Insights from Kenneth Kaufman

human faces
human faces

Pandemics, Health Care, and a Responsibility to Society

The path forward through the pandemic will be the byproduct of shared national commitment and sacrifice, not through a “me first”/personal freedom approach. It requires a stress on values and a recognition that indeed, there is something larger and more important than one’s self.
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Retro photo of Macy's day parade in New York
Retro photo of Macy's day parade in New York

The Old Strategy Is So Old

With the movement of the internet economy, it’s not just physical versus digital, not just store vs. online; it’s actually more complicated than that. Read more.
Thoughts from Ken Kaufman
Hourglass
Hourglass

Organizing Principles of the Internet Economy

Every day, as we scroll through our news feeds, we are confronted with headlines that paint a picture of what can appear to be business anarchy. Read more about the 5 organizing principles of the internet economy.
Thoughts from Ken Kaufman
Illustration of gear icon with medical symbol in the center
Illustration of gear icon with medical symbol in the center

The Attack on Hospital Consolidation

There was an attempt in a recent report to discredit consolidation in the hospital sector. The reality is it's impossible to determine from this opaque subset of hospital mergers that hospital consolidation as a whole is a good or a bad idea. Read more.
Thoughts from Ken Kaufman
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Unlikely Leaders

There is an old saying in sports: “We’re looking for character, not characters.” What does this mean for your organization? Read more Thoughts from Ken.
Thoughts from Ken Kaufman