Tina Hong Wunderlich

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Cate Blanchett on ‘Wellness’ As Total Bull

She’s played a a rock legend, a jilted ex-girlfriend, and an elf, and that was just in 2007, so it’s hard to believe that these days, Cate Blanchett …

Wellness

The New Science of Customer Emotions

When companies connect with customers’ emotions, the payoff can be huge. Consider these examples: After a major bank introduced a credit card for Millennials that was designed to inspire emotional connection, use among the segment increased by 70% and new account growth rose by 40%. Within a year …

eCommerce

Aetna wants to build out Optum-like unit from Humana deal

Medicare Advantage is the obvious prize Aetna has been eyeing in its acquisition of Humana. But Aetna also hopes to create a health services division …

Health Care

What It Takes to Learn to Be a Leader

After a decade of teaching leadership courses at Harvard Business School, Robert Steven Kaplan has fielded the question of whether leadership can be …

Reduce Your Stress in Two Minutes a Day

Bill Rielly had it all: a degree from West Point, an executive position at Microsoft, strong faith, a great family life, and plenty of money. He even got along well with his in-laws! So why did he have so much stress and anxiety that he could barely sleep at night? I have worked with Bill for …

ENGAGE: Humana CMO calls for democratization of healthcare

“Healthcare is going to become democratized,” Dr. Roy Beveridge, senior vice president and CMO of health insurer Humana said Tuesday morning to open …

Health Care Transparency Should Be About Strategy, Not Marketing

Health care organizations need to re-think their concept of strategy to thrive in a marketplace driven by competition on value – how well they improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. That re-thinking begins with clarifying what the organizations are truly trying to accomplish, and for what …

Your Presentation Needs a Punch Line

It was late Saturday night on Chicago’s North Side, and the historic Green Mill jazz club was buzzing with nervous energy. So was I. Pacing on the edge of the tiny stage, I gave my notes one final glance, exterminated the butterflies in my stomach, and stepped into the blinding spotlight. “Welcome …

Measure Your Team’s Intellectual Diversity

Inventive thinking in a team setting is fueled by a blend of talents, skills, and traits that rarely all exist in a single person—such as an ability to see problems through fresh eyes, a knack for understanding a frustrated customer’s complaints, or a flair for turning a creative idea into a …

Medical-College Entrance Exam Gets an Overhaul

New test is longer, covers more subjects and is more interdisciplinary than past versions<p>By<p>Melinda Beck<p>Melinda Beck<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@MelindaBeckWSJ<p>Melinda.Beck@wsj.com<p>The essay section is out and sociology is in, and test-takers will need to be as familiar with psychology terms, such …

College & University

How to Design an Agenda for an Effective Meeting

We’ve all been in meetings where participants are unprepared, people veer off-track, and the topics discussed are a waste of the team’s time. These problems — and others like it — stem from poor agenda design. An effective agenda sets clear expectations for what needs to occur before and during a …

Management

New data-mining tools are helping companies pinpoint which work groups impose the most on others’ time and raising awareness of behaviors such as …

Employment

Employee Health Trumps ROI According to New Workplace Wellness Study

LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Employers are looking beyond ROI when they implement workplace wellness programs according to a study released …

Employee Engagement

How Control Impacts What Consumers Expect from Brands

Consumers aren’t always looking for a “miracle product” to fix their problems — sometimes, they want to work hand-in-hand with a brand to succeed, …

Wharton School

FICO Recalibrates Its Credit Scores

Changes Could Lead to More Bank Lending, Easier Credit for Some Consumers<p>A change in how the most widely used credit score in the U.S. is tallied will likely make it easier for tens of millions of Americans to get loans.<p>Fair Isaac Corp. said Thursday that it will stop including in its FICO …

Personal Finance

Drug given to American Ebola patients is produced in Kentucky using tobacco plants

The drug being credited with potentially saving the lives of two American missionaries infected with the deadly Ebola virus was produced in Owensboro.<p>…

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There's Now An 'Instagram For Doctors'

It could be sending a photo to a doctor who isn't in the hospital at the moment or to a physician's assistant to give them background for a later checkup.<p>"One of the things I do as an ICU doctor is I connect with my colleagues keeping people up to date around the patients we care for together," …

The perfectionism cure - Everyday Bright

Taking Time Off Is Good For Your Body, Your Mind, And Your Business

Earlier this year, researchers reported that the average American employee only takes advantage of half of their earned vacation days, and 61 percent of workers admit to working during their supposed time off. However, science shows that taking a <i>true</i> vacation -- as in, severing all ties with the …

Achievement Addiction

Workaholics May Face Poor Physical And Mental Well-Being, Study Suggests

If you're addicted to checking your email and regularly work through evenings, weekends and vacations, you might be a workaholic -- and your health may be suffering because of it. Recent research has found a link between workaholism and reduced physical and mental well-being.<p>The Kansas State …

What Makes the Best Infographics So Convincing

A great infographic is an instant revelation. It can compress time and space. (<i>Good gosh – Usain Bolt is</i> that <i>much faster than all the other 100-meter gold medalists who’ve ever competed?)</i> It can illuminate patterns in massive amounts of data. <i>(Sure, we’re spending much more on health care and</i> …

NET EFFECTS: The Past, Present, and Future Impact of Our Networks

<b>Introduction</b><p>Throughout my professional life I have been involved with the introduction of new technologies. And though my day job was to chase the …

Innovation

Brilliant Management Advice From LinkedIn's Billionaire Founder

Companies welcome new hires into their "family," with the caveat that they can be fired at any time for any reason.<p>Employees profess loyalty but leave the minute a competitor offers a better job offer.<p>This dishonest relationship, argues LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman, is causing companies to lose …