Category Archives: CME

Why do some leaders succeed during times of uncertainty and others do not?

10xers are companies whose performance beat their industry indexes by a minimum of ten times over fifteen years Successful leaders are not… We all have a vision about successful leaders and the characteristics that should or should not define them. … Continue reading

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Are Oncologists More Open Minded Than Cardiologists?

How open minded are we as physicians and scientists?  With the rapid change and improvement in cancer knowledge and treatment do oncologists see the world differently than other specialists? Last week at the American Heart Association annual meeting, a study … Continue reading

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The Power of Habit

Habits We are all creatures of habit and habits drive our behavior. Cravings are what drives habits. And figuring out how to spark a craving makes creating a new habit easier. It’s as true now as it was almost a … Continue reading

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Good to Great

The Right People The ability to attract and retain the right people is the key to a company’s success: Those who build great companies understand that the ultimate throttle on growth for any great company is not markets, or technology, … Continue reading

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A Sign of the Times: ASCO’s Relationship with the Pharmaceutical Industry

In my 25 years as an ASCO member I have watched the relationship between ASCO and the pharmaceutical industry evolve from almost incestuous to almost antagonistic.  Attending the 2012 Annual Meeting I am reminded how important industry is to ASCO, … Continue reading

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Good to Great

Leadership The type of leadership required for turning a good company into a great company is not what you think: We were surprised [author and support staff], shocked really, to discover the type of leadership required for turning a good … Continue reading

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Brain Rules

Multitasking When it comes to paying attention, multitasking is a myth: Multitasking, when it comes to paying attention, is a myth. The brain naturally focuses on concepts sequentially, one at a time. At first that might sound confusing; at one … Continue reading

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