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Oliver Wyman Research on Why Organizations Have Too Few Women in Leadership

We're shedding light on the often invisible factors holding organizations back from advancing more women into leadership roles.

An executive interview with Bruce Broussard on Humana's strategic pillars, partnership decisions, and ongoing resiliency.

President and CEO, Humana

Agility, flexibility, and community outreach helped Elmhurst Hospital Center's staff, once exceeding 500 beds just for COVID-positive patients alone, cope with a crisis.

General Manager of Food and Nutrition Services, Sodexo Healthcare

Nadja West joins our podcast to discuss her experience leading soldiers through a health crisis with trust and empathy.

US Army Lieutenant General (Retired)
Partner, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

One day, we'll look back at what we once thought was innovative and laugh.

President and CEO, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health

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Five workstreams to help leaders adopt a new organizational approach.

Partner, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman
Partner, Head Leadership and Organizational Performance, Mercer

A Transformation Agenda

Don't ask patients, "What's the matter with you?" Ask patients, "What matters to you?"

Chief Transformation Officer, SSM Health
Chairman and CEO, Navvis
Principal, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Thanks to AI, organizations’ quarterly endeavors have now become daily tasks.

Former President, Global Credit Risk and Information Management, American Express
Former CEO, Health Evolution
Partner, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Executives must create the future, boldly. How? Just channel your inner Einstein.

Senior Partner, Innovation, Lippincott

Interview with BlueCare Tennessee's Amber Cambron

This holistic, collaborative approach for a diverse population considers patients like extended family.

President & CEO, BlueCare Tennessee

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