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Connor Joyce on How Behavioral Science is shaping the core of Product Development (#030)

About Connor Joyce A behavioral science evangelist, Connor Joyce is the co-founder and executive committee member of the Applied Behavioural Sciences Foundation (ABSA). Connor Joyce’s work has spanned physical, mental, social, and purpose wellbeing and is on a mission to help create scalable intervention personalization as the field of behavioral science enters a new era […]

Shyam Shekar on The Founder’s Guide to Finance (#029)

  About Shyam Shekar Shyam Shekar is the Founder and Chief Ideator of iThought Advisory. iThought is a leading financial advisory firm which has strong domain expertise in financial planning, mutual fund research, investment advisory, equity research, equity advisory, and portfolio management. He has been an angel investor incubating start-ups and he believes money must […]

Adrian Gropper on The Intersection of Data, Technology, and Individual Rights (#027)

About Adrian Gropper Adrian Gropper, MD, is the CTO of Patient Privacy Rights, an organization representing 10.3 million patients and is among the foremost open data advocates in the United States. He is a serial entrepreneur in healthcare computing at the intersection of novel device regulation and licensed clinical practice. Decades of strategic work in […]

Prof. Yadati Narahari on Seeking Wisdom in the Theory of Games (#026)

About Prof. Y. Narahari Prof. Yadati Narahari’s research work focuses on game theory, mechanism design, and artificial intelligence techniques to research problems at the intersection of computer science and economics. From 2014 to 2021, he served as Dean of the Division of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Sciences (EECS) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), […]

Annapurni Subramaniam on Reaching for the Stars with Grace and Humility (#025)

About Dr. Annapurni Subramaniam Dr. Annapurni Subramaniam serves as the Director of the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore. Dr. Annapurni finished her schooling from Victoria College, Palakkad, in science. She completed her PhD at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics and her thesis was titled, Studies of star clusters and stellar evolution. She is an active member […]

Neil Hoyne on Managing Relationships in the Age of Data (#024)

About Neil Hoyne Neil serves as the Chief Measurement Strategist at Google. He is also a Senior Fellow at The Wharton School. Most recently, Neil authored a book titled, Converted: The Data-Driven Way to Win Customers’ Hearts. In this book, he offers a simple, research-backed playbook that anyone can use to find their best customers and […]

How to Stop Atrophy of Competency and Experience at Work

Taking a leaf out of Continuing Medical Education(CME) The rate of velocity of change needed in enhancing one’s professional skills due to change in technologies, new improved manufacturing techniques, new management situations like WFH, new distribution & logistics solutions, multichannel sales opportunities, ever changing accounting regulations, emerging new competitive industries hitherto not seen etc. is […]

The ‘Enemy Within Your Company’ Syndrome

Look for ones around you I am not sure if you have faced this syndrome. I have faced this myself wherever I have worked and even when I started my own firm. What I found was people like these – whom I call ‘Enemy within the Company’ – who pass-on their insecurity or doubts to […]

Roger Forsgren on Knowledge Management Lessons from NASA (#023)

About Roger Forsgren Roger Forsgren served as the Chief Knowledge Office (CKO) of NASA from 2013 to 2021. As CKO, he led NASA’s Knowledge Management efforts, ensuring that the agency’s workforce had access to the critical knowledge needed for mission success.  He also served as Director of the NASA Academy of Program/Project & Engineering Leadership, […]

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