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Healthcare Inclusion Leadership

Bernard J. Tyson: Remembering a Pioneering Techonomist

Tyson was chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, one of America’s largest healthcare companies. He was also deeply committed to the idea that business and tech have a responsibility to drive social progress. On Nov. 10, he suddenly died.   More

Leadership

Here’s Who Will Be at Techonomy’s Next Retreat

Including Sir Martin Sorrell, Marissa Mayer, Wikimedia's Katherine Maher, Tim O'Reilly, Jeff Weiner, John Chambers, Tristan Harris, Craig Newmark, Denmark's Casper Klynge, Chip Conley, social entrepreneurs Jasmine Crowe & Esther Dyson, journalists Casey Newton & Andrew Keen, GE's Linda Boff, Andy Kessler, Marta Tellado, Nishith Desai & Renee James. And plenty more who won't fit here.   More

Community Insights Innovation Leadership

The Keys to Managing Business Inflection Points

In an excerpt from her new book, the Columbia University Business School professor shares key, actionable insights on how executives can successfully navigate disruption and change.   More

Innovation Leadership

3 Transformation Lessons from a Chief Digital Officer

Our author explains why a successful digital strategy is about transforming the business’ core, at scale, and so much more.   More

Leadership

The Return of John Chambers (Who Loves Insect Meat)

John Chambers, an industry great, has joined us two years running, and returns to Techonomy this fall. He's an insect meat investor, a proponent of tech in France and India, and he worries about long term U.S. tech competitiveness.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Inclusion Leadership

Noticing More Women in STEM? Here’s One Reason Why.

This strategy is boosting representation of women in science, tech, engineering and math—and could inspire young girls to enter the field.   More

Business Community Insights Leadership

How to Manage Power at the Top

Learning to use power for good is a noble, delicate endeavor – one of the most inspiring journeys we can take as humans. Here are a few things to consider.   More