Why This Country (Not The USA) Will Be First To Adopt Driverless Cars

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Two Silicon Valley executives have a friendly bet on when a commercially available autonomous car will transport them within Las Vegas, with no intervention from a human driver. The more bullish one has placed his bet on May 27, 2024.

A driverless future will happen sooner than 2024, and it won’t happen first in the US, Europe or Japan.

It will happen first in [read the article, published in Forbes, HERE]

Increasing your Empathy

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I just finished facilitating the Design Thinking Preview for Stanford Exec Education.

If you missed the final Live Session (Intro to Design Thinking), you can watch the recording HERE.

My coaching and the session covered topics including: How to Ask Better Questions, Crafting a strong POV (Point of View), What to look for in your User’s Journey…

Great to collaborate with Stanford LEAD and Prof Zenios once again.

What Beijing United’s 20 years in business tells us about a Changing China

In 1994, I started my career setting up an ambitious, western-standard hospital in Beijing. In 1997 we opened that hospital – and now 20 years later had the privilege of speaking with Roberta Lipson, my former boss and CEO of United Family Healthcare, to discuss her reflections on being a healthcare pioneer in China.

“I knew at the time there was a very meaningful opportunity to model a new approach to healthcare for China…” [click here to read more here, article published by the China Research Center]