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One of my good friends manages the marketing strategy for British Columbia Rowing, an NGO here on the West Coast. For the past couple months (ever since he got around to reading some of my stuff and came to realize I may actually know what I’m talking about), he’s been asking me for advice on a pretty frequent basis.[…] Continue Reading »

Ed Marx is the senior vice president and chief information officer at Texas Health Resources in Arlington, Texas. His career in the health care industry spans 24 years, 16 of which have been spent as CIO. Prior to joining Texas Health in 2007, Marx was CIO of University Hospitals Health System of Cleveland. He previously served in a variety of IT leadership roles with health care organizations such as HCA (Tennessee), Parkview Episcopal Medical Center (Colorado) and Poudre Valley Health System (Colorado).[…] Continue Reading »

Amy Webb is CEO and founder of the digital strategy agency Webbmedia Group, a co-founder of 501(c)(3) Spark Camp, a lecturer at Columbia University Sulzberger Program and a board member and adviser to various organizations. She also wrote the memoir “Data, A Love Story,” published this year. I recently asked her about being an entrepreneur and about her various endeavors.[…] Continue Reading »

More than ever, modern leaders of small businesses, large corporations and nonprofits must manage multiple departments and sustain working relationships within organizations more efficiently. Leading an engaging, technological and profitable business model requires constant challenge and improvement at all levels.

Most successful large and middle-market company CEOs prefer to be challenged. They actually seek out and pay well for harsh analytical truths.[…] Continue Reading »

Sometimes I worry that we’re forgetting something really important. Amid all the rancor of social media, 5-minute celebrities, and Dennis Rodman becoming an elder American statesman, we must not forget that we are living smack dab at the beginning of an enormously important and consequential time in human history — the Internet Age.

And you’re at the beginning of it.[…] Continue Reading »