs have today? Can social innovation work in a capitalist society? Kate Knight, Executive Director of The GroundFloor chats with host, Cynthia Nevels, about first mentor-driven social innovation fund and their effort to connect social innovation and entrepreneurship. Tune in August 19, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. CDT on Disrupt Radio to learn more. Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for exclusive inside stories covering business, technology and crowdfunding.
We resume our broadcast series of this week in health innovation with a kick-off preview of the upcoming Health 2.0 Silicon Valley on Tuesday, September 9th 2014 at 12 Noon Pacific/3 PM Eastern time.
Joining Dr. Phil Marshall and me are two thought leaders who consistently model best practices in sourcing, vetting and featuring innovation in the healthcare, and health and wellness space. Yes, we'll hear from Heath 2.0 co-founder & President Matthew Holt and his co-founder partner and CEO indu Subaiya. You can follow both on Twitter via @boltyboy and @bluetopaz respectively.
For the complete lineup of Health 2.0 Silicon Valley see: Health 2.0 Fall Conference 2014
Follow the conference tweets via the hashtag #health2con.
Join us for an informative and fun chat!
On a special broadcast Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 at 12 Noon Eastern and 9AM Pacific we're launching the 'Countdown to the Population Health Alliance PHA Forum 2014' series.
The PHA Forum is an annual 'go to' industry standard for the entire ecosystem of population health management stakeholders including innovators in accountable care, care management and the general pursuit of the triple aim - better care, improved outcomes and lower per capita cost. This dynamic community gathers in Scottsdale, Arizona from December 10th - 12th.
On the first in a series of pre-conference broadcasts we'll hear from Executive Director Fred Goldstein and former and current PHA Forum judge @efuturist Douglas Goldstein who will supply an overview of what's in store from keynotes lineup, faculty, and various institutes and events for employers, advocacy, healthcare executives, and international participants.
A detailed agenda for the PHA Forum 2014 is available here. For more information, or to register click here.
[itvt] is pleased to present a video recording of the TVOT 2014 session, "Live Sports: Justifying the Investment in Innovation." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:
"This session will explore new technologies and platforms that are transforming live sports coverage into an interactive, social and multiplatform experience; and--at a time when sports broadcast rights are becoming increasingly expensive--will also attempt to determine the ROI of these innovations: are they succeeding in attracting new viewers, increasing audience engagement, and opening up new opportunities for monetization?
• Mike Folgner, CEO, SnappyTV
• Chris Kuhrt, ITV Product Manager, DISH Network
• Christy Martin, Chief Technical Advisor, ThinkAnalytics
• Robert Pace, Chief Business Officer, OneTwoSee
• Tomas Robertsson, Commercial Director, deltatre USA
• Peter Scott, VP of Emerging Media, Turner Sports (Moderator)
Note: Super-early-bird tickets for [itvt]'s next TV of Tomorrow Show event, TVOT NYC 2014 (December 9th in New York City) can be purchased here.
Learn about an innovation connection that you can plug into from first thought of an idea, to bring you all the way through to implementation & income, in my interview with Zion Bar-El, CEO & Chief Visionary of Ideation, Inc. (Full disclosure: in partnership with Idea Success Network.)
Highlands, NC – The most important job any leader has is to foster a culture of creativity and innovation within the organization. Most corporate team leaders and entrepreneurs think that championing idea generation and brainstorming is all there is to developing an environment conducive to innovation.
That is only the beginning.
Susie deVille is the founder and CEO of the Innovation and Creativity Institute, a consulting practice dedicated to teaching corporate executives and entrepreneurs how to promote cultures of innovation that spark creativity and consistently create value.
“Most business owners are trying to reverse engineer innovation and creativity while struggling with how to lead their teams as well as their own lives,” says Susie. “You can’t begin to understand innovation and creativity until you bring in the idea of leadership of self and leadership of others.”
As an expert in entrepreneurship and anthropology, Susie has nine years of consulting experience helping clients develop innovative products, services and business models. In her seminars and workshops, people learn to lead in a way that generates creativity from everyone on their teams – including themselves.
The author of the forthcoming book Innovation is Free, Susie says the key to meaningful innovation is to take a playful approach that looks at problems with fresh eyes
“If you show me a playful organization, where failure considered an absolutely necessary part of the process, I’ll show you a creative and innovative organization," says Susie. "Creativity is within the grasp of every person, and it’s not so difficult for people to reconnect to it once they are shown how to do so.”
Date: Wednesday, October 1, 2014 - 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDT
Rebecca Salon, Project Director - LEAD Center
Elizabeth Jennings, Assistant Project Director - LEAD Center
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, this episode focuses on the Workforce Innovation and Employment Opportunity Act (WIOA). WIOA is designed to modernize and improve existing federal workforce development programs. Dr. Rebecca Salon and Elizabeth Jennings of the National Disability Institute’s LEAD Center will discuss the changes created by WIOA and the opportunities it presents for individuals with disabilities.
The LEAD Center - known formally as the National Center on Leadership for the Employment and Economic Advancement of People with Disabilities—is a collaborative of disability, workforce and economic empowerment agencies. A project of the National Disability Institute with funding from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy, the LEAD Center has a single mission:
Advancing sustainable individual and systems level change to improve competitive, integrated employment and economic self-sufficiency for all people across the spectrum of disability.
The National Disability Institute is the first national nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to building a better economic future for people with disabilities. To contact the LEAD Center, go to www.leadcenter.org.