Jeff Hanson

Posts by Jeff Hanson

Becoming the CEO of our own healthcare

by on August 2, 2018 3:07 pm
During this past week’s class, Milo Werner said, “The vision is that . . . in 2050 everyone will be the CEO of their own healthcare. In order for all 7 billion people to be healthy and have access to healthcare, they are not all going to be able to see a human doctor. In… Read more Becoming the CEO of our own healthcare

Finding a CTO with the right chops

by on July 27, 2018 10:47 am
Over the last few years, I have had multiple friends and colleagues tell me how difficult it is to find capable software and technology architects to run the technical aspects of their businesses. While I have taken their word, Suja Viswesan’s lecture from LinkedIn—along with the other lectures and research I have performed while in this… Read more Finding a CTO with the right chops

AI in the Workplace

by on July 19, 2018 9:45 am
In this week’s lecture, Craig Martel from LinkedIn said that there are several billion inputs used in LinkedIn’s job-matching algorithms. These algorithms can create immense value for both organizations and individuals, as each has a high incentive to find ideal matches. Thinking about the amount of investment placed on recruiting, I wondered if companies are… Read more AI in the Workplace

Is AI > Traditional MGMT Consulting?

by on July 13, 2018 6:04 am
In 2011, the blockbuster movie Moneyball—based off of Michael Lewis’ book, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game—helped the mainstream understand the importance, and ever-increasing use, of analytics for making decisions. While many industries and professions are being disrupted with increased availability and use of advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI), Management Consulting is… Read more Is AI > Traditional MGMT Consulting?

Industries and Jobs Ripe for Disruption

by on July 9, 2018 7:21 am
Technologies disrupt the old and the new. Even those aware of new technologies and competitors are disrupted. This is true for companies, industries, and job fields (or collectively ‘Markets’). In this post, I want to explore a) types of disruption, b) determinants of disruptions, and c) markets primed for future disruption. Types of Disruption There… Read more Industries and Jobs Ripe for Disruption