Kevin McManus

Performance by Kevin McManus

Learning from left field 
We need to have fun in life, but we also need to keep learning. The pace of change in today’s world, across so many realms, is simply too great to allow ourselves to rest on the educational laurels our formal and work-based education provides.

Paul Engle

Management by Paul Engle

Career planning and development 
The career planning office at a wellknown business school provides another insight. Its approach, based on work by Timothy Butler, Ph.D., involves asking penetrating questions in four areas: identity, community, necessity and horizon. Answering these gives an individual insight into their real strengths, interests, goals and aspirations. This leads to strategy development to achieve success.

Tarun Mohan Lal

Health Systems by Tarun Mohan Lal

Patient experience: Time for a transformation 
Most industries other than healthcare compete for business and market share by perfecting the experience they provide to customers, balancing it with low, transparent costs and high quality. Why has healthcare lagged in having a laser focus on consumers? Can this continue?

Jim Tompkins

Supply Chain by Jim Tompkins

Optimal isn’t what it used to be 
Should we be thinking about optimality or should we be more focused on optionality? Or simply: Digital reinvention + rapid disruption -> distortion -> volatility and uncertainty = optimality or optionality? Well, maybe simple, but do you get it? This is at the core of the future of ISE, at the core of how companies make decisions and plan for the future. Let me take this to the next level.

Caitlin Kenney

Member Forum by Caitlin Kenney

Enhance your career with a PE
I realized that to be successful in my selected career path, I needed to prove my value and worth as an ISE in a non- ISE field. That’s when I discovered the value of professional licensure.